OnePlus Nord N30 5G listed on Google Play Console ahead of US release
OnePlus made the Nord CE 3 Lite official earlier this month, and in the meantime, we’ve heard it’s launching in the US under a different name: Nord N30. Now that seems to be pretty much confirmed, as a Nord N30 5G with one of the model numbers associated with the Nord CE 3 Lite has just been listed by the Google Play Console.
This strongly suggests a US launch, and the name is confirmed. Additionally, the listing reveals that the Nord N30 will be powered by the Snapdragon 695 SoC, and guess what – the Nord CE 3 Lite has the same chip! Not only that, but the same amount of RAM (8GB) is also involved, and the screen resolution (1080×2400) is identical. What are the chances?
The Nord N30 runs Android 13, as does the Nord CE 3 Lite. If we assume the two are 100% identical, expect the Nord N30 to feature a 6.72-inch 120Hz LCD touchscreen, 128 or 256GB expandable storage, 108MP main rear camera flanked by a 2 MP macro camera and a 2 MP camera. depth sensor, a 16MP selfie snapper, and a 5,000mAh battery with 67W charging support.
Now that it’s listed in the Google Play Console, the launch of the Nord N30 is certainly not far away. If you’re intrigued, then be sure to take our Nord CE 3 Lite hands-on review while you wait for its US-bound twin to be announced.
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