OnePlus Nord N10 5G, 6GB + 128GB, NFC, B28 US$284.90 (A$367.89) Shipped @ OnePlus Official Store AliExpress

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OPN26910

Specs:

  • Snapdragon 690
  • GPU Adreno 619L
  • 6GB RAM 128GB ROM
  • Oxygen OS based on Android 10
  • 6.49" Screen, 90Hz Refresh Rate, FHD+ 2400×1080 pixels, 405ppi
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3
  • MicroSD slot
  • Battery 4300 mAh - Fast charging 30W
  • Dual SIM Dual Standby (Nano SIM + Nano SIM)
  • NFC
  • Main Camera: Quad Cameras 64 MP, f/1.8, (wide), 1/1.72", 0.8µm, PDAF 8 MP, f/2.3, 119˚ (ultrawide) 2 MP, f/2.4, (depth) 2 MP, f/2.4, (macro)
  • Selfie Camera: 16 MP, f/2.1
  • 3.5mm Jack
  • 4G Bands LTE-FDD: B1,2,3,4,5,7,8,12,17,20,28,66 LTE-TDD: B38,39,40,41
  • 5G bands n1,3,7,28,41,66,78

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Comments

  • I got one during singles day offer. Its a good phone, however it took slightly more than a month to deliver.

  • the body looks quite similar to Oppo A52

  • Is it a model with only 2 years of updates?

  • Bought one, thanks OP

  • I believe the N10 is on the budget side of thing?

  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3…….
    Isn't that like 6 years old
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    • Yes, most of the other specs are decent though.

      I guess if you use a screen protector it will be fine. Gorilla glass 3 is no slouch. Does seem a bit odd they haven't used a better glass.

  • Thanks OP

    waiting on 8T global version deal

  • im surprised not one's commented yet about "muh choinese bad" products.

  • Hmm. Thought this was the good Nord. Seems like it's the shit one.

  • Any reason to pick this over a nearly $100 cheaper Poco X3 nfc? Getting a better processor, better glass, bigger screen, higher refresh rate, and did I mention cheaper

      • How many people looking at the budget end of phones can afford a 5G plan?

      • At the moment it's only Optus, Spintel, and Telstra that have 5G coverage in Sydney, and there's lots of gaps in that coverage, especially on the Optus network. Vodafone's 5G coverage is so small as to be basically irrelevant. None of the MNVO's seem to have it (apart from spintel) - so even if you have a Telstra network carrier like Boost/Woolies mobile/Belong, you will not get 5G - so very limited carrier support and coverage. And in the phones themselves, the modems are likely not power efficient yet (it certainly took a while to get more power efficient 4G modems, and GPS receivers, and they all got better and faster over time), so it's exceedingly likely the same process will play out in 5G - and personally I see far more value in decent battery life than in faster downloads. And I don't know who these people are that absolutely positively need to download an entire HD movie in 1.6 seconds on their phone, but at the moment 4G seems good enough for the apps we have - now don't get me wrong, I'm sure there will be good uses of those download speeds at some point, but they don't exist yet (at least for my usage patterns). Basically it's an immature technology with limited application and very limited real world support. Yet in exchange for 5G support, phone makers delusionally want to charge a significant premium - tell 'em they're dreaming, son! I'm sure in the future 5G will be great, in the same way that 4G became great when all carriers offered it, and there was good coverage, and the phone hardware was a bit more mature, and there were apps could use the extra bandwidth in a way that users valued (instagram, snapchat, tik tok, FaceTime, zoom, netflix, and so forth). But for the time being, I'm perfectly happy to use a 4G only phone for 2 or 3 years more until these issues are resolved, and at the current time I wouldn't even pay $1 more to add 5G support as none of the carriers I use support it.

  • For me in Sydney inner west which is already covered by Vodafone 5G installed area, I cannot wait to see a bargain of 5G compatible mobile so that even with Vodafone prepaid sim, it can be used to get 5G service - according to the service information page.