August 9, 2022
OnePlus Nord N20 SE with Dual Rear Cameras, 5,000mAh Launched: Price, Specifications


OnePlus Nord N20 SE has been launched in China and has been listed for sale on AliExpress. OnePlus smartphone will run on Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1. The Nord N20 SE has a dual rear camera setup, dual speakers and a 6.56-inch display. The handset comes with a 5,000mAh battery and supports 33W SuperVOOC fast charging. The sale of the smartphone will start in China from August 8. Earlier, the OnePlus Nord N20 SE was also reportedly spotted on the TDRA certification website with the model number CPH2469.

oneplus nord n20 se price

The OnePlus Nord N20 SE has been priced at $199 (approximately Rs 15,800) and will go on sale in China on August 8 at 12:30PM PT (12:30PM IST). The handset comes in two color options – Blue Oasis and Celestial Black, and is currently listed on AliExpress.

OnePlus Nord N20 SE Specifications

OnePlus’ Nord N20 SE will run on Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1. The handset will have a 6.56-inch display. The OnePlus smartphone will also come with a 2D slim body.

For optics, the OnePlus Nord N20 SE will feature a dual rear camera setup consisting of a 50-megapixel AI camera and a 2-megapixel camera sensor. The smartphone will also feature dual speakers and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

The OnePlus Nord N20 SE will pack a 5,000mAh battery with 33W SuperVooc charging support. The Chinese company claims that the handset will be able to charge 50 percent battery in about 30 minutes.

To recall, the OnePlus Nord N20 SE was reportedly spotted on the TDRA certification website in June with model number CPH2469. The report claimed that it could be a rebranded version of the Oppo A57 4G that was launched in Thailand.


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