Interesting news came from the OnePlus office. Carl Pei, the co-founder of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer, is leaving his post to set up a new venture. At the moment, any information is nothing more than rumors, but they were indirectly confirmed several times by Pei himself.
We will be able to find out exactly about this very soon. They say that Pei will officially announce this immediately after the presentation of OnePlus 8T.
Carl Pei is a well-known personality in the mobile industry. He has worked with Pete Lau for the past eight years, developing OnePlus smartphones. Most likely, even after leaving, Carl will be closely associated with this brand. Because it was thanks to it that he gained his fame.
Of course, in the eyes of the average buyer, OnePlus is not such a famous smartphone company, but their fans value this brand for innovation in software development, and many, until recently, considers OnePlus as the best Chinese smartphone company.
Some sources say Pei left the company a few weeks ago. Perhaps, at the upcoming presentation, we will no longer see a familiar face.
Many fans know Pei as an open person. In his social networks and in many reviews, he calmly talks about all the production stages of OnePlus, gives out various secrets that representatives of other companies are usually afraid to talk about.
OnePlus Nord N10 and Nord N100 coming later this month
October promises to be a busy month for the premiere of OnePlus smartphones. The flagship OnePlus 8T will be the first to enter the scene and it will happen on October 14; and towards the end of October, the company intends to present more affordable models that can be part of the mid-range segment. New devices will be part of the young and daring OnePlus Nord line.
We are talking about the OnePlus Nord N10 and Nord N100 models, where the first of the debutants was created with a focus on the US market. As a reminder, the OnePlus Nord N10 will offer a Snapdragon 690 chip, a 6.49-inch FullHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 6/128 GB of storage. The main camera will be a quadruple-camera with 64 MP + 8 MP + 2 MP + 2 MP sensors. It will be the first smartphone from the manufacturer with a 64-megapixel module.
The second device will be the Nord N100, and the reason for such a strange naming is not reported. It will almost certainly be an affordable model; and, perhaps, this is the OnePlus smartphone that was rumored as a device with a Snapdragon 460 processor. But this is just an assumption and at the moment the company has not announced its plans to release new products.