OnePlus Nord 3 Leaked Renders Confirm Design in All Glory

OnePlus Nord

After a long waiting, the OnePlus Nord 3 seems to be finally coming. It was expected for the last year, but instead, OnePlus came with a OnePlus Nord 2T variant. Now, that the OnePlus Nord 2 is about to complete its second anniversary, OnePlus seems to be ready to unveil the OnePlus Nord 3. The device had been a target of leaks in the past few weeks, now we have more renders, courtesy of that confirm the design of this cost-effective flagship in all glory. As rumored, the OnePlus Nord 3 will arrive as a rebadged OnePlus Ace 2V.

OnePlus Nord 3 design confirmed yet again

OnePlus Nord 3

The OnePlus Nord 3 renders reveal two distinct hues. We have the traditional Blue/Green hue and a classic Dark Gray color option. These are recurring colors in the OnePlus Nord series and are making a comeback with the Nord 3. Since this device is out of the “flagship” class, we don’t expect additional colors to appear. However, we won’t discard the launch of a special version in the future. The design of the phone is in line with the OnePlus Ace 2V which launched in China a few months ago.

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Alleged specifications

OnePlus Nord 3

The OnePlus Ace 2V is a variant with the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC. While the original OnePlus Ace 2 reached the global market as OnePlus 11R, the Ace 2V is yet exclusive to China. That will change soon as the phone will now launch with a OnePlus Nord 3 makeover.

Under the hood, we will have the aforementioned chipset with up to 16 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. If the phone is just a conventional rebranding, we are going to see the same 6.74-inch AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 2,772 x 1,240 pixels of resolution. It should bring a triple-camera system with a 64 MP main camera, 8 MP ultrawide, and 2 MP macro snapper. The device will run Android 13 OS with OxygenOS 13 straight out of the box.

The Nord 3 will reach markets like India and Europe. However, it should be out of Germany due to a local patent dispute between Oppo (OnePlus’s parent company) and Nokia.

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