The OnePlus Nord Review – An Affordable Android Phone With Potential
The Opposable OnePlus Nord ( Launch price: $400/ Rath) made its official debut on July 21 through an exclusive online launch event. The phone officially began sales in India on August 4. It was made available in several other markets including, Europe, the Middle East, and North America starting on August 7. The Opposable features a 5.5 inch screen with Corning Gorilla glass, an eight mega-apixel camera, and other features not mentioned.
The front of the Opposable lacks a oneplus nord fingerprint scanner and has a main camera on the back instead. On the back of the unit you’ll find a secondary camera, a USB Type C port, a volume control dial, and the standard earpiece jack. The Opposable also has some interesting features, including a new feature called Moment Hand, which is a side-mounted notification center. Other features include a dedicated VOIP dock port for charging, a large LCD display, and Dual SIM cards for Dual Mobile use.
The body of the Opposable is composed of a few different materials. There’s the standard black metal frame that gives the device a solid, professional feel. There’s also an attractive gold ring that covers up one of the rear cameras, allowing for more visibility. A stainless steel trim along the sides also adds to the clean, professional design. The two main cameras have dual image sensors, a front-facing laser auto focus, as well as dual microphones.
The OxygenOS 3.2 mobile operating system will run on the Mediatek MTK kernel that was formerly used by Nokia. The moment the device boots up, you’ll discover that it boots up quickly, has a very nice interface, and doesn’t use much processing power. The OxygenOS features an intuitive user interface, which means that you can get right to work with out fiddling around with menus and interfaces. The device has a full suite of office-like applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and InDesign templates. The device also features a number of customizable features, like a photo gallery, a music player, a calculator, and address book.
The biggest drawback of the Opposable smartphone is its battery life. It lasts for just over ten hours on the single charge, even though the phone has two main batteries in it. The lack of a big battery life makes the device quite slow to start up, but when you do get going, you’ll find that OxygenOS gives you excellent battery life. The camera is also capable of giving you a decent amount of pictures, although it is susceptible to having problems with low light or motion.
Overall, the OxygenOS 3.5 smartphone is great for people who want a solid combination of value and high performance. At just over $150 for the unlocked phone, the device definitely has everything that most people would be looking for in a smartphone – a powerful processor, a large display, great cameras, excellent battery life, and an interface that is easy to use and navigate. The realme x50 series of phones by Oppo is another great choice if you are interested in buying a smartphone in the near future.