OnePlus Nord N20 5G is the latest mid-range phone in the company’s portfolio. Unveiled on April 19, the phone brings generational improvements over the Nord N10 5G, even though the phone has arrived over one and a half years after its predecessor’s launch. The N20 5G will be exclusive to T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile in the US for its initial run. Wider availability is expected later this summer.

OnePlus Nord N20 price

The Nord N20 will retail at $282. But T-Mobile will offer monthly payment plans starting at $11.75. You can also get it for free when you add a line (via 24 months of bill credits). Sales kick off April 28 via T-Mobile website and T-Mobile stores.

At this price tag, the OnePlus Nord N20 5G will take on Samsung A-series phones, budget Motorola handsets, and TCL devices.

Nord N20 5G Specifications

The N20 5G features a 6.43-inch full-HD+ OLED screen, which is an improvement over the LCD panel of the N10. However, the phone is stuck with a 60Hz refresh rate, down from 90Hz of the N10. In terms of the processor, there is Qualcomm Snapdragon 695, which is a mid-range SoC that debuted in Q4 2021.

There is an in-display fingerprint sensor, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of onboard storage, among other specifications. You will also get a 4,500mAh battery that supports 33W fast wired charging.

In addition, the phone packs three cameras on the back, including a 64MP primary shooter and a 2MP macro camera. Finally, for your selfie needs, there is a 16MP front shooter.

Software is the biggest disappointment on the Nord N20 5G as it runs on Android 11-based OxygenOS 11. There is no word on when Android 12 may arrive, but with Android 13 around the corner, it’s frustrating to see the company launch a phone with dated software.

What are your thoughts on the OnePlus Nord N20 5G? Let me know in the comments section. Meanwhile, check out my latest buying guides on the best power banks, the best USB flash drives, and the best MiFi devices in the US.

Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav Shukla is a journalist with over 12 years of experience covering the consumer technology space. He started his career with a self-published Android blog and has since worked with Microsoft's,...

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