OnePlus Nord launched with 6 cameras at Rs 24,999, to be available on August 4

NEW DELHI: Chinese smartphone manufactureramazes the world with a one-of-its-kind AR launch, and the gadget in the limelight is the OnePlus.

If you missed out on getting the exclusive invite to the AR smartphone launch, the smartphone-maker partnered with a YouTube influencer, Unbox Therapy, for live streaming the entire event online.

The event began with OnePlus co-founder Carl Pie on a floating podium. ‘Any great phone has to come with a great camera, smooth performance and good quality. Nord makes sure all the criteria is met,’ he said.

Here’s what Pretty Much Everything You Could Ask for, looks like#OnePlusNord will be available starting from ₹24,…

— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN)

Starting at Rs 24,999, the much-awaited smartphone will be available for purchase on August 4. Customers can buy the device on Amazon and Oneplus.in. Nord will come in three storage variants – 6GB + 64GB (Rs 24,999), 8GB + 128GB (Rs 27,999) and 12GB + 256GB (Rs 29,999).

However, the 6GB + 64GB model will be exclusively available on Amazon in September.

It will be available in two colour variants – Gray Onyx and Blue Marble.

OnePlus Nord’s highest variant offers 12 GB RAM that makes jumping from app to app seamless.

OnePlus Nord specifications
The Nord houses quad camera set-up on the back consisting of Sony IMX586 48MP main lens, 119 degree ultra-wide, depth, and macro lens of 8MP, 5MP and 2MP, respectively. The smartphone comes with a dual camera set-up – Sony IMX616 32 MP and 105 degree ultra wide lens 8MP

The OnePlus Nord comes with a 90 Hz Fluid Display for faster and more reactive touch and swipe.

That’s all for our live tweets. Before we go, here’s a round up of all the important numbers that make up…

— OnePlus (@oneplus)

With 12GB RAM, jumping from app to app will be seamless. The device boasts of Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G 5G for faster and better speed, graphics and power consumption.

The tech company has made meticulous attention to make Nord’s design appealing. ‘Every segment – the camera, flash, front camera, even the SIM tray – has the same aesthetically-pleasing oval shape and consistency,’ Pie said.

The phone will sport a 4100 mAh battery, and Warp Charge 30T. The device will come with 5G support. It comes with OxygenOS-based on Android 10.

Alongside Nord, the company also developed three lightweight cases to keep your device protected in style.

Alongside Nord, we’ve also developed three lightweight cases to keep your device protected in style.

— OnePlus (@oneplus)

OnePlus Buds specifications
OnePlus also launched its wireless earbuds at Rs 4,990. It will be available in three colours – White, Gray and Nord Blue, but the purchase dates haven’t been revealed yet.

Today isn’t all about Nord. We’re also proud to introduce #OnePlusBuds! ➕ Charge 10 minutes for 10 hours of listen…

— OnePlus (@oneplus)

The company claims that the device charges in 10 minutes for 10 hours of listening. It also said that once fully charged, the buds and case provide 30 hours of listening time.

The OnePlus Buds come with 13.4 mm dynamic drivers for deeper bass and environmental noise-cancellation technology.

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Tech In Times Of Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the world as we knew it. With almost the entire world in lockdown and a large number of people in self-quarantine, the struggle to get basic necessities is taking a toll on the health of the global citizen.

However, the ongoing crisis didn’t stop some of the best smartphone makers in the world from launching their flagship phones. Several smartphone makers, like Oppo, OnePlus, Xiaomi and Huawei held ‘online-only’ launch events and announced the release of their upcoming phones.

In a bid to live up to the expectations of the tech enthusiasts amid the global pandemic, the smartphone makers brought their A-game and released nifty pieces of gadgets which were running high on tech. Here’s a look at all the smartphones that were launched in the pandemic.