The Nord CE 3 Lite, which is scheduled to be revealed next week, is getting a little more information from OnePlus each day. For the most part, the phone appears to be a significant improvement over the Nord CE 2 Lite.
The phone is described in the following manner on the main home page. The Snapdragon 695, which was used in its precursor and is the new version’s one flaw, will power it. The processor will include 128GB of storage, 8GB of physical RAM, and up to 8 additional virtual gigabytes of RAM.
From a tiny 64MP sensor with 0.7m pixels, the CE 3 Lite will have a 108MP primary camera with native support for 3x magnification. Although there will be three cameras, the other two components’ specifications are unclear. (the old CE Lite had only a pair of 2MP helpers).
A 6.72″ display with a 120Hz refresh rate will be on the front (up from 6.59″). The OxygenOS 13.1 experience will include a number of software enhancements that OnePlus hopes will make this phone more suitable for gameplay.
As previously stated, the phone will have a 5,000mAh cell with 67W rapid charging. (up from 33W). After 30 minutes of charging, OnePlus claims “one day’s power.”
Pastel Lime and Chromatic Gray will be the possible colours for the OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite. For the time being, OnePlus is remaining silent regarding the price; the Nord CE 2 Lite debuted last year for 20,000, £280, and €310.
The phone will be released alongside the Nord Buds 2, which will include dual 12.4mm speakers as well as the BassWave enhancement technology.