OnePlus is gearing up to launch yet another N-series smartphone in Canada and the US after launching the Nord N30 a few weeks ago. This new smartphone made its appearance on Geekbench with model number CPH2605 and a MediaTek Dimensity 6020 SoC under the hood. Here’s the story.
OnePlus Nord N30 SE Spotted On Geekbench
OnePlus Nord N30 SE bearing model number CPH2605 appeared on the Geekbench 6 database. The phone scored 703 points on single-core and 1781 points on multi-core tests. The phone packs in a k6833v1_64_k419 motherboard with a 2+6 core configuration. Here, the high-performance cores are clocked at 2.20GHz followed by six efficiency cores at 2.0GHz suggesting a Dimensity 6020 SoC under the hood.
Apart from the aforementioned details, Nord N30 SE sports Android 13 (soon to get Android 14), 4GB RAM, and a 4880mAh battery as per TDRA listing paired with a 33W fast charging tech.
For the unversed, Nord N30 was launched in July with a Snapdragon 695 SoC. It was a slightly upgraded version of Nord CE 3 Lite. The upcoming Nord N30 SE will add to the existing Nord N-series. The choice of chipset makes the phone a bit slower than the N30 and Nord CE 3 Lite. It also means Nord N30 SE is a lower-end model just like Nord N20 SE was to Nord N20 5G last year.
It isn’t the first time we saw the Nord N30 SE make its appearance. The phone arrived on TDRA of UAE giving a peek into its existence although there’s no date available as of now. Nord N30 NE will likely sport a 6.72” 1080x2400px display, 8GB RAM, 128GB of storage, and a triple 108MP+2+2MP rear plus 16MP selfie shooter.
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