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The incredibly affordable 5G-enabled OnePlus Nord N10 and the only 4G LTE-enabled Nord N100 were released nearly three months ago after a “global” debut in November 2020 in the US and received additional sweeteners pre-order in the form of freebies that may have contributed to the almost instantaneous regional success of the two attractive mid-rangers.
Bargain hunters will be happy to know that is changing today, and while Amazon’s recent price cuts are hardly dramatic, they are completely non-committal, which is definitely a positive.
While these two are certainly similar at first glance, they are vastly different inside. The N100 has a humble Snapdragon 460 chipset and a … surprisingly hefty 5,000 mAh battery. In contrast, the significantly faster Nord N10 5G only has a 4,300 mAh cell under the hood. This offsets this disadvantage by increasing the N100’s 18W charging speed to a superb 30W.
The more expensive smartphone also offers more storage, more storage and more cameras with higher megapixel numbers. In addition, thanks to a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels, the IPS LCD panel is not only sharper, but also much smoother, as the 90 Hz refresh rate technology is in tow.