From PC Mag: The OnePlus Nord N200 5G, the company's follow-up to its successful Nord N10 and Nord N100 phones, is the lowest-cost 5G phone available in the US, and it arrives on June 25 for $239.99.
The N200 splits the difference between the 4G, $179.99 N100 and the 5G, $299.99 N10. Like the N10, it has a 90Hz, 1080p screen and 5G. It has a slower processor than the N10 does: a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 versus the better 690. (The N100 has an even slower Snapdragon 460.) But the N200 also has a bigger battery, at 5,000mAh compared to the N10's 4,300mAh.
In an exclusive interview with PCMag.com last week, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said there's still a difference between the N10 and N200 lines; the product lines won't collapse into each other. I think that implies an N20 is coming, but he didn't confirm that.
"The OnePlus Nord N200 5G offers an optimum burdenless mobile experience at an even more accessible price point," he said in a press release.
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