Last year we were able to thoroughly test the OnePlus Nord 2, a very sensible evolution of the original OnePlus Nord. OnLeaks has just completely leaked a new iteration of this model, under the name of OnePlus Nord 2T. OnePlus thus recovers the surname ‘T’, bringing it back to its mid-range.

This OnePlus Nord 2T, according to the leaked data sheet, will come with a new MediaTek processor, a set of cameras with a 50-megapixel sensor and one of the most powerful fast charging systems around.

It will be the OnePlus Nord 2T, according to leaks

The OnePlus Nord 2T will be a mid-range mobile that will improve the OnePlus Nord 2. Its processor, according to the leak, will be the MediaTek Dimensity 1300, a processor that has not yet been presented and which will replace the powerful MediaTek Dimensity 1200 , one of the most powerful SoCs on the market. This processor will be accompanied by configurations of 6, 8 and 12 GB of RAM, in addition to 128 or 256 GB of internal memory, depending on the version.

This OnePlus Nord 2T will be more powerful and have faster charging, otherwise it will be nailed to the OnePlus Nord 2

The screen will repeat with AMOLED technology, with 6.43 inches, Full HD + resolution and 90 Hz, specifications identical to those seen in the previous generation. It will therefore be a big OnePlus, but a bit far from the almost 7-inch models that we are used to seeing in almost all segments in recent years.

The charging system will be 80W, a big jump from the 65W that the OPPO group mounts in its top-of-the-range mobiles. The battery will repeat with a 4,500 mAh battery, a sufficient capacity a priori, especially with such a powerful charging system. There is no news regarding wireless charging, a technology that is not expected in this model.

Finally, the camera points to a 50-megapixel, 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle, 2-mm monochrome main sensor. It’s the same setup we saw in the OnePlus Nord 2, so hardly any jumps are expected here, at except for changes in treatment. This device should arrive in February, being able to do so with a OnePlus Nord CE2 5G which we are already starting to talk about.

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