OnePlus Nord N100 review of the economy-class giant - NEW TECH 4YOU

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Thursday, November 26, 2020

OnePlus Nord N100 review of the economy-class giant


In terms of design, the OnePlus Nord N100 phone comes with a modern design in which the screen occupies most of the front area of ​​the phone except for an area of ​​the edges that increases at the bottom of the phone. At the top of the screen from the front, the front camera comes in the form of a point on the top left of the phone, and at the back of the phone the rear camera sits, and next to it the fingerprint sensor, and at the bottom of the phone comes the famous OnePlus logo. The design of the phone is suitable for fans of watching videos, reading e-books and playing games on the big screen of the phone

In terms of networks, the OnePlus Nord N100 phone supports capturing and operating mobile networks of the third and fourth generation, in addition to the ability to operate two SIM cards of mobile phones, which supports the ability to separate the personal and work life of users in addition to the ability to benefit from the offers of mobile phone companies, which are considered the advantages of the phone.

The OnePlus Nord N100 phone comes with an IPS LCD screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, a size of 6.52 inches and a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels by 269, which makes the phone not perform well under direct sunlight, but on the other hand, the screen distinguishes itself as it comes with an extra layer of protection of the type Corning Gorilla Glass 3 further protects the phone in case the screen is dropped or scratched

The phone operating system Android 10 with the OxygenOS 10.5 user interface makes it easy to use the phone, as the phone comes with a Snapdragon 460 eight-core processor with an Adreno 610 graphic processor to support running games. And compared to the price, it can be said that the graphic and basic phone processors offer good performance commensurate with the rest of the phone's specifications

The OnePlus Nord N100 is defective with the little RAM capacity of 4 GB, and the phone comes with a relatively small storage space of 64 GB, but it can be increased through external memory cards, which is considered an additional advantage

Compared to the price, it can be said that the OnePlus Nord N100 rear cameras offer good performance because the phone comes with 3 rear cameras, one with a resolution of 13 mega pixels with a wide lens slot, the second and the third, each of them 2 mega pixels, one with a macro lens and the second with a special lens depth and the cameras come with LED flash and HDR feature Panorama and the ability to shoot 1080p @ 30fps video

With the same video resolution as the rear cameras, the front cameras come with the same task. But the front camera comes with an 8 mega pixel camera only, which does not promise a good selfie resolution. But it is sufficient for its purpose compared to the mid-range phone competitors.

One of the advantages of the OnePlus Nord N100 phone is that it comes with a stereo amplifier with the ability to connect the headphones in the 3.5 mm style and connect external accessories in the OTG style, which makes it easy to deal with the phone and connect accessories to it.

Phone sensors, fingerprint behind the phone, acceleration, gyroscope, convergence, and compass

The OnePlus Nord N100 phone battery is more than impressive, with a capacity of 5000 mAh, but its disadvantage is that it is not removable and distinguishes it as it comes with the ability to charge fast charging strongly 18 watts


The operating system that was mentioned as the last system that smartphones mentioned in the article accept, is the system mentioned on the company's official website at the time the article was written, and some smartphones may accept upgrades to the latest versions of operating systems.

Smartphone prices mentioned in this article are the prices listed in the stores at the time the article was published, and the prices fluctuate up and down according to the movement of the markets.

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