SpecificationsRear Camera : 48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MPFront Camera : 32 MP + 8 MPChipset : Qualcomm Snapdragon 765GProcessor : Octa core (2.4 GHz, Single core, Kryo 475 + 2.2 GHz, Single core, Kryo 475 + 1.8 GHz, Hexa Core, Kryo 475)Architecture : 64 bitGraphics : Adreno 620Bootup Time (tested by 91mobiles)21.0 sScreen Size : 6.44 inches (16.36 cm)Screen Resolution : 1080 x 2400 pixelsAspect Ratio : 20:9 ...view Specs
Four rear cameras. Two front cameras.
If you don’t like cameras, we’ve really messed up.Nord’s main camera– it’s stolen.
Nord comes with the same 48 MP primary sensor as the OnePlus 8, complete with optical image stabilization (OIS) to eliminate blur and shakiness from every photo.Oh, and Nord’s also smart enough to remove unwanted noise and sharpen things up in tricky shooting scenarios, like harsh sunlight.Nightscape takes up to nine* different pictures at varying exposures and stitches them together to produce clearer, brighter, and more dramatic photos in low light.
The most unselfish selfie
8 MP 105 degree ultra wide angle
32 MP Sony IMX616You probably didn’t need another reason to take a selfie, but here’s one anyway. Nord comes with an ultra wide angle on its front that lets you take huuuuuge group shots.
Nord comes with a 32 MP primary front camera and advanced image processing smarts that automatically ensure every face is clear and detailed.
Record in 4K at 60-selfies-per-second.
OnePlus Nord's primary front camera can record in 4K at 60 fps. At that resolution, every frame is good enough to be a selfie of its own. Don't worry, we won't try and make selfies-per-second a thing. But if it becomes a thing, we started it.
Scrolling and swiping never had it so smooth.
There’s something about a 90 Hz display that makes it incredibly difficult to ever go back to anything less. Scrolling is smoother, swiping is snappier, and everything feels more responsive. Once you go 90 Hz, there’s no going back.