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33W fast charging for the budget OnePlus Nord N300

Details on the OnePlus Nord N300, the upcoming budget smartphone from the Chinese house often renamed the Apple of the East, are starting to leak. A rumor, arouses the interest of lovers and not of the brand, suggesting that the new technological specimen will arrive on the market with the presence of fast charging, generally a feature absent on entry level and mid-range.

OnePlus is very reserved on the next Nord N300 but on the issue of fast charging at 33W, of course of the wired type, it has not denied anything. The news is very interesting not only because it is rare to see this type of charging speed on a budget phone, but above all it makes us argue that the power of the Nord N300 is even faster than the Pixel 7 Pro, Galaxy S22 and iPhone 14.

OnePlus Nord N300 arrives in November

But we are used to similar “records” with OnePlus, which likes to exceed the charging speed limits in general, such as on the 10T model which reaches 125W compared to the 120W praised by other brands. In addition to the charging speed, the well-known digital magazine The Verge also reveals that the device will be equipped with a Mediatek processor and a screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. 

OnePlus Nord N300 will arrive on the US market next month, in November, and will be the first device of the brand with MediaTek CPU to reach the USA. The price is still unknown but it is likely to be around $259 considering that the previous model, the N200 landed the scenario with a list price of $239. Don't worry, because N300 will also arrive in Italy, probably in January.

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Last updated on July 12, 2024 9:50
Emanuele Iafulla
Emanuele Iafulla

Nerd, Geek, Netizen, terms that do not belong to me. Simply myself, technology lover and provocative as Xiaomi does with his products. High quality at fair prices, a real provocation for the other most famous brands.


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