Device · June 23, 2021 0

Hands-on: OnePlus Nord N200 5G review

OnePlus Nord N200 5G
OnePlus Nord N200 5G

OnePlus Nord N200 5G -The OnePlus Nord N200-5G 5G is a refresh of the N100, a mid-range smartphone that was launched last year. It has slightly more specs and 5G connectivity.

It’s not surprising that OnePlus would launch another budget phone to appeal to the low-income market. However, it is odd that it only targets the US and Canada – surely other countries would be interested in OnePlus’ newest phone. This is a sign that OnePlus wants to return to its affordable, yet powerful, configurations that made it popular

We felt the phone’s value was evident in our short time with it. It is a powerful, sleek phone with an excellent physical design, making it feel premium, even though its price tag might suggest otherwise. The specs of the phone are not extraordinary, but they are affordable. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon480 5G chipset with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
There is a 13MP main camera that takes decent photos, but the cameras are a bit lacking in quality. Other lenses, a 2MP depth camera, and a macro camera are less appealing. It’s also disappointing that there isn’t more variety, especially when you consider other budget phones that have ultra-wide cameras.

The OnePlus Nord N200 5G is a budget phone that has a limited release schedule. OnePlus polish would be appreciated by many users around the world in a cheaper phone. Its low price is a great price for the specs and 5G connectivity that it has. It doesn’t get any better than this. OnePlus Nord N200 5G

OnePlus Nord N200 5G Price and Availability

The OnePlus Nord N200 5G was launched on June 21st and will go on sale in the US and Canada on June 25th. The Nord N200 5G is available in a single specifications configuration for $239 (around AU$175 / AU$319).
The phone will be exclusive to the US and Canada. There is no expansion plan to other countries. The phone can be purchased unlocked at OnePlus.com, Amazon.com, Best Buy, and B&H, or with T-Mobile and Metro carrier support.

Design – OnePlus Nord N200 5G

The Nord N200 5G feels premium for a budget phone. Even though cheaper phones may look better than ever, the Moto G9 series is a fantastic example. However, the OnePlus still stands out.
The back of the phone feels or looks like glass with a frosted finish that you would expect from a more expensive model. Although the bezel on the front is quite thin for a budget phone, it isn’t too large. The plastic sides are smooth and almost have a chromed metal feel.

Although the phone does not have an on-screen fingerprint scanner, it has an extra-large lock button to the right that allows for fingerprint scanning. It works well and is very accurate.
The rest of the design is quite basic: volume buttons on one side and a SIM slot on the other. At the top, there’s nothing but a microphone. The bottom features a USB-C slot, speaker, and a 3.5mm jack for headphones. OnePlus Nord N200 5G

Display – OnePlus Nord N200 5G

The N200 5G has a 6.49 inch IPS LCD with Full HD Plus resolution (2,400×1,080). The bezels don’t look too thick as was mentioned previously, making it as slim as you would expect for a budget smartphone. The punch hole for the selfie camera, which is fairly small, won’t block too much of the screen.
We found the display to be quite serviceable. It was a little bit blurry, but it handled media and games well in our short time with the phone. A nice feature for a budget phone is the 90Hz refresh rate. It provides a smoother browsing experience and better game-playing experience than the 60Hz refresh rates on low-cost phones.

Cameras – OnePlus Nord N200 5G

The Nord N200 5G features a triple rear camera. However, you won’t find an ultra-wide or telephoto camera. Unlike other budget phones, these extra lenses on the N200 are more supplementary.
The 13MP f/2.2 main camera has EIS and can take up-close photos and daytime shots. However, it will struggle with images with bright backgrounds and dim backgrounds (like at sporting events). It struggled with lighting in our initial tests.

We could not tell if the 2MP macro lens and 2MP monochrome lens add much to the phone’s photo capabilities. We couldn’t find basic settings such as switching between 4:3 and 16:9 ratios, which left the phone feeling less than other budget phones.
We have not had much time to use the 16MP front-facing camera.

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Performance – OnePlus Nord N200 5G

The specs of the Nord N200 5G are the same as its predecessor. It has the same 4GB RAM and 64GB storage as the Nord N100. What’s changed is the chipset, which has gone from a Snapdragon460 to a Snapdragon480 5G.

Given the 5G connectivity requirements, the real indicator of performance improvements is the ‘5G” connectivity capability. It will be interesting to see how it compares against the competition once we have more time to test the phone. However, in early testing, its Geekbench 5 score was 1582, which placed its performance between the benchmarks for both the Pixel 4a 5G or the Pixel 5.

The phone’s performance is sufficient to support casual browsing and media viewing, according to our tests. It comes with OnePlus’ OxygenOS overlay and Android 11. You will find very little bloatware, both in terms of settings and apps, along with some nice extras such as the shut-out all-everything Zen Mode.

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Batteries – OnePlus Nord N200 5G

The Nord N200’s 5,000mAh battery is unchanged from the N100. However, it’s still a large amount and should last for at least the second day. This capacity is comparable to other budget phones with big batteries, except for the massive 6,000mAh Motorola G9 Power battery.
Although the 18W charger that comes with the box is not as fast as OnePlus’s, it works well. It was able to charge up the battery by about 40% in 30 minutes. This should allow it to recharge the full battery from zero in 1.5 hours.

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