OnePlus Nord N10 5G Storage Feature. This is also matched with 6GB of memory and 128GB of UFS 2.1 storage. Only one model is offered but if you need more storage, the Nord N10 supports micro SD cards up to 512GB. Also supported is nano-sized dual-SIM and 5G network support. Unfortunately for all of us, the 5G network has not yet been launched which makes this feature just a white elephant for now.
The main camera system used combines a 64MP ultra -wide sensor, 8MP ultra -wide angle, 2MP macro and 2MP depth. This is not a middle class camera system to be directly proud of. The technoloogy performance of digital zoom of up to 10X if required. However, video recording up to 4K 30p can still be done with slow motion support up to FHD 120p. For selfies, a 16MP camera is included.
The Power Supply
The power supply is a 4300 mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging. No wireless or reverse charging support. In our opinion these two features are actually not needed very much on middle class devices as they only add to the selling price. Charging is done via the USB-C port and a charger is included with every purchase. OnePlus doesn’t hate the earth but rather loves buyers who still can’t accept the concept of buying a charger separately.
The use of an LCD screen isn’t the only retro feature retained by the Nord N10. It is among the last devices on the market to put a physical fingerprint scanner on the back. We have the opinion that the scanner on the back is more ergonomic than the built -in screen scanner. The device is more easily locked while still in the pocket (because the scanner doesn’t need to be activated first) and is easier to find because there is a ditch for the scanner.