Unboxing the OnePlus Nord 2T, an upgraded version of the original Nord 2 5G with boosted gaming performance and faster battery charging, but the same camera tech. In fact, most of the OnePlus Nord 2T specs and hardware are identical to the previous generation mid-range smartphone. But it’s still one of the best options for a budget under £400 here in the UK.
While the 50MP primary camera uses the same sensor as before, that does mean you get good looking photos in most conditions. Even in low light you can expect quite bright results, although colours take a hit. The OnePlus Nord 2T can also capture 4K resolution video, while the 32MP selfie shooter is pretty good.
Gamers will enjoy this wallet-friendly 5G smartphone, which can play even proper beasts like Genshin Impact with a steady frame rate. OnePlus’ OxygenOS launcher adds in a wide selection of worthy gaming tools too, for PubG, CoD Mobile and the rest.
Battery life so far has been good although stay tuned for my full review of the OnePlus Nord 2T for more on that. But so far, what do you think? Tempted for just £369 here in the UK?
OnePlus Nord 2T 5G Unboxing Chapters:
0:00 – What is time?
1:06 – What’s in the box?
1:52 – Design
3:23 – OxygenOS & features
6:12 – Display & audio
8:26 – Performance & gaming test
10:26 – Battery
11:13 – Cameras
13:53 – Byyyyeeeee
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