Design & Materials
Performance & Hardware
- 0%Less than half day
- 0%Less than a day
- 50%One day
- 50%More than one day
- 0%Two days or more
- 50%It comes with a clean operating system
- 50%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Once a year
- 20%Every six months
- 80%Every two months or less
- All-around mid-ranger with stereo sound, color accurate display, good camera, clean OxygenOS, capable SOC but expect compromises.
The design is ok except for the fingerprint-magnet plastic build. The LCD panel is on the dimmer side (450 nits vs. 670 nits on Apple Retina LCDs) but the refresh rate, contrast, and color accuracy are excellent - signifying a good display. Features like the 2-way speaker and headphone jack are a plus but the loss of the iconic OnePlus slider is a bummer. The main camera sensor is the new OmniVision OV64B which is an excellent hardware choice but the image post-processing needs some work, and the exclusion of an OIS module hurts the camera performance. Daylight shots are very good, low light is moderate, ultrawide and macro shots are below average. The overall experience is a true mid-level. I would've absolutely loved this if OnePlus guaranteed the true standard 2 OS + 3 yrs support instead of its current mediocre 1 OS + 2 yrs support. The phone is good for its price but OnePlus' attitude towards the Nord-series is concerning as it emulates the worst side of the Android experience.Pros
- Comfortable grip (doesn't feel cheap)
- Large color-accurate 90Hz LCD display
- Very good main and selfie cameras
- OxygenOS 10
- "Stereo" speaker and audio jack
- Snappy CPU performance
- Glossy smudge-prone plastic build
- Middling brightness
- Dissapointing UW and macro cameras
- Mediocre Software Support
- Limited water resistance
- Pedestrian GPU and memory config
- AutoGood buy for € 200
The mobile amply fulfills what is important: coverage, fluidity, performance and autonomy. The main camera is quite good in daylight and good indoors or less light, the other sensors are dispensable and the selfie is not a big deal either. Its forte is Oxygen OS, fluid and clean; the autonomy that is more than enough (6-7h of screen in normal use); the speakers are fantastic too, the 30w load flies. Now we go to what is not wonderful: the screen is not OLED, but it looks very good and has a perfect and adjustable colorimetry and also very fluid with 90hz, the problem is in sunlight that is difficult to see ... Is it adjusted so that autonomy does not trigger? Well, I don't know, but even so it compensates me and as long as the terminal is bought over € 200 (never the inflated starting price), the fingerprint unlocking is a bit slow ....Pros
- Oxygen OS
- SD and 3.5mm jack
- Atonomy and 30W load
- The main camera is the only decent one.
- the screen has low brightness in the sun
- hectorarroyo235Oneplus Nord N10 5GNorthAmerica · 6GB · 128GB · T-Mobile1 month ago
- anonymous_120101_604fdba43d271Oneplus Nord N10 5GGlobal · 6GB · 128GB1 month agoAutoVery fast loading !!!
The design is in plastic, if you put a cover on it, it has a pass. The screen is IPS, it is not bad, but knowing the oled or Amoled, it does not compare. The performance is acceptable considering that the processor is the mid-range SD 690 ...Pros
- SD memory slot.
- The ips screen
- AutoAffordable terminal with good features
It is a phone with a great design and with quite tight dimensions. It comes with Android 10 based on Oxygen OS, and it is updated via OTA. The screen refresh rate is 90Hz, although it was sometimes slow to respond. The hardware is more than enough for normal use of messaging apps or the internet. It has 5G for Spain but it lacks FM radio and WiFi 6. The battery is very well optimized and we can last 1 day without charging. It has a fast charge of 30W.Pros
- It has NFC
- Quick charge 30W
- Bad screen response
- No WiFi 6
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- 7.4 Design & Materials
- 7.3 Performance & Hardware
- 7.4 Camera
- 8.3 Connectivity
- 7.1 Battery
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- Design and screen
- Hardware and performance
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