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OnePlus in an official tweet, announced that OnePlus Nord 2 would launch in India on July 22. The company has already revealed some of the key details of the upcoming smartphone ahead of its launch. The revealed specs include: the smartphone will feature a 6.43-inch of AMOLED display, and it will run on a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 AI SoC. The tweet reveals the device’s back design along with the design of its camera module.

The tweet, accompanied by a photo of the upcoming OnePlus Nord 2, reveals that this smartphone would come with a triple-camera module design, very similar to that of the OnePlus 9. There is a small sensor placed inside the rectangular module along with the LED flash.

As for the details of the camera sensors, the smartphone giant has already confirmed that the smartphone will come with a 50MP Sony IMX766 primary sensor. Interestingly, this is also used as the ultrawide lens available on the OnePlus 9 series of smartphones. Furthermore, OnePlus had also revealed that the primary sensor would support Optical Image Stabilisation or OIS. Apart from the 50MP primary lens, the triple camera module will also consist of an 8MP ultra-wide lens and a 2MP tertiary sensor. At the front side of the smartphone, there is a 32MP Sony IMX616 front camera.

OnePlus has already revealed that the smartphone will run on a Dimensity 1200 AI SoC. Additionally, it will feature 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage; however, if the internal storage could be expanded, a microSD is unknown yet. A massive 4500mAh battery will power the smartphone. Some sources have confirmed that the Nord 2 will come with support for Warp Charge 65.

The OnePlus Nord 2 5G smartphone will be launched in India on July 22nd at 7:30 pm IST. The smartphone is expected to come in two colors, but official confirmation on this front is awaiting.

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