OnePlus has a pretty peculiar way of preparing for phone launches as it’ll typically confirm new features in a drip-feed over the weeks before the actual launch. It’s doing this for the OnePlus Nord 2… which is somewhat of a surprise as we weren’t expecting that phone so soon.
In a press release, OnePlus has confirmed the name ‘Nord 2 5G’, though the announcement itself is actually about the phone’s chipset – the MediaTek Dimensity 1200-AI.
OnePlus claims this is the first MediaTek chipset in one of its phones, which is correct, but it also says it’s a chip that’s exclusive to OnePlus.
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