The OnePlus Nord CE 5G is a cheaper version of the original OnePlus Nord, with no major benefits aside from a slightly lower price. And I do mean slightly, because at the time of writing you can get the entry-level Nord for only £329.
Cuts include a plastic back instead of a glass one, a lower-end processor, slightly worse cameras and a screen that cannot get quite as bright.
The OnePlus Nord CE 5G’s snips are consistent across the board, and no single one is too dramatic unless you have your heart set on an Android that feels expensive.
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