OnePlus’ most affordable range of smartphones is officially coming to the US, with the OnePlus Nord N10 5G and the Nord N100 (LTE) headed to T-Mobile and Metro. It’s the first big North American expansion of the Nord brand, which OnePlus launched last year to capture an even more price-conscious segment of consumers.
T-Mobile will be offering the phones on both prepaid and postpaid plans, for maximum flexibility.
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