OnePlus Nord-branded cellphone for the US could function 18W quick charging assist

OnePlus Nord-branded phone for the US may feature 18W fast charging support
OnePlus Nord went official final month however not for each nation. It notably got here to quench the thirst of patrons in India and Europe with its inexpensive price tag. So the patrons within the US felt fairly left off. However, OnePlus was fast sufficient to disclose {that a} new machine from its new Nord branding will come to the US as nicely.

Last month, Carl Pei, OnePlus co-founder confirmed that the US will obtain a Nord-branded cellphone, although he didn’t converse a lot on the identical. He simply advised Wired, “Nord-branded phone (not necessarily the same as this) is set to come to the US shores” later this 12 months.

So, whereas the timeline of the launch of the machine in query is confirmed, there aren’t any different particulars accessible that would inform how this machine appears like or what does it even have to supply. However, of us over at XDA have been in a position to dig out some particulars on the identical. They came upon OnePlus may need a brand new cellphone with the codename “Aurora” within the works and it may include Snapdragon 690 SoC.

Now one thing else has additionally surfaced and it’s believed to be belonging to this Aurora or unnamed Nord-branded cellphone. Recently, TÜV Rheinland licensed a brand new OnePlus charger that has a most output of 9 Volts and 2 Amps which interprets to 18W quick charging.

This a lot Watt charger is fairly widespread in most mid-range and even funds telephones nowadays however it’s fairly odd to see OnePlus going for this a lot charging velocity, contemplating it has already moved to 20W and 30W charging speeds for its telephones. So, it’s being believed to be the property of the Nord-branded cellphone that’s but to land within the US.

These are a number of key specs accessible on the stated machine proper now. We will add extra as soon as we be taught extra about the identical.

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