The sequel to OnePlus’ mid-range mobile has been confirmed, but what should have been an exciting announcement was a very moist squib.
We now know that the OnePlus Nord 2 is on its way, which is good news for anyone looking to buy a great mid-range smartphone, if its immediate predecessor is anything to go by. But the way the good news unfolded, it left much to be desired; This accidentally appeared in the small print of the terms and conditions of the partnership agreement between OnePlus and Google’s cloud gaming service Stadia, where it was seen by Android Police.
It’s hard to imagine a more boring confirmation of its existence, other than perhaps if a grey-friendly accountant had accidentally discovered the confirmation paperwork that was left out of a catalog while he was beige to redo. Was searching for a particular shade of colour. -Do your utility room.
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The agreement itself means that anyone buying a new OnePlus device will be entitled to claim Stadia Premiere Edition, which usually costs £89.99, includes a controller and a Chromecast Ultra. It’s not a bad deal by any means, even if Google’s cloud-based console has really captured the public imagination, at least certainly not compared to the PS5 and Xbox Series X.
The name was dropped from the above list of compatible devices after the listing was publicized, though the slip-up certainly means that its official unveiling might not be too long – at which point it will probably receive a bit more fanfare. .
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The original OnePlus Nord distinguished itself for its premium features, including an amazing screen, super fast charging, and a very good camera set-up, despite the price being less than half the price of many flagships. If its successor can build on that proud track record, it won’t be boring.