OnePlus introduced its mid-range and budget segment “Nord” series smartphones back in July 2020. The Chinese OEM launched the OnePlus Nord and a few months later the OnePlus Nord N series. Now, as the smartphone brand is gearing up for the launch of the OnePlus 9 series, a major leak has revealed what is being said to be a successor to OnePlus Nord N10.
A reliable leaker Steve Hommerstoffer, aka OnLeaks has shared some renders of an upcoming OnePlus phone codenamed “Ebba.” The leaker has speculated this handset will be the successor of the OnePlus Nord N10. The leaked images of the alleged OnePlus Nord N10 successor reveal how the upcoming phone will look. The leaked render shows off the overall design of the OnePlus’ upcoming smartphone. Check out what the OnePlus Nord N10 successor, the OnePlus Nord Ebba, is expected to offer below.
OnePlus Nord N10 Successor (OnePlus Nord Ebba) Renders
Looking at the front, the OnePlus Nord N10 successor appears to have a single punch-hole cutout at the top-left corner of the screen. This phone is also speculated to feature a 6.49-inch display — similar to the OnePlus Nord N10. The bottom edge of the phone houses a USB Type-C port, the primary microphone, speakers, and a 3.5mm audio jack. The left side of the phone’s frame hosts two (volume) keys.
Now coming to the back, the OnePlus Nord Ebba has dropped the fourth camera and sports a triple rear camera setup. The three camera sensors are housed in a vertically aligned rectangular module, giving the device a much cleaner look. Another significant change that we see in the design of the Nord N10 successor is the location of the fingerprint sensor. This time OnePlus has relocated it from the back to the right frame. Further, the leaker claims the upcoming handset will feature a metal frame and have a glossy plastic back. The device will reportedly measure 162.9 × 74.7 × 8.4mm (10.3mm while including the rear camera bump).
While there is no official word on the OnePlus Nord N10 successor, the new leak suggests OnePlus could announce a new device in the coming months. We expect more leaks in the coming weeks, stay tuned.