OnePlus continues to drip-feed us information about the Nord today, giving us a brief glimpse of the design of the upcoming device.
A short video posted to the official OnePlus Nord account on Instagram shows off the front and back of the device itself. The video was posted in portrait mode, making it even more difficult to see the phone for the brief moments its shown, but the folks at Android Authority managed to get some high-quality landscape version images from the video.
As you can see in the image above, the back of the OnePlus Nord has a long, pill-shaped camera housing that's located in the upper-left corner of the device. That's different from the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro which had their rear cameras centered on their backsides.
The second image gives us a look at the front and one side of the Nord. In the upper-left corner of the screen there appears to be a pill-shaped hole-punch that'd be a perfect fit for the dual 32MP + 8MP front cameras that we've heard the Nord will have. We can also see what looks to be OnePlus's signature alert slider on the side of the Nord.
Other details about the OnePlus Nord that've been confirmed so far is that it'll include a Snapdragon 765G processor with 5G support and that it'll cost less than $500. It's expected that OnePlus will officially introduce the Nord sometime this month, and the phone will launch in Europe and India with a "highly limited beta program" for North America.
Based on what we've heard and seen of it so far, are you interested in the OnePlus Nord?