More OnePlus Nord details have come out today, including what looks like its launch date.
First up, OnePlus has shown off the Nord's packaging on Instagram. The box has OnePlus and Nord branding, and while most of it is black, there's a bit of that blue color that OnePlus has been using to tease the Nord peeking out from the middle of the box.
OnePlus has also confirmed that the Nord's will include optical image stabilization for its camera system. There's not much else known about the cameras right now, but we did recently see that OnePlus Nord will have a long, pill-shaped rear camera housing.
Finally, Amazon may have accidentally revealed the OnePlus Nord's release date today. Amazon India briefly posted a listing for a "OnePlus Nord AR Launch Invite" that includes images that say "Made to be experienced on 21st of July". The listing has since been pulled, but you can still view it using Google Cache (via Droid-Life).
The entry also suggests that OnePlus is planning to announce the Nord using an augmented reality event. "Join us for the world's first AR smartphone launch from the comfort of your home (or anywhere with a good connection", the page reads.
We'd previously heard that the Nord would be announced in July, and now it looks like we've got a date to circle on our calendars. As a reminder, OnePlus has said that it plans to launch the Nord in Europe and India. A full release for North America doesn't seem to be in the cards, but OnePlus has said it'll have a "highly limited beta program" for North American residents who absolutely have to have a Nord.