OnePlus Nord N100 is an unabashedly cheap phone that contains a range of features you can find on phones from Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi and elsewhere. It has 4GB RAM, Snapdragon 460 chipset, 6.52-inch 720p screen and 13MP main camera.
Take the OnePlus Nord N100 in your hand and feel its price. Except for the display covered by Gorilla Glass 3, the rest of the device is made of plastic. The rails feel very strong, but very slippery. The button is clickable and will not shake. However, what really disappoints the phone is the rear panel. It bends under the lightest pressure and does not feel a millimeter thick. It feels cheap and hollow. However, this means that it is less likely to crack and should be more durable. Unlike other recent OnePlus devices, this device does not come with a protective cover in the box. OnePlus may want you to use it in the method of naked because it is not as refined as other versions. The sense of touch is quite weak and hollow, which adds to the overall cheapness of the OnePlus Nord N100. Hybrid stereo speakers are loud, but lack depth. I find that the headphone port is more useful for wired speakers than headphones, but it is convenient either way.
OnePlus Nord N100, this new machine is aimed at a low-cost market that OnePlus has not really touched before. It uses a 6.52-inch HD+ screen, as well as a large battery up to 5,000mAh. The processor part OnePlus chose Snapdragon 460, and the device uses 4GB RAM, 64GB built-in storage, and has a rear three-camera combination based on a 13MP main camera and a depth of field and macro camera.
Thanks to the efficient chipset and low-resolution display, the OnePlus Nord N100’s large 5,000mAh battery provides excellent battery life. Combined with LTE and Wi-Fi use, video and music streaming, and games, all of which are in high brightness, the battery life of the Nord N100 is still more than two days. In two and a half days, the total screen open time indicator was as high as eight hours. Those who don’t use their phones often may wish to charge their devices only twice a week.
In general, OnePlus Nord N100 has a lot to like. It looks good, sounds good, has a great battery and an amazing price tag. Having said that, the device is not enough to meet future needs. OnePlus Nord N100 is for those who don’t care about gorgeous design, large display, powerful camera or top performance. This makes sense considering the price point, but you should not expect the same level of build quality as the more expensive OnePlus phones. It is functional, but it doesn’t do anything to stand out from other markets.