Looks like tipster Evan Blass has his hands full with OnePlus Nord leaks today. After outing the renders of the phone and a partial image of a custom case, he has now leaked another image showing three different creator cases for the OnePlus Nord. The picture shows cases designed by painter Camilla Engstrom, graphic designer Finsta, as well as JerryRigEverything’s Zack Nelson. Take a look.
OnePlus might sell these cases separately with the OnePlus Nord just like it sells limited edition OnePlus 8 cases from street artist Andre Saraiva.
The OnePlus Nord is all but launched, with information about it emerging from both official and unofficial sources on a daily basis. Now, popular tipster Evan Blass has posted two new renders of the upcoming mid-range smartphone, giving us our best look at the device yet.
The images show the front and back of the OnePlus Nord, confirming what we’ve heard from leakers so far. Check them out below.
As you can see in the renders above, the OnePlus Nord seems to have the same rounded corners and thin bezels as the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. However, instead of a single punch-hole camera, there are two selfie cameras placed within a pill-shaped housing on the top left of the screen. A previous leak suggested that this is a 32MP+8MP pair, and an earlier teased image hinted at the pill-shaped cutout.
At the back, we see a vertically aligned quad-camera setup as opposed to the triple camera array that was rumored initially. Once again, specs of the rear camera setup have leaked, suggesting a 48MP+8MP+5MP+2MP combo. A flash module rests on the side of this quad-camera setup.
Elsewhere, we see the volume rockers on the left of the OnePlus Nord while the power button and what looks like an alert slider are placed on the right edge.
These aren’t the only images leaked by Blass, as the tipster also posted a look at what seems to be a case featuring the OnePlus Nord’s internals. More specifically, it looks like OnePlus is giving a shout-out to YouTuber JerryRigEverything.
The above image also confirms the presence of a USB-C port but no 3.5mm headphone jack though. That would be a disappointing omission if confirmed, as the port is still found on the vast majority of mid-range phones.
For what it’s worth, the QR code seen in the image above points to a music video for Eiffel 65’s Blue. At least it’s not a Rickroll.
Source - ANDROID AUTHORITY