Livik.net – OnePlus has always relied on Qualcomm chips to launch its smartphones since the first flagship.
Then rumors circulated that this year the company would change traditions and start installing MediaTek processors.
Regarding the new device, based on information from the Digital Chat Station, it is revealed that OnePlus is preparing a smartphone based on Dimensity 1200.It is assumed that the owner of the Dimensity 1200 will be named OnePlus Nord 2.
Keep in mind, however, that the OnePlus Nord accepts the Snapdragon 765G chipset and the emergence of the Dimensity 1200 as its successor can be considered a real step forward.
It is also an eight-core solution that allows the smartphone to be equipped with a screen with a refresh rate of up to 168 Hz and a single camera at 200 megapixels. Graphics processing is provided by the Mali-G77 MP9 graphics subsystem.
Last year, OnePlus decided to tackle the mid-range segment and launched the Nord series, of which Nord was the first. Then, rumors are circulating saying that this year the company will also release Nord CE 5G.
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As information, the company posted strong growth in India in the last quarter, as reported by Counterpoint Research. Recently, OnePlus has shared official statistics regarding its business in Europe.
Sales in the European Union reportedly grew 388% in the first three months of 2021, nearly 5 times the first quarter of last year. In related news, revenue from European sales rose 286 percent, thanks in large part to the popularity of the company’s flagship devices. Senior smartphones accounted for 65% of the company’s total EU revenue in the first quarter of 2021, according to published data. The rest of the income comes from mid-range accessories and smartphones from the Nord series.
Despite the fact that nearly all smartphone makers are now facing chip shortages, OnePlus is confident that shipments to Europe will not decline.
The company says it has unusual relationships with manufacturing partners, which has allowed OnePlus to make fairly accurate predictions about the delivery of its products.