The OnePlus Nord CE 2 is going to be released on February 11. It will be a less expensive version of the Nord 2, and the phone has just been certified by TUV Rheinland.
According to the listing, the device with model number IV2201 will have a 4,450 mAh battery and support 65W fast charging (10V/6.5A).
Meanwhile, Camera FV5 revealed that the same handset would produce 16MP photos, which are most likely the result of pixel-binning from a 6 MP sensor.
The Nord CE 2 (or Nord 2 CE) is expected to have a triple camera setup on the back, but we don’t know what the other two cameras will be. The front camera is said to have a 16MP sensor and an aperture of f/2.4.
For good measure, the OnePlus IV2201 appeared on Geekbench, revealing an 8GB RAM option. Unfortunately, the device was tested with Android 11, which means it will not come with the most recent Google operating system out of the box; hopefully, an update will be available soon after the upcoming launch.
Previous rumors suggested that the Nord 2 CE would have a 6.4″ AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080 and refresh rate of 90 Hertz.