Update:

Tipster Mukul Sharma has finally shared the OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 renders a few hours before the official launch event. You can check the N10 and N100 renders below.

OnePlus is all set to launch two budget smartphones Nord N10 and Nord N100 today in the USA and while everyone, especially OnePlus fans, is eagerly waiting for the launch event, key details about these two smartphones have already been leaked. What we didn’t get was a detailed look at what the smartphone will look like. But now thanks to Indian tipster Mukul Sharma, we now have some understanding of what the N10 and N100 will look like.

The tipster recently posted a sketch image of both OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 smartphones, giving us a detailed look at what these two handsets will look like. According to the sketch images, the OnePlus Nord N10 will have a flat display, on which you’ll see a punch hole design to house the front camera. We can also see the fingerprint sensor at the back of the smartphone.

However, based on what we’re seeing in the sketches, we can clearly say that the camera module is rectangular in shape, the number of lenses is not the same on both the handsets. In all likelihood, the N10 will have a quad-camera system, while the N100 will settle on a triple camera system as it’s expected to be cheaper than the former.

According to previous rumors, OnePlus Nord N10 5G will be powered by Snapdragon 690 processor, which is Qualcomm’s first 5G-equipped Snapdragon 600 series chipset. For the sake of comparison, the OnePlus Nord is powered by Snapdragon 675, which is not equipped with 5G and is 25% less powerful than the SD 690. The Nord N10 5G will have at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage, which also means there will another variant with more RAM and storage. The OnePlus Nord N10 5G could cost under $400.

The Nord N100 smartphone, on the other hand, features a 6.52-inch display with 720p resolution and is rumored to be powered by Snapdragon 460 coupled with 4GB of RAM. The smartphone has a triple camera array with a 13MP primary sensor and a 6,000mAh battery. It’s expected to cost around $200.

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