Design was simple but beautiful it should have bigger ram and rom..
Did volte work in canada ? i had oneplus 6T 2-3years ago and volte doesn't work in quebec canada , and on google they said all oneplus doesn't work on canada volte network
Another overpriced OnePlus phone without ultrawide camera. Buy Samsung A24, it's literally better and cheaper.
Seems more like a phone you would like to have if you want an affordable option with NFC and nothing more along with stuff like social media apps and dealing with google services
I must admit that this phone only shines as a (cheap options with NFC) but nothing really more, you know it's hard to find such option these days.. they seem to be almost all high end / flagship killer or phones with advanced hardware!
I got this today, it's definitely not the best and it lags occasionally but the performance at least for me is good and playing games is also good on this device. But if I could've got the OnePlus nord20 I would've or any other phone
I got this phone for my mom. She really likes it. Solid photos. Really excellent price/performance in my opinion.
i got ths phone. it is good.👍
I'm going to post my review here because I can't post it anywhere else lol I hope people read this first off this is my first experience with OnePlus in general let me start first off I have the oneplus nord n300 5g it's durable I won't lie and that's good I got the phone from metro by t mobile the phone overall sucks because the performance sucks because it can't run high end games like yugioh master duel are you telling me that this is a 5g phone and it can't run master duel and calling app sucks even more because I would call someone and it won't connect or it will connect and hang up in the first few seconds and I have to press the call button a few times to make a call I have only had the phone since mid November of 2022 the touch screen is ultra sensitive battery life is good I will admit that and the phone restarts at certain times like if I go to bed and put it on the charger I would wake up and look at the phone and it will say enter password to reboot or start up phone and I'm like I left it on why is it saying that it's not good on Bluetooth either I honestly would have chosen another phone over this one
So far so good. I've had it for over a month now and was using the n200 for almost a year before. BT Connects strong to headphones and speakers, display is nice and bright. Calls are clear. 64 MB internal memory is a bonus and have a 128 gig SD card installed for stored media. The internal sound system and equalizer is adequate but could be better. You should have more options to customize it. The n200 I had before was probably the most durable phone I've ever had, been slammed many times and still worked. I hope this one is just as durable. Again so far so good. I would recommend this phone.
Anonymous, 07 Dec 2022You're forgetting one thing, the N300 is aimed at and is only sold in the US. The other B... moreSorry, I've wrongly assumed it would eventually be released in other regions.
Like they did with the Nord CE 2 Lite 5G - which is a rebranded realme 9 pro etc.
Tom209, 24 Nov 2022Honestly, even the Oppo A74 5G - is better than this. It has a 90hz refresh rate, 6GB ram, 180... moreYou're forgetting one thing, the N300 is aimed at and is only sold in the US. The other BBK brands are not present in the US so this is why you see Oppo/Realme devices being rebraded as Onepluses for the US market. And your comparisons don't make sense either because none of the phones you mention are even available to buy in the US. Oneplus can "charge" more for this phone here because they simply can, and because there are less phone choices in the US. I say "charge" because it is only sold through two cell carriers, T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile, and they pretty much give this phone and other phones like this out to people for free like candy when they switch their cell service to them. So from the perspective of the US market, it's a decent lower end phone. Not amazing, just decent.
Sailaja, 23 Nov 2022Could you please suggest some good mobiles under 20KHonestly, even the Oppo A74 5G - is better than this. It has a 90hz refresh rate, 6GB ram, 180hz touch sampling rate, nice bright 1080p LCD screen, decent sound.
The Moto G62 5G - very fluid responsive 120hz 1080p screen, 240hz touch sampling rate, stereo speakers, fast snappy UI.
Where I am, these are both priced in the same category as this Nord.
Otherwise, you can even find a real 9 pro, nord ce2 lite 5g, moto g82 etc for a similar price (online/maybe used). All have fast responsive 1080p 120hz refresh rates and 240hz touch sampling.
The problem with his particular nord is the 90hz touch sampling rate & 720p sceeen. This is no good for a 2022 device. Screen is sluggish and unresponsive.
Sailaja, 23 Nov 2022Could you please suggest some good mobiles under 20K20k what currency?
in last 2022 4 ram !
This is basically the Oppo A77 5G/Realme Narzo 50 5G.
Just so you know - some of these come with a 720p screen, 90hz refresh rate, coupled with a 90hz touch response rate (which is abysmal for 2022).
Not sure what BBK's marketing strategy is - but it isn't really displaying much innovation, as they only seem to be releasing identical handsets branded differently across all their subsidiaries. What's the point?
Just like it says in this review, I'd rather get the N20 over the N300 if I was looking for a phone in the $200-$300 price range.
2 years have gone by since the launch of the Redmi 10X 5G and OnePlus has made what is essentially a more expensive, but inferior copy of it.
-It's 15% more expensive
-It's got the Dimensity 810 while the 10X had the 820.
-It's got a horrible 720p LCD when the 10X had a 1080p AMOLED.
-It's a plastic piece of garbage when the 10X had a glass back.
-It's got 2-4 gigs less RAM and the same or 4x less storage depending on the model. (honestly, 4 gigs of RAM in 2022?!?!)
-It's got basically the same camera setup, but it's missing the dang ultrawide camera.
Horrible, absolutely horrible and it's very unsettling to know innovation has died.