The OnePlus Nord N30 5G just launched in the US, for a price of $299.99. If you were thinking of grabbing one, but haven't so far (maybe the price put you off?), here's your chance.
Best Buy is currently offering the device for just $199.99. That's $100 off, a price reduction of a third of the normal price. But wait, there's more! You also get a $30 gift card.
The catch? There's always one, granted, but this isn't the hugest we've ever seen. All you need to do to take advantage of the lower price is activate the phone "today" (aka upon purchase). You can do that online or at a Best Buy store.
Otherwise, if you pick the "activate later" option, the price reverts back to the usual $299.99. That said, we're assuming that if you buy a new phone you'll want to use it immediately, so the "activate today" option doesn't sound so bad.
The OnePlus Nord N30 5G comes with a 6.72-inch 120 Hz LCD touchscreen, the Snapdragon 695 SoC, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a triple rear camera system (108 MP main, 2 MP macro, 2 MP depth sensor), a 16 MP selfie snapper, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 50W wired charging support.
If you want to learn more about it, don't miss our in-depth review.
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