OnePlus finally launched its most affordable budget offerings yet, the Nord N10 5G and N100, in the US. The starting price of the N10 5G asks for $299 while the N100 is just $179.
That’s not only way lower than the European prices (€349 and €199, respectively), but also the duo will face much less competition on US soil. The Chinese brands, which usually offer value products at competitive pricing are absent in the US market.
Since a good chunk of the smartphone sales in the US go through carriers, OnePlus has also struck a deal with T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile, which will offer the phones, starting in three days.
The duo is also made available in Canada where the N10 5G asks CAD 389 and the N100 costs CAD 239.