OnePlus to offer 5G phone for under $250, report says

The Nord N200 5G display will apparently match that of the Nord N10 5G.

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The upcoming OnePlus Nord N200 5G has a screen comparable to last year's Nord N10 5G, pictured here.

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The OnePlus Nord N200 5G will include a 6.49-inch, 1080p LCD display and cost less than $250, PCMag reported Monday. The Chinese phone maker hinted at the "accessible" 5G device in a blog post last week.

This would be a step up from the Nord N100, which has 4G connectivity and a 720p screen. The upcoming phone's display matches that found on last year's higher-priced Nord N10 5G.

An apparent image of the N200 5G shows three rear cameras, a front camera and a side-mounted combination fingerprint scanner and power button. It doesn't have a release date yet.

OnePlus didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

Watch this: OnePlus Nord N10 5G: Next-gen 5G connectivity at an affordable price