OnePlus Nord 2T design and camera leaks ahead of launch

OnePlus Nord 2T confirmed to feature MediaTek Dimensity 1300 chipset

OnePlus Nord 2T is the upcoming mid-ranger of the Chinese manufacturer – OnePlus, which again emerged in front of us with some new leaks. Since January, we had came across several renders and rumors of the device. Consequently, they have shown a glimpse of how the new OnePlus model will appear.


According to the latest information, the forthcoming OnePlus model would be the successor of the OnePlus Nord 2. Further, it will carry some minor improvements that will differentiate it from the other handsets. Currently, the fresh leaks reveal the very first look of the OnePlus Nord 2T.

OnePlus Nord 2T: Camera Hood

The feature of a device that attracts the most users is the lens hood. Hence, the main focus of the new leaks goes on the camera structure of the device. The handset features a rectangular lens framework at the top-right corner of the backside. This camera lineup carries two giant circular houses in the bump. As on looking, it seems like the device only gives space to two shooters, but that’s not the truth.

OnePlus Nord 2T design and camera leaks ahead of launch

Flourishing a more seamless look, the device packs two lenses in the same circular cutout. Thus, it comprises three lenses at the back. Alongside, it gives space for two flash sensors in the same camera plateau to enhance the look of the back panel. Meanwhile, the front face attaches a punch-hole lens aligned to the left corner.

Color Variants:

Although, the camera housing does not wrap any new look on the smartphone. On the flip side, it seems to appear with the same matte-finish look on the rear side in some gray and pastel green alternatives. In case, the phone appears with a glass back, it might showcase a subtle sandstone layout too.

The upcoming device will land on the market somewhere in April or May. By that time, more leaks will take place in the discover section. But what actually comes true will only be known when the device unveils.