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OnePlus launches Nord LE and produces only one unit of it

08 April 2021 0

OnePlus has launched a new phone called the Nord LE. And, no the “LE” here doesn’t stand for “Limited Edition,” it rather stands for “Literally only one Edition.” Well, technically it’s a limited edition phone, but not as limited as you might be thinking of or what you have seen up until now.

OnePlus has produced just one, yes just one OnePlus Nord LE phone, and only someone lucky will get this device.

First off, you should know that the phone is no different from the original OnePlus Nord phone. It features the same 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display, Snapdragon 765G processor, cameras, Warp Charge 30T, and on. Where it differs however is with its color and finish. The OnePlus Nord LE features a gradient finish that transitions from orange to green color. According to OnePlus, the new Nord LE is smooth-to-touch, unlike the glossy finish on the OnePlus Nord in Blue Marble or Gray Onyx.

Now, comes the interesting part, how to make this only one unit of OnePlus Nord LE yours? Well, to answer your question, OnePlus has described the steps you need to follow in order to get a chance to win the OnePlus Nord LE.

  • Make sure you are following OnePlus Nord on Instagram
  • Take a picture of your current smartphone and post it on your Instagram feed. Also, add a caption that explains why you want to upgrade to OnePlus Nord. Don’t forget to add #SwitchToNord in the caption in order to participate

If you want to see the official announcement then head over to this post and follow the steps for the contest.


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