Renders of OnePlus Nord N10′ successor reveals a side-mounted fingerprint scanner

’s Nord series made its debut last year as a line of affordable mid-range phones from the Chinese manufacturer. With three models so far, OnePlus is expected to expand the series this year, and now we get an early look at the design of the OnePlus Nord N10 5G‘ successor.

Render of the Nord N10 successor

At the moment, the official name of the phone is not known but according to the source of the renders, the reliable leaker, Steve Hemmerstoffer, who is popularly known as OnLeaks, the device is codenamed “Ebba”.


The renders show the phone shares a striking resemblance to its predecessor on the front. The display is flat, has a punch hole at the top left corner for the front-facing camera, and is said to be the same 6.49-inch size. On the rear are where the changes have been made.

The camera array has been redesigned and looks like that of the OPPO Find X3 Lite, save for having fewer cameras. Unlike its predecessor which has four rear cameras, ”Ebba“ has three.  We don’t yet know the camera specs but we want to believe the two 2MP cameras for depth and macro have been replaced with a single camera.

Another major design change is the new position of the fingerprint scanner. The new model has its fingerprint scanner on the right side of the metal frame while the volume keys, which are now two separate buttons, are on the left. Sorry to disappoint those who want the Alert Slider, but there isn’t one on this device.

The photo shows the audio jack remains and it is at the bottom along with the USB-C port and a three-hole speaker grille. OnLeaks says the back panel will most likely be plastic with a glossy finish. He also gives the dimensions of the phone as 162.9 x 74.7 x 8.4mm (10.3mm with the camera housing).

We expect the successor to the Nord N10 will be a 5G phone but we do not know what chipset will come with it. Also, there is no news yet of when it will launch but considering the Nord N10 launched last November, we may have a bit of waiting to do before it is announced. However, let’s not forget it has become the norm for successors to arrive within a few months rather than after a year.

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