The OnePlus Nord N200 is part of the low end of the manufacturer’s catalog, unlike models like the Nord 2 and Nord CE. And evidently, the company’s focus on the mid/low end of the market is paying off in terms of sales. The company is growing in the West, between USA and Europe, to the point of raising controversy about possible espionage cases. But apart from that, the Nord series is the test case for OnePlus in proving that it can have its say even outside the more typically premium category. Even in terms of endurance, where Nord 2 has shown a leap forward from the first model. But if in that case we’re talking about a smartphone costing €399, how does a model from around €199 perform?
JerryRigEverything’s endurance test shows the “weaknesses” of the OnePlus Nord N200
That was the question we asked ourselves and along with us was JerryRigEverything, who didn’t fail to test the OnePlus Nord N200 as well. And as expected, the aspect on which Pete Lau’s company has filed the most to keep the price down is the quality of materials. Don’t get me wrong, the smartphone is well assembled, but you only have to use the tools of the trade to notice the presence of a plastic frame. The polycarbonate not only characterizes the perimeter of the body of the Nord N200, but also the back, although the smoky finish might make you think of the glass of the most valuable models. The same material is also found inside the section that surrounds the three 13+2+2 MP camera modules.
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Otherwise, OnePlus Nord N200 performs as you would expect from a modern smartphone. The display features Gorilla Glass protection that makes it scratch at the usual level 6, while at the flame test it achieves self-healing effect typical of LCDs. The only doubt remains on the bend test, which doesn’t cause a disastrous result but is accompanied by a strange noise. You can hear it directly at the end of the video by JerryRigEverything.
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