OnePlus Nord N200 5G delivers an even more affordable Android experience at $ 210

Amazon now offers the OnePlus Nord N200 5G 64 GB Android smartphone for $ 209.99 shipped. Typically selling $ 240, we haven’t seen too many discounts on the budget handset, with today’s deal coming in at under $ 10 off the Black Friday price tag, marking the second best yet and getting you save $ 30 in total. Offering a more affordable way to get started in Android gaming, the OnePlus Nord N200 still offers more engaging features like 5G connectivity and a 6.49-inch 90Hz HD display. Its internal 5,000mAh battery delivers autonomy of a day, or even part, with an array of triple-sensor cameras on the back to complete the handset. Dive into our launch coverage for a closer look, then head below to find out more.

If the included internal storage won’t reduce it, leveraging some of your savings on Samsung’s latest EVO Select microSD card Worth to be considered. Whether you have a huge library of photos that you’d like to have close at hand or just plan to use the 64GB of built-in storage, grabbing the 128 GB card for only $ 17 seems like a remarkable way to get the most out of the handset.

Last week we saw Amazon dump the OnePlus 9 Pro stock with $ 219 discounts that are always to be taken for those who want a high end experience. Then go charge your new Android smartphone by consulting all the offers of applications and games to take now. This week has seen a whole collection of new additions released thanks to Google Play, which you can dive into here.

Features of the OnePlus Nord N200:

It’s 5G for everyone with the OnePlus Nord N200 5G, enabling blazingly fast upload and download speeds. The large, clear 90Hz Full HD display puts immersive all-day entertainment in the palm of your hands. Powered by a massive 5000mAh battery, you can rest assured that the Nord N200 5G can handle all your movies, TV shows, and games without breaking a sweat.

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