It looks like the OnePlus Nord N10 follow-up is already underway, despite the original model arriving less than six months ago.
Information from @stufflistings on Twitter suggests that the OnePlus Nord N10 2 will arrive very soon. This is thanks to the certification lists for a ‘OnePlus Ebba’ on the Indian BUS and Singapore IMDA.
OnePlus EBBA (successor to the Nord N10) has received IMDA certification. Launch imminent in Asia. # OnePlus pic.twitter.com/13cKRAKXYQApril 28, 2021
The listings don’t give us much information, so it’s impossible to say when the Nord N10 2 might launch. The original North was launched last August, followed by the North N10 and the North N100 in November. We expected there would be a one year gap between each iteration.
But OnePlus Nord phones aren’t flagships, and when cheap phones are concerned anything can happen. After all, the N10 wasn’t much different from the original OnePlus North, and the two even crossed markets like the UK.
But this leak creates more questions than it answers. Certification in India and Singapore suggests the phone will be available in those countries, although the fact that it has not been spotted at the FCC does not bode well for a launch in the United States. However, it could be a phased launch.
There have also been several rumors of new additions to the Nord lineup in recent months – including one now apparently canceled. OnePlus Nord SE. But none of them materialized. I
But if a launch is slated for in the next few months, we can expect to see a lot more on this phone. We’ll bring you more information about the OnePlus Nord N10 2, and any news on other Nord devices, when we hear it.