Bargain hunters can finally save big on the OnePlus Nord N100 and N10 5G mid-rangers

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Bargain hunters can finally save big on the OnePlus Nord N100 and N10 5G mid-rangers
Internationally released almost a year ago before reaching US stores in early 2021, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G and N100 haven't been discounted very often (or very deeply) stateside just yet. 

That's obviously mainly because the two mid-rangers started at some incredibly competitive price points, leaving little room for substantial markdowns, which isn't stopping B&H Photo Video from offering... precisely that at the time of this writing.

Normally available for $179.99, the 4G LTE-only OnePlus Nord N100 is currently priced at a measly $129.99 in a 64GB unlocked variant after a $50 coupon applied automatically in your B&H cart. As you can imagine, this 6.52-inch handset is not a screamer, packing a humble Snapdragon 460 processor in tandem with 4GB RAM.

But its hefty 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support alone makes the N100 easily one of the best sub-$200 phones available right now, and although they're certainly not impressive, the three rear-facing cameras crucially contribute to a very solid value proposition as well.

Of course, the 5G-enabled N10 is much better in almost every single way, which explains why the Snapdragon 690-powered device typically goes for $299.99. That already reasonable price tag is currently reduced by a decent $60 in your B&H Photo Video cart with no questions asked and no strings attached, helping the OnePlus Nord N10 5G essentially eclipse all of the best affordable phones out there in terms of value for money.

Naturally, this is not a perfect device, but at $239.99, it arguably doesn't need to be to warrant your attention (and money), featuring among others a smooth 90Hz display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels, a 4,300mAh battery with 30W charging capabilities, a roomy 128 gigs of internal storage space paired with 6GB RAM, and a quad camera system composed of 64, 8, 2, and 2MP imaging sensors. Oh, and you also get both a microSD card slot and headphone jack.

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