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OnePlus Nord N30 5G | Unlocked Dual-SIM Android Smart Phone | 6.7″ LCD Display | 8 +128GB | 5000 mAh Battery | 50W Fast Charging | 108MP Camera | Chromatic Gray Cell Phones & Accessories

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About this item 108MP Triple Camera with 3x Lossless Zoom and Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) – titanic main camera that captures clear, high-detail photos with 9-in-1 pixel binning tech that absorbs more light for brighter, more colorful images. Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 Chipset – With up to 8GB of expandable virtual RAM that will have you swiping and switching between apps at blistering speed. 50W SUPERVOOC Endurance Edition + 5,000 mAh Battery – A day’s power in just 30 minutes. SUPERVOOC Endurance Edition charging and Battery Health Engine technology increase the battery’s lifespan and prevent over-charging. 6.7” 120 Hz Display + Dual Stereo Speakers – Lose yourself in your favorite movies and shows with a massive LCD display and a speedy 120 Hz adaptive refresh rate that saves on battery + 200% Ultra Volume Mode to tune into the dual stereo speakers. OxygenOS 13.1 – Fast and Smooth experience and incredible features including Quick Start and Gaming Tools, with Game Focus Mode and improved app optimisation. 5G Enabled Dual-SIM – The OnePlus Nord N30 is the perfect entry-level 5G phone, featuring premium specs and an affordable price. *5G compatible with T-mobile, Google Fi, Mint Mobile, Metro by TMO, Simple Mobile. 5G available in selected areas, please check with your carrier. (Dual-SIM is SIM & SIM/MicroSD)

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N30 5G N20 5 N200 5G OnePlus 10T 5G OnePlus 11 One Plus N30 5G One Plus N20 5G OnePlus N200 5G OnePlus 10T 5G OnePlus 11 5G 5G Enabled, Unlocked ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ Screen LCD, 120hz, FHD+, 6.7″ AMOLED, 60hz, FHD+, 6.43″ LCD, 90hz, FHD+, 6.49″ AMOLED 120HZ, FHD+, 6.7″ AMOLED 120HZ, QHD+, 6.7″ CPU 8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G (6 nm), Adreno 619 8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G (6 nm), Adreno 619 8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G (8 nm), Adreno 619 8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4 nm), Adreno 730 8-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, Adreno 740 Rear Camera 108MP+2MP+2MP 64MP+2MP+2MP 13MP + 2MP + 2MP 50MP +8MP + 2MP 50MP + 48MP + 32MP Front Camera 16 MP, f/2.4 16 MP, f/2.4 16 MP, f/2.1 16 MP, f/2.4 16 MP, f/2.5 Battery 5000mAh 4500mAh 5000mAh 4800mAh 5000mAh Fast Charging 50W (Charger In Box) 33W (Charger In Box) 18W (Charger In Box) 125W (Charger In Box) 80W (Charger In Box) Maximum RAM, Internal and Expandable Storage 8GB RAM + 128GB + (Up To) 512GB SD Storage 6GB RAM + 128GB + (Up To) 512GB SD Storage 4GB RAM + 64GB + (Up To) 256GB SD Storage 16GB RAM + 256GB 16GB RAM + 256GB Fingerprint Reader Side button Under Display Side button Under Display Under Display Release Date June, 2023 April, 2022 June, 2021 August 2022 February 2023

Wireless Carrier


Model Name

Nord N30

SIM card slot count

Dual SIM

Memory Storage Capacity

128 GB

Ram Memory Installed Size

8 GB

Memory Slots Available


CPU Manufacturer


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4.3 4.3 out of 5 stars

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Refresh Rate

120 Hz

Model Number


Whats in the box

OnePlus Nord N30 5G, Charger Adapter, Type-C Cable, Welcome Start Guide, SIM Tray Ejector




Chromatic Gray


1 Pounds

Warranty Description

1 year manufacturer

Operating System


Display Resolution Maximum

2400 x 1080 Pixels

Display Type




Water Resistance Level

Water Resistant

Cellular Technology


Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB

Wireless network technology


Connector Type

USB Type C

Form Factor


Biometric Security Feature

Fingerprint Recognition



Audio Jack

3.5 mm

Screen Size

6.7 Inches

Special Feature

Dual SIM

Battery Capacity


Battery Description


Charging Time

47 minutes

Battery Power


Front Photo Sensor Resolution

16 MP

Other camera features


Video Capture Resolution


Connectivity Technology

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB

20 reviews for OnePlus Nord N30 5G | Unlocked Dual-SIM Android Smart Phone | 6.7″ LCD Display | 8 +128GB | 5000 mAh Battery | 50W Fast Charging | 108MP Camera | Chromatic Gray Cell Phones & Accessories

  1. MekoH

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice looking quality phone

    I wanted a phone that no one I knows have. Yes I’m that person! Lol. So I was torn between this and Google Pixel 6/7. Somewhere while doing my research I came across an article that mentionedsomething negative about the Pixel. Can’t remember now what it was, but it persuaded me to go with the OneNord. I love this phone. It’s solid but not too heavy. It’s fast from switching from apps, tabs, and fast when charging. My only 2 complaints are 1). It seems like my Wi-Fi is constantly disconnecting on it’s on and I have to constantly reconnect. Even though it’s set to manually reconnect and my Internet works fine. It has to because I work from home. 2). Is that when I hold phone with my shoulder (when I’m cooking), my cheeks hits the buttons which is so annoying. (Yes I have ear buds but I lose them or have to remember where I last saw them). But the screen should lock so that it doesn’t do that. Instead I have to manually lock it myself. Not a deal breaker there but the wi- fi disconnecting does have me want to look at my warranty info. If it weren’t for that this phone is a keeper for me. I’m an Android woman and I don’t need a lot of bells and whistles even though I’m sure this phone can do a lot. I just need to find where I put the

    3 people found this helpful

  2. 800-Big-Mike800-Big-Mike

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than my Samsung

    The best phone you never knew about. Why is it the major carriers have us choose between Samsung or I-phone? Because it’s all a scam. This phone cost me $220.00 It comes with a $70 brick charger and a protective case. It’s unlocked. I read all the reviews and watched every video. The real life reality.. it’s as good & even better than 2 of my Samsungs. I paired it with mint mobile & ditched at&t. $220.00 for the phone & $180 for 12 months of no commitment service from mint aka T-Mobile. That’s about what I was paying for 3 months with at&t in addition to the 3 year commitment and the notorious “disappearing trade” scam from the big 3.

  3. Pat MartinPat Martin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than $1000 phone?

    I’ve had and tested dozens of Android smartphones since the first ones became available after I “survived” 4 defective Apple iPhones. Today, my best phone is Samsung Note 20 Ultra or is it? I say this based on 4 days of testing OnePlus Nord N30 G BECAUSE:*FINGERPRINT SENSOR is fastest I’ve ever tried and that also includes the one on front of my Samsung Note 20 Ultra and back of my Pixel 4a5G. I can now instantly biometric log into all my account apps.*SCREEN BRIGHTNESS beats all my other phones which I need in bright Nevada sunlight. One+ N30 5G is brightest at 680 Nits*BATTERY CHARGER is 50W which NONE of my other phones came with. The One+ was 53% charged when I opened the sealed factory box and using the provided charger, it reached100% in 12 minutes.*DOWNLOAD SPEEDS. My ISP provides 700Mbps of wired (Ethernet) speed. Prior to the One+, I tested Umidigit F3 Pro 5G and TCL 40X 5G. Best WiFi download they reached was 124Mbps. One+ is delivering OVER 290Mbps (based on multiple Ookla and Fast dot com tests.*GREAT WITH JETHRO MOBILE. I purchased their $55/year 500/500/500 ($4.58/mo) plan knowing that they use T-Mobile towers. My office is less than a mile from a tower so 5G download speed on One+ registered with speedtest at 258Mbps download.*ALL FAV APPS WORK PERFECTLY! When stuck in waiting rooms, I can watch live or recorded TV using the free BeeTV, Cinema, LiveNeTV or Redbox.*CAMERA. IMHO it’s better than many pro reviewers say. Yes, it lacks image stabilization but unless you have shaky hands, the auto-focus sharpmess, bokeh, color accuracy and saturation is comparable to my $1,000 Samsung. Attached candid test pic of my 4legged son is cropped but 100% unretouchedCONS. Only 2 so far. I wish the voilume buttons were on right side with the power/fingerprint button. Like others have said, back of phone is a smudge magnet but as soon as Amazon delivers the TPU back cover I ordered, that issue will be resolved.The bottom line is that I am LOVING this new phone BUT if anything changes, I will update this review.

    27 people found this helpful

  4. love to read

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    For the price, a powerful unlocked phone

    After 3 weeks of using the phone, here’s a short pro/con listing:Pro:-fast response time-clear screen even in sunlight-clear audio on voice calls-good battery life-easy transfer of files from previous phone-Camera OK for my usesCon–just a few:Power off sequence is difficult: pressing two buttons on opposite sides of phone to shut down seems overly complicated on a big phone. Why so difficult?Doesn’t like Sync3 in my car to stream music, I have to use :media” instead of apps to get it to stream and lose some ability to control music. Any ideas on this?For $229, this was a great deal. I compared it to the MOT 5G Power and SAMSUNG A14 in a side by side compariso, and this was clearly better for about the same $.

  5. T. Brian Loos

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I would buy it again

    I was always an LG fan but had to try other phone brands and decide which one I wanted to use in the future. On black Friday I saw this phone for $ 70.- cheaper than the list price of 299.- I like the Oxygen OS and the fast-charging 5000mA battery, the display is very sharp and has great colors and all the other features, especially the dual SIM card slot.It doesn’t have wifi calling though and you can’t put a SD card in when you use two SIM cards.

    One person found this helpful

  6. Jesus C.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best phone under 300$ I ever had…

    Android user for life….never ever want to spend over 300$… surprisingly fast and efficient…multitasking is magical…has NFC because I forgot my wallet… battery lasts for almost 2 days…30% gave me 7 hours…charges fast like 30 minutes to 100%…if all you have is 300 or less this phone is all you need…I didn’t get paid for this review but my next phone should be free homie

  7. Reina

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect gift for relative looking for phone

    Had an older relative that recently cracked their screen badly on their older phone. Ordered this as a replacement phone for them.Was super easy to setup and has been working great for them so far. They’re delighted with the performance and upgrade from their previously roughly 2year old phone, so all in all its been a hit as a gift.

  8. Ana Marquez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Wow! This is a great phone worth the cost

    After going back and forth for a new phone and not wanting to break the bank I took the chance on this. I’ve been very impressed after transferring my old phones information (Samsung S8) to this new phone via USB-c it’s been getting the job done for a fraction of the cost. I hear some complaints about this phones camera functions but overall it’s a great camera it’s not like it’s a Polaroid or Kodak. You’ll be very impressed.

  9. D. Johnson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I would buy again

    I bought this phone because physically it has features I want but there is also the OS OxygenOS so this is my thoughts on both.I wanted an unlocked phone that works with TracFone. I wanted NFC, minimum of 128gb storage plus the ability to use my micro sd, 5g though 5g was not a deal breaker. As I looked I became aware a 3.5 headphone jack is rarely available on most new phones and I use that daily and it’s available on the N30.I had no problems activating the phone and transferring my TracFone service, I used a TracFone sim and the menu available on the TracFone website. The phone functions well everything I was looking for. It does have one physical drawback in my mind and that is the location of the volume keys. The power is on the right and volume on the left and it’s easy trying to change the volume to press the power at the same time. In OxygenOS the power button and volume down key activate the power menu to restart or power off and it’s easy to press both unintentionally. The battery I’m happy with only charging once a day with the supplied charging block and cable. It will quick charge in about 20 minutes. Overall I am please with the device. The sound is wonderful, the camera good but the interface is different then I previously had. I work from home and use wifi calling without an issue.The OxygenOS is the other part, I have adjusted to most of the differences but it’s not what I view as my OS of choice. An example the phone would go to sleep while I was looking at it, I looked for a setting to keep focus while I was looking at the screen but for the life of me I couldn’t find an obvious named setting. I continued looking and I have changed so focus stays on but trying so many things I can’t tell you which setting changed it. I use Niagra launcher and it makes a change in OS less dramatic. There are two apps I have been unable to uninstall, “Red Cable Club” and the “OneplusClock” I prefer the Google clock I’ve been using for years.I would buy this phone again, it has all the features I was looking for and some of those are being eliminated in new phones.

    38 people found this helpful

  10. charles tunis

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding Battery life

    The battery life is simply extraordinary. I charge it about once every 4 days. I can’t believe how many options there are to customise the phone to your liking. The price is remarkable low for such an excellent phone. You won’t regret buying this phone

  11. KatzenBooks

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Get this phone. It’s a great value.

    I had never heard of the OnePlus brand until recently, but they seem to have a very good reputation. The Nord n30 kept topping the list of best lower-cost phones, so I took a chance and I’m so glad. My old phone was glitching a lot, basically acting like it was on the verge of total failure. I wanted to get something of reasonable quality, and fortunately, Amazon lets you pay in installments with no interest. That makes a big difference when money is tight, and at the holidays in particular.It’s thin and light, and the screen is about as big as it can get without being ridiculous. That’s perfect if you’re 40+ and don’t see as well anymore. The downside is that if you happen to have small hands, it may take some getting used to – it’s just the slightest bit of a reach. The display is bright and beautiful, and it’s super quick with no lagging. If you watch videos or listen to music you’ll notice that the sound quality is amazing, particularly with earphones.I take a lot of photos, so the camera was important too. This one is very nice and I’ve gotten some excellent pics of the cat (and really, what else are cameras for?). I tested it on notoriously difficult holiday lights at night, and it did very well. Looking forward to landscapes and snow scenes. And more cat. The only thing that bugs me is I keep accidentally minimizing apps by swiping too close to the bottom where the functions are. That’s something you have to acclimate to, but hopefully I’ll get there soon.Overall this is an excellent choice if you want a high quality phone that doesn’t cost half a month’s rent.

    39 people found this helpful

  12. Yalal Besereni

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best ever smartphone for price

    OnePlus smartphones are known for their sleek design, high-quality displays, fast performance, and a clean user interface. They often come with powerful processors, ample RAM, and large batteries to provide a smooth and efficient user experience. Additionally, OnePlus devices usually offer impressive camera systems with multiple lenses for versatile photography.When reviewing a specific model like the OnePlus Nord N30 5G, it’s essential to consider its display quality, processing power, camera capabilities, battery life, software features, and overall user experience. Detailed comparisons with similar devices in terms of price and specifications are also helpful in evaluating its value in the market.If you have any specific questions about the OnePlus Nord N30 5G or any other topic, feel free to ask!

    8 people found this helpful

  13. Justin Time

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    There is a lot to like here for the money.

    I’m conflicted even writing this but here goes…. This thing is impressive for the price paid.I am a HUGE Samsung fan. I HATE Apple. I always spend the most money for the newest phone with as much memory as offered. My thought being it will last until the next time I need a phone. It will remain relevant, the tech won’t be obsolete, and presumably I’m buying a quality product.That mentality has served me well… Until it didn’t. My S22 Ultra is having connectivity problems. We’ll it really isn’t that old and I owe $700+ on it still. So I was in a tough spot, fixing it means a bill probably North of $300(maybe more) and then I would still owe the money on top of it. I didn’t thi k either option was right. Paying it off seemed too expensive. Fixing it seemed silly, and ultimately too expensive.So in the short term I went and found the cheapest phone I could stomach. A Motorola something or other for $150. It had 4G of RAM which caused Microsoft Teams to not even start on my phone. It just instantly crashed. So for awhile I just used that as my Hotspot for my Samsung (which had its drawbacks for sure).That isn’t working. Alright I can still return this Motorola. What else for a little more money might be better? A refurb? Nope… Still $300+ in anything I would accept. I read. I researched. I finally come to the One Plus. Lots of nice things are said about the phone and fresh of my recent “cheap phone” experience, let’s just say I was dubious.It goes on sale for $230. Alright for $230 I’ll bite.I got to tell you… For a $230 it’s hard to gripe. Is it perfect? NOPE. is it a flagship Samsung phone. NOPE. For $230,I give it some grace. RAM 8G which is so so, it supports virtual RAM up to 16G. Not as good as real RAM but MORE than serviceable. 128G of memory alright that’s not great but guess what… It supports an SD card. Boom. Doesn’t matter. The OS is largely free of anything I hate. It’s functional. Some quirks here and there… But I adjusted pretty darn quick. The quick charge battery may be worth it alone. This thing just amazes me how quickly it charges. Is it good for the batteries longevity? I doubt it. However at $230, I don’t really care. I am a POWER USER, a 5,000ma battery is good. Still not good enough for me. I figure I’d need a 10,000ma battery maybe a little more to meet my demands. The fast charge though, it gets lower than I like, blast it with the supercharger, 20 minutes later and I’m back in the game. The finger print scanner, I didn’t think that it would be natural or useful where it is on the side. Not true. Dang thing works flawlessly always.True downsides. The camera… It surely isn’t a Samsung. Now, I’ll give it props, in full light and still photos it’s adequate. Not great, but it does the job. In the dark though… Oi oi oi…. Hot garbage. The screen gets bright, it really does, but it needs to be brighter, by… Shoot I don’t know: 25-35%. It’s manageable though. I honestly think those are my only gripes.Its responsive and plenty fast at running the things I need it to do. I’m kind of shaken up about it because I’m not sure at this point I’ll maintain my same theory about phone ownership. At $230 for…. 70% of the goodness let’s say, I have a hard time thinking that $1400 for a new phone makes a lot of sense. Bravo One Plus. This is impressive.

    49 people found this helpful

  14. Doug

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great phone

    First the pros: great battery life, very quick charge. It charges in about 20 minutes. Beautiful screen display. The camera is very good. Speaker provides a great sound. Some reviewers complained about bloatware, but I did not encounter any such apps. Very nice refresh rate, smooth scrolling. Plenty of storage. For the price, I have no issues with this phone.Now, the cons:

    9 people found this helpful

  15. Mr.Carnivore

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value for the money

    Great phone, work’s better than expected, very quick to charge, only down side is doesn’t work with my android auto in my 2024 Honda CRV and seems to collect a lot of dust on the screen

    One person found this helpful

  16. Fastmoneyfetty

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing phone, Great features at a killer price

    Love this phone, I had the nord n20 which I really liked. However this phone is far superior. The screen looks amazing, the colors on everything look way more vibrant than the n20. Anything you do loads lightning fast. The speakers are way louder and more crisp than the n20. All around this phone looks and feels more expensive than it is. I owned a Google pixel 6 and a nord n20 previous to this. The pixel was trash, I didn’t like it at all. Garbage phone for the almost $600 I bought it for, however if it was a $100 budget phone than I could see it being alright. The n20 was a great phone, way better than the Google pixel. The N30 is FAR superior in every way, if I didn’t know the price I would have guessed it being a flagship $1000 range phone because that’s exactly how the feels, looks and the luxurious features make it seem. 11/10 would buy again. This is my 3rd OnePlus phone and it won’t be my last. Imo they make the best phones on the market, can’t wait to see what they come up with next.

    44 people found this helpful

  17. CT Guy

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Probably the worst smart phone I’ve ever owned.

    The screen auto brightness feature sucks. It constantly changes it darker. The phone has become warped just from putting it in my pocket. Some apps seem to act up on it, where I never had an issue on my other phones. You have to open a separate app to read QR codes, not just open the camera. Among others. The battery life is good though.

  18. P. Cameron

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great inexpensive phone.

    We purchased (2) and find them easy to set up and working well. Good battery life and quick response. Good phone for not a big price.

    One person found this helpful

  19. Ross

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great battery performance, but lacks the slider to put the phone on do not disturb

    I replaced my broken OnePlus 6, which was an older premium higher class OnePlus phone. I paid a lot less for this phone. I will say that spec-wise it is about equivalent and it has much faster internet access and 5G which I did not have before. I am very satisfied with the phone except for one aspect. The OnePlus 6 had a little slider on it. When you go to bed, you just slide it up to vibrate only, or one more to the totally silent position. On this phone you have to go sign in, then swipe up, then swipe down twice to get to the Do Not Disturb button and then click it. So I have set up a schedule so it does this automatically, but I wish I did not have to do this. This does not solve the problem if I go to a movie and don’t want to not annoy others. So overall for the money, a great phone.

  20. C. Jack

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    nice and clear display…

    I like that this phone has a good battery life and charges superfast. The display is crisp and clear — again something I like. The speakers allow me to listen to a lecture while driving if put on my shoulder. The one thing I dislike, and it is probably a part of the OS, is that I cannot delete portions of a message thread; the only option is to delete the entire thread. Also, I am used to a quick and easy way to add contact info to an incoming text. I go round and round trying to figure out how to do this with this OS. This is definitely an improvement to my Samsung and Motorola phones. No real bloatware. The automated “clean app” bing from T Mobile did not work despite multiple bings. That’s OK just as long as I can do it manually. This is my second Nord OnePlus phone. It won’t be my last. I already have the extension tablet with keyboard — I like that I can “cast” my phone to that bigger work/viewing surface — and I have the Pro2 earbuds. For a brand that I never heard of before seeing them on Mint Mobile, I am pleasantly surprised at the usability. and innovations. Their red cable recharger even speed recharges my Samsung work phone. It’s hard not to follow what they are doing…

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