In mid-June, OnePlus unveiled its cheapest 5G smartphone, the Nord N200. And now he finally fell into the hands of the blogger JerryRigEverything, who is famous for his tests of gadgets for strength.
So, JerryRigEverything has done some of its traditional tests: the body and side frames are scratched, which is not surprising, the fingerprint scanner continues to work even after contact with a sharp knife, and the pixels on the screen quickly recover from fire. It was disappointing that the camera module is made of plastic, so it is easily scratched, even though the lenses themselves are protected by glass.
The most interesting is the bend test, which many expensive models have failed. But OnePlus Nord N200 coped with it: the case did not bend, but the gadget continued to work. True, while something inside snapped. This did not affect the performance in any way, but the fact remains.