See what Nord 2T 5G has different from Nord 2 model

Nord 2T 5G is no less than its previous Nord 2 model in any way. It has got some updation by including a proper mid-range processor, an upgraded fast-charging system, a quality display, and a capable primary camera with optical image stabilization (OIS).

This phone is available for Rs. 28,999 in online and offline markets across India. But despite such competing price tags, it’s a bit difficult for this model to stand in the market. Because the market has phones like Redmi that not only give you features like this but are also cheaper than this one. Let’s see what makes it different from any other phone.

It doesn’t come with a lot of change than the prior one had in the Nord 2 model. But still, there are a few features that we can see. starting from the camera module that has two large circular cutouts. One of the cutouts has a primary camera and the second has ultra-wide and monochrome cameras. Its design from the back side does give it a unique look. Its screen is 6.43 inches wide and has an AMOLED display. Its 1080×2400 px (409 PPI) gives you an awesome experience. Gorilla Glass 5 Protection provides it unbreakable and scratch-proof. 8GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage makes it hassle-free to use.

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