OnePlus is not giving up on the idea of making affordable smartphones. The new Nord N300 is due out in November.
While it is known about it, the smartphone will receive 33-watt charging, which is much better than the 18-watt in the Nord N200. At the same time, instead of SoC Snapdragon 480 in the current model, the novelty will receive a certain MediaTek platform, but it is not known which one. Given the support for 5G, this will clearly be a solution from the Dimensity family, so in any case, everything will be fine with performance.
It is also reported that the novelty will retain a 90-Hz screen, but whether it will be IPS or AMOLED is not reported.
As for the rest, the data is not yet available. You may recall that the Nord N200 is equipped with a 13-megapixel main camera, 4 GB of RAM and a 5000 mAh battery, so the new product should be at least as good.