OnePlus Nord 2T, OnePlus 10R, OnePlus Nord 3, and more arriving by September, launch timeline tipped

OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite, OnePlus Nord 2T, OnePlus 10R, OnePlus Nord 3, and OnePlus 10 Ultra will all release by September.

Highlights
  • OnePlus will launch as many as six smartphones this year
  • The list includes four Nord-branded smartphones and two devices in the OnePlus 10 series
  • OnePlus will also launch a Nord smartwatch and a Y-series 4K TV in India soon

OnePlus smartphones have frequently been making headlines these days as news leaks surrounding the OnePlus Nord 2T, Nord CE 2 Lite, Nord 3, OnePlus 10R, and more have been coming to light. Not only that, but OnePlus is also planning to launch other products like a Nord-branded smartwatch and a new Y-series 43-inch 4K TV in India. It seems OnePlus is looking to rapidly expand its portfolio in 2022. Gone are the days when the OnePlus launched one flagship killer smartphone and a T series upgrade in a year. Today, we have a roadmap of all OnePlus smartphones expected to launch by September, courtesy of tipster Yogesh Brar. Let’s have a look.

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OnePlus launch roadmap tipped

According to the tipster, OnePlus will start its launch marathon with the OnePlus 10 Pro, which is set to make its Indian debut by the end of March. Next in the line is the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite that will become official next month, i.e., April.

Next up is the OnePlus Nord 2T, which will release by the end of April or in early May. Interestingly, skipping the vanilla OnePlus 10, the brand is preparing to launch the OnePlus 10R in May.

Moving from the 2nd-gen Nord series, OnePlus will announce the 3rd-gen Nord smartphone, called OnePlus Nord 3, in July. However, the rumour mill has that OnePlus may name it the OnePlus Nord Pro in some markets. Finally, OnePlus will cap off the year with the OnePlus 10 Ultra aka OnePlus 10 Pro Plus, which should be announced in September.

With all these Nord and 10-series smartphone launches, OnePlus will definitely have a busy year. It, however, will be interesting to see how the company manages to keep all the handsets’ software up-to-date and bug-free.