OnePlus Nord N10 5G brings the most affordable premium 5G experience to the market. It brings the power of 5G to more consumers along with burdenless user experience, 90 Hz smooth display, Warp charge 30T, and high-quality quad-camera performance.
Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, Google Fi and H2O
N10 5G built for 5G, featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 chipset powered by an octa-core CPU. *5G service only available on T-Mobile
Quad-rear-camera, 64MP main
N10 5G's adds three cameras on top of the 64MB main camera, including a 119° ultra-wide, macro, and monochrome
6.49"FHD display with 90Hz
A 90Hz display boosts smoothness and responsiveness
N10 5G has 128 GB of storage — expandable up to 512 GB with a microSD card* — enough space for pretty much everything.
A:AnswerThis Oneplus phone is universal unlocked and works with ALL US carriers. This includes ATT, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile. It also works with prepaid carriers including Cricket, MetroPCS, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, Google Fi and H2O. I own a Oneplus phone and it also works with Straight Talk which is who I have. Something to take note of, it says the 5G on this Nord only works with T-Mobile's 5G. Hope this helps!!
A:AnswerIn terms of technology, yes. However, AT&T is currently blocking 5G on a lot of unlocked devices because they want you to buy their branded devices. There's a "Service Capabilities Unlocked Devices" list on their website that lists which unlocked devices they'll allow to use 5G. Those are basically the iPhone 12, the newest Galaxy devices (mostly the S20 and S21 versions), and the Pixel 5G devices. Otherwise, they're blocking a lot of devices from using 5G despite the device's ability to do it. This will likely change in the future, but really, right now 5G isn't awesome in most places anyway as the network is still evolving.
A:AnswerYou can DIY the Sim Card, but you'll need another phone to activate it on your cell network before you can use it. Then you can transfer your stuff from your old phone to the new cell with included apps.