It resembles T-Mobile’s exclusivity over the OnePlus Nord N20 5G has ended as the Chinese handset maker announced that the unlocked version of the mid-range phone is now available for purchase in the United States.
Currently the phone is not on the list US company websitebut customers will soon be able to pick it up for just $300. In addition to OnePlus, Amazon and Best Buy also sells the unlocked Nord N20 5G for the same price.
More importantly, OnePlus has revealed the US carriers that will support the unlocked Nord N20 5G, and judging by the announcement, Verizon is the only big name missing from the list. Those who absolutely must take advantage of the phone 5G support must activate it on one of the following networks: T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile, Google Fi, Mint Mobile, Simple Mobile, and Ultra Mobile.
The smartphone works fine on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, and Tracfone, but you’re limited to 4G LTE. The Nord N20 5G doesn’t work on Verizon’s network at all, so if the Big Red is your carrier of choice, you might want to skip this one.
Again, the phone should hit shelves on June 27, so if you can’t find it on Amazon, Best Buy or OnePlus yet, check back in a few hours.
In related news, OnePlus has announced that the Nord N20 5G will also be launched today on Mint Mobile. Obviously, you can also unlock and use it with Ryan Reynolds’ carrier.