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We asked, you told us: Most of you want a budget OnePlus Nord in the US


OnePlus Nord rear shot hero off angle

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When OnePlus announced it would be getting back to its roots and delivering a high-powered mid-range phone in the OnePlus Nord, fans were obviously excited. However, the hopes of fans in the United States were dashed when the company confirmed that there wouldn’t be a US OnePlus Nord.

Related: OnePlus Nord review: Get it for Oxygen OS and value for money

To be clear, the company did confirm that there would be other phones in the Nord series that it would bring to the US. OnePlus has yet to formally announce such a phone, though.

That got us thinking: are you excited about the possibility of a US OnePlus Nord? What about one that would directly compete with the likes of the Google Pixel 4a and the iPhone SE? We conducted one of our usual online surveys to find out how our readers feel about this, and the results are below.

US OnePlus Nord budget phone survey results

There were four possible answers to a simple question: would you buy a sub-$ 400 US OnePlus Nord? The possible answers were:

  • Yes, immediately
  • Yes, if the specs were decent
  • No, I wouldn’t buy a first-gen model
  • No, I have no interest

You can see the results in the pie charts above. Interestingly, there are some notable differences between the poll we ran here at Android Authority and the same poll on Twitter. It appears that many more Twitter users have no interest in a US OnePlus Nord, at least when compared to our readers here.

Regardless, the two polls make it clear that the majority of people are at the very least interested in a OnePlus Nord, whether that’s buying immediately or waiting to see a spec sheet. Conversely, the fewest number of people wouldn’t buy a Nord in the US because it would be a first-generation device. Apparently, that’s not a deciding factor for too many of you.

Some of your comments

As usual, the poll results only tell part of the story. Below are some comments from you about a US OnePlus Nord that we thought we should highlight.


EspHack
No. Just keep making the OnePlus 7 Pro for $ 399 instead. Why can’t everyone get this brilliant idea?

@dparag14
They’re randomly doing hard restarts (look it up). Glad I didn’t buy one.

@jgummen
Yes, if it has good specs, then I can go back to OnePlus.

@im_karma95
While it has better specs, I don’t know if I can part ways with Samsung.

Andrew Zuo
Only if they add a headphone jack.


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We asked, you told us: The iPhone SE camera slaps the OnePlus Nord


iPhone SE 2020 White Rear Camera Apple Logo

The OnePlus Nord was always likely to face some stark comparisons to rival devices when it launched earlier this month. Packing six cameras in total, the phone embraces the more is better philosophy, but does this translate into stellar performance?

Well, we can only really decide by comparing it to its contemporaries. While the rumored Pixel 4a isn’t yet here, the iPhone SE most assuredly is.

In a recent OnePlus Nord vs iPhone SE camera shootout, we asked you to weigh in with your thoughts and pick the overall winner. Here’s what you decided.

Which phone takes better photos: the OnePlus Nord or the iPhone SE?

oneplus nord or the iphone se shootout poll results

Results

We declared the iPhone SE as the marginal winner in our shootout but your votes and comments suggest a much larger gulf in quality between the two phones.

Of the over 4,000 votes cast, 65.4% believe that the iPhone SE shoots better photos. It’s not just a victory for the Apple device but rather the one-camera-to-rule-them-all philosophy as a whole.

The iPhone SE packs four fewer cameras than the Nord. A single 12MP sensor at the rear joins a 7MP camera up front. As the iPhone SE lacks an ultra-wide camera and macro sensor, we were unable to include comparisons there, so we imagine the Nord wins by default in that regard?

Related: OnePlus Nord vs iPhone SE: Which should you buy?

On that note, the Nord did receive just under 1,500 votes in our survey, or just under 35% of the thumbs up. That’s a fair response for a phone that arguably has a more versatile camera array. Despite this, there’s little doubt though that the OnePlus Nord’s 48MP snapper falls short of the iPhone SE. Shots snapped by the former lacked dynamic range, sharpness, and the color detail of its competitor’s prints. The Nord’s much larger 32MP selfie sensor doesn’t necessarily guarantee better shots either, something we’ve also noticed ourselves.

Quality versus quantity is the primary takeaway from this battle.

Here’s what you had to say

  • Neil T: For me there wasn’t a shocking amount of difference in terms of quality. It’s there, but not a night and day difference. The biggest difference for me was the Nord’s pics look cooler while the iPhone’s pics looked warmer.
  • Stephen C: iPhone is the winner here.
  • Hrvoyay: Nord is very soft, even blurry at times. Not great at all.
  • Ellio74: We were told OP was going to provide a flagship camera experience, it didn’t just say from which year…
  • Thomas: This comparison shows that megapixel count and number of cameras are so overrated. Oneplus should’ve invested more into having a good main camera instead of adding a useless depth and macro camera.
  • D9: iPhone for the win here, with the Nord being fairly mediocre. Oneplus should have ditched the additional useless camera sensors they included only to be able to say we have X number of cameras and instead had two quality cameras on the backside with good processing.
  • VJ: iPhone SE. And this just shows you don’t need to have tons of cameras on your phones. Put only 2 but very good ones and same money as well.
  • alfonzso: iPhone generally provides the most consistent photos. However, to me it seems like Nord’s colors are more realistic (guessing, since I didn’t see the scenes with my own eyes) in most of the shots.

That’s it for the results of our OnePlus Nord vs iPhone SE camera poll. Thanks for the votes and comments. If you have comments on the results of our shootout, be sure to drop them down below.


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We asked, you told us: You are willing to pay up for a ‘perfect’ Wear OS watch


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It seems like companies are launching high-end Wear OS smartwatches left and right. At the beginning of the year, Suunto launched the $ 500 Suunto 7, its first real smartwatch and one of the best Wear OS watches you can buy right now.

Now, Montblanc and Tag Heuer are launching new, super expensive Wear OS smartwatches. The Montblanc Summit 2 Plus costs $ 1,170, while the new Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch goes for a whopping $ 1,800.

That got us thinking. If a company made a Wear OS smartwatch that was perfect for you, how much would you pay for it? I’m talking no compromises and every single feature you want on a smartwatch, but it’s running Wear OS. We asked you last week how much you’d be willing to pay, and the results are pretty interesting.

How much would you pay for an ‘Ultra’ Wear OS watch?

Results

Out of almost 2,000 total votes, 64% of Android Authority readers said they’d still only pay the “average” amount of money for a perfect Wear OS smartwatch: between $ 100 and $ 300.

29.5% of voters said they’d pay much more for a perfect Wear OS watch. 27.2% would pay somewhere between $ 300 and $ 1,000, while 2.3% of voters said they’d pay over $ 1,000.

Finally, 6.5% of voters wouldn’t pay any amount of money for a perfect Wear OS device.

More posts about smartwatches

Here’s what you had to say

Here are some of the best comments from last week’s poll explaining why they voted the way that they did:

  • Monk: I’d go for up to 500… Good battery, rugged. Not a name brand per say but not some knock off startup company. It’s gotta work with any Android phone. I have a phone, so I don’t need 3g 4g or 5g… Maybe enough data to do texts for when I’m away from my phone but I don’t need to watch videos or anything. I’d want heart rate and 02 sensor. Sleep tracking that works well. Some other medical miracle that hasn’t been done yet. Easy to use reminders (guess a top of the line assistant that doesn’t need data to do most tasks)In terms of design thin enough to not feel bulky. Round face without a flat tire. A dual screen for low power consumption. A new design where the buttons aren’t huge, so you could wear it comfortably on either wrist without pushing them by mistake. Comfortable band that you don’t have to buy an aftermarket one and hope for the best. Then instead of over designing a new pixel with maybe some people like the soli stuff but instead throw that R/D into wear OS and make it
  • DBS: WearOS is a sh*tshow. Unpolished, unfinished, unsupported. Even Google seems to have forgotten it. So I wouldn’t buy anything over 100€ running it. Only if the watch was under 100€ would I consider it. Since there’s no option for that…Option 1 it is.
  • jdrch: I wouldn’t buy it, not because “I hate Wear OS” (LMAO wat) but because I’m not about to buy yet another device that needs to be charged. I already rock a Bluetooth headset, phone, and backup power bank everywhere. Don’t need a 4th.
  • Lee: I’ve removed Google pay from my watch due to constant inconsistency of it being fussy about where exactly on the terminal it makes connection, or it deciding to quit or freeze right at the point of payment. A smart ring works flawlessly without any of this & requires no charging. Unless you have a watch with that charges itself it’s just not worth it, you can still have Google assistant through earphones.
  • mejustsayin: I have the gear s2 classic. it is almost the ideal watch. the perfect smartwatch for me is small, takes phone notifications, able to make payments (prefer samsung pay) and don’t have all the health tracking features. It will be a while before I will be in the market for a new watch. I just cannot see getting a new watch every few years at the current prices. when I am in the market, wear os will be considered and I will pay to get what I want and need – within reason.
  • none: If it has a square screen, and it isn’t made by Samsung, I’ll buy it…
  • Chris Jewell: I bought the Montblanc Summit 2 a year ago for about $ 950. The point about paying the extra dollars is that you get a quality timepiece as far as hardware and aesthetics. For example it is virtually scratch proof and the leather strap still looks good. It’s a beautiful watch and I’ve had a lot of compliments. I know that WearOS has a bad reputation but on my watch it’s super fast and responsive. The battery lasts about 16 hrs with regular usage which isn’t stellar but I’m OK with that. I know that in 5 years or so the software will likely be obsolete and the battery will have deteriorated but I’m kind of hoping that those things can be repaired. If not, I’m still happy with my purchase.
  • Harry Knuckles: My fitbit versa 2 is awesome and only cost $ 180. Buying “Luxury” technology is just like waving a flag saying I’m foolish.
  • funkpod: I put down the $ 300 to $ 1000 option, only because I could see spending$ 350 or even$ 400. If it is like the Apple Watch quality, then yeah, I’d pay that much. But not $ 1k.

That’s it for this week. As always, thanks for voting, thanks for the comments, and don’t forget to let us know what you thought of the results below!

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We asked, you told us: Most people use Google Assistant for a variety of things


Google Assistant prompt on the Google Pixel 3 XL

I consider myself a pretty boring Google Assistant user. I use it quite frequently on my phones and Google Home speakers, but really only to ask it general questions and to tell me the weather.

That’s why we asked you last week to tell us what you use Google Assistant for. Are you a boring user like me, or do you command your smart home with the voice assistant? Out of over 1,400 total votes, the results were actually pretty even.

Which video chat apps do you use?

Results

18% of voters said they use Google Assistant for controlling their smart home products, 16.6% use it to ask general questions, and 16.5% use it to play music around their house. 15.1% use it to set reminders, and 14.6% use Assistant to ask about the weather.

More posts about Google Assistant

Noteworthy comments

Here are some of the best comments from last week’s poll explaining why they voted the way that they did:

  • I don’t. Because, even though I live in town – and have 5 bars on my 4-month old G8 – when, while driving down the road I say, “OK Google, call (my brother) 70% of the time I get:” I’m sorry, I can’t reach the internet right now. So I use Cortana instead. Just makes me appreciate how well the voice assistant in Windows Phone worked 5 years ago and what a useless disaster Android is in this area.
  • I use assistant for everything
  • Mainly Google broadcast to call everyone to meals and in this heat using smart plugs to turn fans on and off.
  • I use it quite a bit while driving to send text messages.
  • Smart home control, broadcasts around the house, and definitely routines for me. And alarms, timers, shopping list, music… Okay. We use ours a lot.
  • I use it ONLY to set my alarms for work or any special occasion

That’s it for this week, everyone. As always, thanks for voting, thanks for the comments, and don’t forget to let us know what you thought of the results below!

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