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"Flagship killer" OnePlus may be best known for packing premium features into mid-range prices, but its tendency to make good phones affordable isn't limited to the mid-range tier.

The N100 joins the Nord series – along with the Nord N10 5G – as the company's most affordable handset to date. It costs just £179 and went on full sale on 16 November

While such a tiny tag obviously limits the phone from top-range features, the Nord N100 still manages to pack a 6.52in HD+ IPS LCD display, 64GB storage, a triple-camera setup, a whopping 5000mAh battery, and 18W fast charging – all powered with a Snapdragon 460 processor.

The N100 also operates on Oxygen OS – OnePlus's unique Android experience that makes its midrange flagships such a pleasure to use. Here's everything there is to know about the N100.

Here, we're keeping track of all retailers offering the Nord N100 on contract and SIM-free.

How much does the Nord N100 cost?

The N100 costs just £179/US$239.99. It's available with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, in Midnight Frost .

Where to buy the Nord N100 SIM-free

The Nord N100 is available to buy directly from OnePlus where it ships within three days. You can also buy it from Amazon where it has £20 off, and from John Lewis.

US shoppers can find the N100 on Amazon for $239.99.

We'll keep you posted with any other retailers as they're announced. Check out where to buy the £329 Nord N10 5G in the meantime.

Where to buy the Nord N100 on contract

In the UK, Three will be the only network carrier to offer the N100.

The network hasn't yet confirmed any plans yet, but stay tuned! We'll keep you posted with any offers and deals right here as soon as they're announced.

We're separately looking at the best OnePlus Nord Black Friday deals here, as well as the best Black Friday deals across all types of tech.

To see other amazing phones under £250 check out our round-up of the best budget phones of 2020.

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