The 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB models will retail at Rs 27,999 and Rs 29,999. The smartphone, which is 5G ready, comes in two colour options - Blue Marble and Gray Onyx.
OnePlus said that the Nord product line follows the company's new global business strategy, which includes introducing new products at more affordable price segments.
The company is going to start relatively small with this new product line by first introducing it in Europe and India.
Although it’s not unusual for OnePlus products to be sold off within minutes of their launch, there were speculations that the Galwan incident would take the shine off the brand’s latest offering.
OnePlus aims to deliver a premium and more accessible connected ecosystem experience to its users.
The OnePlus 8 (8GB+128GB) is priced at $699 while 12GB+265GB version will cost $799 in the US.
The logo introduces a new curvilinear "1" that is easier to read while adjusting the weight of the logotype for better overall balance.
Additionally, OnePlus is also expected to launch the OnePlus 8 and the OnePlus 8 Pro in the coming months.
Putting together all the rumours and speculations, the likely specs sheet could include an obvious Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip and Android 10 bits.
The band’s music deals with a range of topics like love (Choo Loo), hope (Aaoge Tum Kabhi, Aaftaab) and self-belief (Khudi).
OnePlus suffered a similar security breach in January last year when hackers gained access to the data of nearly 40,000 users.
The battery depletion appears to be caused by the messaging app's version 2.19.308 and has been affected users even with limited usage of WhatsApp.
The brand’s widest ever portfolio is also helping it target users looking to upgrade at various price tiers within the all-important premium market.
The company has also partnered with large format retail chains to strengthen its offline presence.
The company plans to set up 100 exclusive stores across the country by 2020. Roughly 75 per cent of these outlets will be company-owned and company-operated.