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Updated January 10, 2024·

If you prioritize a better camera system and don't mind spending slightly more, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ would be the right choice, featuring superior photo and video quality and additional camera features like HDR video. However, if budget is your main concern and you prefer a newer model with longer battery life, then the OnePlus Nord N200 could suit you better despite its comparatively lower camera performance. Note that the S10+ has an OLED screen and a high resolution, which typically translates to better display quality, while the N200 has a higher refresh rate LCD screen that might offer a smoother visual experience in some cases. Both run Android and have similar features in terms of connectivity, but if wireless charging and a premium build are important to you, the Galaxy S10+ would be the better option as it has a glass back and supports wireless charging, unlike the N200's plastic build. Give Feedback

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Key differences

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Overall Camera Quality

Nord N200
Galaxy S10+
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ and OnePlus Nord N200 both have poor overall camera quality, though the Samsung Galaxy S10+ has somewhat better overall camera quality.

Photo Quality

Nord N200
Galaxy S10+
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ and OnePlus Nord N200 both have poor photos, though the Samsung Galaxy S10+ takes somewhat better photos.

Video Quality

Nord N200
Galaxy S10+
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ and OnePlus Nord N200 both have poor videos, though the Samsung Galaxy S10+ takes somewhat better videos.


9.3 Hours
Nord N200
Galaxy S10+
7.3 Hours
The OnePlus Nord N200 has 9.3 hours of battery life. The Samsung Galaxy S10+ has 7.3 hours of battery life.


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The OnePlus Nord N200 has a price of $200 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ costs $184.
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How the OnePlus Nord N200 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ compare to other phones

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Spec Comparison

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OnePlus Nord N200Samsung Galaxy S10+
OnePlus Nord N200Samsung Galaxy S10+


Operating System
Release Date
June 25, 2021March 8, 2019


Screen Size
2400 x 10803040 x 1440
Variable refresh rate
Pixels Per Inch
Display Type


Internal Storage
64 gb128 gb
4 gb6 gb


Overall Camera Quality Score
Photos Score
Videos Score
Rear Cameras
Main, MacroMain, Ultrawide, Telephoto
Main Camera
13 megapixels12 megapixels + OIS


Battery Life
9.3 hours7.3 hours
Battery Capacity
5000 mah4100 mah
Wireless Charging
Wireless charging Speed
0 w15 w
Reverse wireless charging
NoYes (4.5 watts)


6.42" x 2.95"6.2" x 2.92"
6.67 oz6.17 oz
Back Material
Stereo Speakers


Dual SIM
Bluetooth Version
WiFi Version
US 5G Bands
(SA/NSA/Sub6)2, 25, 41, 66, 71N/A


Biometric unlock
Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor: SideFace unlock, Fingerprint sensor: Under Display
Unlockable Bootloader
Blue QuantumPrism Black, Prism White, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Flamingo Pink, Ceramic Black, Ceramic White
Stock Android
SD Card

Comparison summary

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Comparison Summary
Better CameraSamsung Galaxy S10+
Better BatteryOnePlus Nord N200
Better ScreenSamsung Galaxy S10+
Better performanceSamsung Galaxy S10+


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OnePlus Nord N200

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David Lumb | July 2021
"The OnePlus Nord N200’s value is easy to appreciate: it’s a sleek, powerful phone with a great design that makes it feel more premium than its price would suggest. It has a 5,000mAh battery, which is a huge capacity for any phone, let alone a budget one. Buy if you want two-to-three-day battery life."

Samsung Galaxy S10+

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Tom's Guide

Mark Spoonauer | August 2020
"This handset gives you a big and immersive full-screen experience, very capable cameras and fast performance in a slick design. Samsung also deserves credit for how seamlessly the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor and Wireless PowerShare features work."

About OnePlus

OnePlus, established in 2013, is a smartphone brand that first became known for providing flagship-like devices, at a fraction of the cost compared to more expensive Android competitors. OnePlus focuses on creating smartphones with powerful hardware at reasonable prices. They also bring hardware features normally not seen in other Android phones sold in the US, such as their ultra-fast “Warp Charge” and the beloved “Alert Slider”.

About Samsung

Samsung is one of the most recognizable names in the smartphone industry, standing as the undisputed best-selling brand of Android smartphones in the United States for many years now. Samsung is known for offering a variety of smartphones in all available price points, as well as for implementing cutting-edge technology and innovative features in their flagship devices, ones that often shape the market going forward. The company offers its own unique spin on Android, called One UI, which focuses on offering a multitude of features and is heavily customizable, according to user preference.

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