Early this year, OnePlus confirmed it will enter the foldable market. Fast-forward to today, and we know what to expect courtesy of tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer and publication MySmartPrice — if they turn out to be right.
Not only do we have an idea of how the OnePlus Fold (or OnePlus V Fold?) looks, key specs of the OPPO sub-brand’s still-to-be-launched first foldable phone have leaked out as well.
Word has it that the device boasts a huge inner 2K AMOLED display measuring 7.8 inches and coming with a 120Hz refresh rate. The outer AMOLED screen, on the other hand, is a 6.3-incher that has the same refresh rate as the inner folding panel.
The OnePlus Fold is supposedly powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 5G chipset paired with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There’s reportedly a 4,800mAh battery with 67-watt fast-charging support; a rear-camera setup comprising 48-megapixel main, 48-megapixel ultrawide, and 64-megapixel telephotos sensors; and 32-megapixel (cover display) and 64-megapixel (inside) selfie cameras here. The imaging system is tuned by Hasselblad, and Android 13-based Oxygen OS 13.1 should come out of the box.
A week ago, the alleged design of the OnePlus Fold surfaced, still thanks to Hemmerstoffer, but in partnership with online site SmartPrix — and you can see it in the feature image we used for this article.
Will we see all the leaked information in the final product? Word has it the smartphone will be unveiled in August, so the wait for the answer shouldn’t be too long.
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