OnePlus should launch foldable in August as global version of OPPO Find N3


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OnePlus’ first foldable smartphone nears launch as more details about the device continue to emerge. This time, the well-known informant Yogesh Brar anticipated information related to the expected launch and availability of the cell phone.

According to the rumor, the expected OnePlus Fold will be presented during the first half of August with a launch event taking place in New York, in the United States.

The launch of the OnePlus foldable will take place not only in North America, but also in India, where the brand has a strong presence and a loyal following.

What to expect from OnePlus Fold?

The OnePlus Fold will be the global version of the Oppo Find N3, a model whose launch should take place in China also during the month of August.

It is worth remembering that Oppo, Vivo and OnePlus are three strong Chinese subsidiary brands of the same brand, BBK Electronics. It is common for a product of one brand to be re-launched by another in different regions with minor changes in nomenclature or technical sheet.

The OnePlus Fold and OPPO Find N3 are expected with the same book format with an 8-inch internal screen with Quad HD resolution (2K) and a 6.5-inch external screen with Full HD resolution. Both displays will have OLED technology and 120 Hz refresh rate.

Both will be equipped with the latest generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, accompanied by up to 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 512 GB of UFS 4.0 storage.

For the set of cameras, the manufacturers would bet on 32 MP front cameras for each screen and a set of three rear cameras: the main one with 50 MP and optical image stabilization (OIS), the ultrawide one with 48 MP and the telephoto lens periscope with 32 MP.

The foldables will be launched with a 4,800 mAh battery and support for 80 W fast charging, in addition to debuting with Android 13 out of the box.

News related to the design and price range of the OnePlus Fold in the global market should emerge in the coming weeks.

Source: Yogesh Brar