OnePlus Open: Insider Insights


OnePlus Open

OnePlus, is a brand known for doing something different in the smartphone world. But till date there is no foldable device in their portfolio. Write now, their new OnePlus unlock is coming. The device is set to arrive on Thursday, October 19 and we've rounded up the latest leaks and rumors for you.

When we heard about the arrival of OnePlus Open, we all are very excited. This is a new step by OnePlus, where they are making their mark in a new genre. There are many rumors regarding this device, one of which is that it will come with a powerful processor, which will be very suitable for multitasking and gaming.

The design of this device is also expected to be quite special. According to leaks, this device will be slim and stylish, with a unique charm. Talking about the foldable screen, it will come with OnePlus' signature design, which OnePlus fans love the most.

Talking about camera, even OnePlus does not seem to compete with its competitors. This device can also be a great option for high-quality photos and videos.

The most important thing is that OnePlus Open will give a new world experience to its users. With these phones coming with foldable devices, users will get a new way to use their smartphones.

Despite all these rumors and leaks, we are waiting for the official launch of OnePlus Open. On October 19, we will see how OnePlus started a new revolution. We are all excited and you too should be ready, because OnePlus Open is coming, and it will be a new chapter in the smartphone world.


OnePlus Open will have an outward folding design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 and vivo X Fold2. A recent batch of official-looking press renders, shared by WinFuture, show what the phone will look like.

The renders of the OnePlus Fold actually look just like the leaked schematic of the yet-to-be-announced Oppo Find N3 which is expected to remain China-exclusive while the OnePlus foldable will be available internationally.

The renders also reveal a OnePlus 11-inspired camera cutout on the back with Hasselblad branding and three sensors.

OnePlus Fold brings sleek metal sides and a textured back with a leather-like finish. The sides also sport a fingerprint scanner embedded i
n the power button and the fan-favorite alert slider on the left-hand-side.


Moving to the specs department, OnePlus Fold will house a 6.31-inch AMOLED cover screen with a FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The outward-facing panel is also expected to carry a 20MP selfie camera housed inside a centered punch-hole cutout.
The main 7.8” LTPO AMOLED display will likely feature 1,900 x 2,100px resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Based on the renders, it will have a punch hole cutout in the top left corner for its 32MP selfie cam.OnePlus Fold will carry a 48MP main sensor alongside a 48MP ultrawide (IMX581), and a 64MP 3x optical zoom camera.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is expected to cover the chipset department and it will be paired with up to 16GB RAM and 512GB storage.
OnePlus Fold is rumored to arrive with a 4,800mAh battery and 67W charging support which is a tad smaller than the OnePlus 11’s 5,000 mAh battery. The software is OxygenOS 13.1 based on Android 13, but it remains to be seen how OnePlus plans to add more features for the larger canvas.

Pricing and availability

The recent leaks suggest that the OnePlus Open is expected to be priced at $1,699, which is only $100 less than the launch price of the Galaxy Z Fold5. It's worth noting that potential customers outside the United States may face higher prices for this device. The OnePlus Open is anticipated to feature up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 256GB of storage, along with a 6.31-inch outer screen and a 7.8-inch flexible main screen sourced from BOE. The official unveiling of the OnePlus Open is rumored to take place on October 19.
The OnePlus Open is expected to be available in the United States and Europe, but it won't be released in Germany. This omission is due to an ongoing patent dispute between OnePlus's parent company, Oppo, and Nokia in Germany.

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