Just yesterday, we learned that OnePlus will debut the OnePlus Open soon. The company officially confirmed it during TechCrunch Disrupt 2023. The company said that the new smartphone is right around the corner but shared no exact date. However, the tipster Max Jambor claimed that the OnePlus Open will launch next month, i.e., on October 19.
When it comes to OnePlus, the information shared by Max Jambor is almost accurate. Max Jambor shared recent information on X. The official account of the company responded to his post with the ‘Eyes’ emoji. We can consider it an indirect confirmation. If the information were untrue, the business would disregard it completely or reject it; by doing so, they are essentially endorsing the information. The only thing left to do is wait for OnePlus to directly confirm it.
The OnePlus Open is the company’s first foldable smartphone
The OnePlus Open is going to be the company’s first foldable smartphone. Rumors suggest that it is the same as the OPPO Find N3. It suggests that Find N3 could remain exclusive to the Chinese local market and might not arrive at the global market. The two smartphones are quite similar; both might feature the same software. When unfolded, the OnePlus Open will favor a horizontal design, much like the Find N and N2 did. But it looks like the phone will be bigger than both of those devices.
OnePlus Open will feature larger displays than the OPPO Find N2
Rumors suggest that the main display of the OnePlus Open will measure 7.8 inches, whereas the secondary display will be 6.2 inches. In contrast, the main display of the OPPO Find N2 measures 7.1 inches, and the secondary display measures 5.54 inches. The smartphone could be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Besides this, we already know much about the design of the OnePlus Open from the CAD-based renders. If the above-mentioned information is correct, then we are just a month away from the official launch of the OnePlus Open.
Badarinath Chopra is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.