The OnePlus Open will be officially presented on August 29 in New York.
This may be the year of the consecration of folding mobiles, since there are several manufacturers that are getting fully into a sector dominated until now by samsungwhich will launch its new Galaxy Z in a couple of weeks. One of them is Google, which has already presented the pixel fold and the other is OnePlus that is finalizing the details for the launch of its first foldable device.
Well, now a recent leak has just reveal the date of presentation of the first folding terminal of OnePluswhich will finally be called oneplus open.
The OnePlus Open will arrive at the end of August to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
A recent information published by the Smartprix mediumwhich has been endorsed by a tweet from the well-known leaker Max Jambor, affirms that the OnePlus Open, the first folding mobile from onepluswill be officially presented in New York next August 29.
Yes, I can confirm that OnePlus Open will be released on August 29 ✅https://t.co/JDsKCxn2gh
—Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) July 13, 2023
According to this same leak, the first OnePlus foldable is expected to have a 7.8-inch LTPO indoor screen with 2K resolution and with a 6.3-inch outdoor screenboth with a refresh rate of 120 hertz.
Under the hood of the OnePlus Open we will find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, an eight-core chipset that will be accompanied by several versions of RAM memory type LPDDR5x up to 16 GB and different internal storage options such as UFS 4.0 that they will start from 256 GB.
In the photographic section, the OnePlus Open will once again bet on Hasselblad to mount a triple rear camera module that will be made up of a 48 megapixel main sensoran ultra-wide angle sensor of the same resolution and a telephoto sensor of 64 megapixels. It will also have a 32-megapixel front camera and a 20-megapixel inner camera.
At the level of autonomy, everything seems to indicate that the OnePlus Open will be equipped with a large battery of 4,800 mAh with ultra-fast 67W SuperVOOC charging.