New Delhi: At a launch event in Mumbai, OnePlus is expected to reveal the OnePlus Open, which is the company’s first foldable smartphone. The company’s official YouTube account will host a live feed of the event, which begins at 7:30 PM today.
The firm will provide a keynote address at the “Open for Everything event” that will highlight the product’s many features and functions. OnePlus claims that its first foldable phone “seeks to eliminate the trade-offs that often plague most foldable devices” and “challenges the conventional norms.”
Aside from a teaser image, the company has not disclosed any specifics regarding the smartphones. Additionally, OnePlus said in a statement a number of pre-installed apps which will be included with the smartphone.
Renowned tipster Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) claims that information has leaked out suggesting that the OnePlus Open foldable phone would cost about Rs. 1,39,999 in India. Furthermore, the tipster indicates that this foldable smartphone will be on sale for the first time on October 27.
In a different development, the OnePlus Open’s display and camera specifications were published on Weibo by Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station, as translated from Chinese.
According to reports, the smartphone has an internal display with a BOE panel that has a quick refresh rate of 120Hz and a 2K resolution. Interestingly, the display has the potential to attain a peak brightness of 2,800 nits and enable 1440Hz PWM dimming.
The source indicates that the phone will have three cameras on its back: a 48-megapixel dual-layer transistor main camera, a 64-megapixel periscope sensor with a 3x optical zoom, and a 6x lossless zoom capability. It is thought that the third sensor is a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera.
According to the Reports, the smartphone would come with a 100W charger and 67W fast charging support. The device weighs around 246 grammes and has dimensions of 11.7x6x5.8mm. It is most likely running OxygenOS 13.
The Snapdragon 8th Gen 2 SoC is the basis of the OnePlus Open, according to leaks. The phone has 512 GB of internal storage and up to 16 GB of RAM, and the device is likely to run on Oxygen Os 13.
Furthermore, the company asserts that the OnePlus Open provides the same “fast and smooth experience” as its earlier models used to.