With the exception of OnePlus, most major tech companies have tried to enter the Foldable smartphone market. It seems that this will soon change. Although this sounds very interesting, there is a catch. According to the latest PriceBaba and tipster Yogesh brar, OnePlus has begun work on its first foldable smartphone. It is likely to copy the Oppo Find N folding phone, which was launched in China last week.
The uninitiated will be able to confirm that Oppo and OnePlus belong to BBK Electronics. The upcoming foldable OnePlus smartphone could be a rebranded Oppo Find N, which was first launched in China last December.
Oppo Find N Specifications
Oppo Find N has some very interesting specs compared with other folding devices on the market. It has a 5.49 inch front/outer display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. This ensures that the device feels compact. With support for 8.4:9 aspect ratio, the tablet screen or larger display measures 7 inches.
Oppo Find N has a triple camera rear setup, while the waterdrop notch on its front is composed of one camera sensor that can be used for video and selfies. Flexion hinge is included in this foldable device. It “brings together the 136 components with extreme precision up to 0.01mm. This ensures that the hinge functions as smooth as joints in the body.”
This device features a 3D-curved design at its outer edges. It was designed to provide a more comfortable grip and a slimmer look. Rear cover and camera module feature the same fluid design language as the Find X3 but include support for Gorilla Glass Victus or ceramic plate. You can choose from black, white or purple.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Mobile platform powers it with 12GB LPDDR5 RAM, 512GB UFS3.1 storage and up to 512GB of UFS 3.0 storage. It is powered by a 4,500mAh battery and 33W SUPERVOOC flash charge. The company claims that it can be charged to up to 55 percent within 30 minutes, and 100 percent in just 70 minutes. It also supports 15W AIRVOOC wireless charging, compatible with standard Qi and 10W reverse wireless charging.
Nearly all major tech companies have tried to enter the Foldable smartphone marketplace. It seems that this will soon change. Although this sounds interesting, there is a catch. Oppo, OnePlus, and BBK Electronics own Oppo. There are also chances of them being stolen.