The OnePlus Open Foldable Phone Is Now Official, Here Are The Details
After months of rumors OnePlus has now officially taken the wraps off of the OnePlus Open, its large form factor foldable phone. It’ll go on sale on October 26 with prices starting at $1,699 (€1,799 / £1,599) — and preorders are now live.
This is the first OnePlus foldable phone but it’s heavily influenced by Oppo, its sibling company.
That means that there are similarities with the Find N and Find N2, and it’ll actually be sold as the Oppo Find N3 in China. But this is definitely a OnePlus phone, complete with that familiar alert slider that almost nobody else does.
In terms of specifications, the internal display is a 7.82-inch foldable one with a 12-Hz refresh rate. The external one is a 6.31-inch affair with a similar 120Hz refresh rate, with the whole thing being rated for an IPX4 water resistance rating. That means you can splash it, but don’t go putting it under any water.
The foldable is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip and 16GB of RAM, while 512GB of storage is also offered up. You’ll also get a main 48-megapixel camera, a 64-megapixel telephoto, and a 48-megapixel ultrawide. That telephoto has a 3x optical zoom, by the way.
If a foldable phone is something you’ve had a hankering for this could be a great alternative to the more familiar Samsung devices and is well worth checking out before making a purchase elsewhere.