Pete Lau, co-founder of OnePlus and Chief Product Officer From Oppo, it confirms that both manufacturers will launch the same foldable smartphone under a different name. The foldable devices will reportedly be called OnePlus Open and Oppo Find N3.
Pete Lau tasked the two companies’ teams to jointly develop the foldable device, so that both brands could be launched in different markets. That’s what Lau says To the edge. Oppo’s CPO did not say which device would be coming to which market.
I will be OPPO Find N3 According to the GSMArena website Released only for the Chinese market. On the other hand, the OnePlus Open should rely on a global release. At the end of August, Oppo also released the Find N3 Flip. This device is available outside China. This was also the case with the Find N2 Flip, while the Find N2 was only released in China.
According to Oppo, the Find N3’s hinge is approximately 37 percent stronger than the Find N2. The manufacturer also says that the device will have an alert slider. The foldable device will reportedly have a 7.82-inch display on the inside and a 6.31-inch display on the outside. Rumors suggest that the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Up to 24GB of internal memory and up to 1TB of UFS 4.0 may be available–storage.
So the above specifications should also apply to the OnePlus Open, which according to Latest rumours It will be released on October 19. Earlier today, the foldable device was spotted in the hands of an Indian actress.
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