Friday, May 20, 2022

OnePlus foldable smartphone will launch in 2023

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Foldable phones have been around for a long time now, however, they are becoming more popular than ever now. Many brands are launching their own versions of foldable devices, as per a new report, OnePlus will also be one of the companies joining this list as the company plans to launch its first foldable device.

The rumors arrive courtesy of Max Jambor who shared an image on Twitter, as per this image, the Chinese smartphone maker intends to launch a foldable device sometime next year. In addition to this, the tipster also revealed that “multiple” foldable smartphones are on their way.

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OnePlus foldable will be similar to the Galaxy Z Flip3:

For now, it is a mystery as to what design the upcoming device will carry. There have been multiple rumors that OnePlus will be launching at least one model that is similar to the Oppo Find N.


The Find N features a vertical hinge that is similar to the Galaxy Z Fold3, it features a primary display that folds inwards along with a secondary external display. The brand could launch a smaller and more affordable version of the Galaxy Z Flip3 that has a clamshell folding design.

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Oppo’s Find N

There is a tri-fold design that is usually seen in Samsung patents, however, this is unlikely to make its way with the first wave of OnePlus foldable devices.

Recently Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi have launched their own iterations of devices along with flexible displays. These phones are restricted to China and are yet to be launched worldwide. This means that OnePlus has a shot at gaining a significant amount of market share in this market globally.

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