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OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5: A detailed comparison

The recently released OnePlus Open is a definite example of how foldable phones have undergone ongoing advancements and tweaks over the years. However, it is not the only choice available and it has proven that the previously reliable Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 is extremely adequate. Which smartphone, then, is the best foldable? Let’s examine it in detail to find out.

OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Design Comparison:

153.4mm (height)154.9mm (height)
73.3mm (width, folded)67.1mm (width, folded)
11.9mm (thickness, folded)13.4mm (thickness, folded)
239 grams253 grams

The most striking feature of the recently released OnePlus Open’s slimmer design is its undetectable wrinkle. Yes! In contrast to the Galaxy Z Fold 5, the foldable phone’s crease is hardly noticeable. It’s incredibly difficult to confirm if the smartphone’s display is hinged while it’s in use. This is one of the most significant elements that has left an impression on us in terms of design. Since the cover display is nearly the size of a typical phone, you can still use the device from the secondary display without sacrificing the viewing experience if you don’t want to unfold it again.

OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 specification overview

SpecificationOnePlus OpenSamsung Galaxy Z Fold 5
Main Display7.82-inch Flexi-fluid AMOLED, 1-120 Hz DR7.6-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X
Cover Screen6.31-inch Super Fluid AMOLED, 10-120 Hz DR6.2-inch HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
Battery4,805 mAh Dual-cell, 67W SUPERVOOC Charging4,400mAh, 25W Fast Charging
Main Camera48 MP (f/1.7 Sony LYT-T808 lens)OIS, HDR, IS
Camera FeaturesOIS, HDR, EISOIS, HDR, EIS
OS UpdatesFour years of Android updatesFour Years
Selfie Camera20MP f/2.2 with fixed focus; Secondary: 32MP f/2.4 with fixed focus10MP with 85° FOV, 4MP under-display camera

OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Processor Comparison

The OnePlus Open and Galaxy Z Fold5 both use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and UFS 4.0 storage. The Galaxy Z Fol5 has 12GB of RAM, whilst the OnePlus Open has 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM. In our testing (Geekbench, Antutu, and Throttle), the Samsung foldable performs more favorably, which is surprising.

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In actual use, both phones perform well. While there may be some heating issues with both devices, the OnePlus Open may be more obvious. Don’t get your expectations up because foldable phones aren’t primarily designed with gaming in mind. But when you play games like BGMI and Pokemon Unite, you could have some temperature problems.

OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Camera Comparison

OnePlus is approaching the first foldable smartphone camera arrangement in a novel and creative way. The 48MP main camera, the 64MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom, and the 48MP ultra-wide lens are all significant advancements in camera technology for OnePlus. Although the performance in the actual world has not yet been evaluated, these parameters on paper show considerable potential. This highlights OnePlus’s dedication to making an investment in its first foldable device and expanding the capabilities of cameras.

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 5’s camera arrangement, which consists of a 50MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 10MP telephoto lens, maintains a more traditional approach. The configuration is substantially unchanged, losing the chance for improvement and considerable advancements despite the fact that these cameras have demonstrated their dependability and consistency in earlier Fold models. With regard to the camera technology in their foldable smartphones, this strategy raises the possibility that Samsung may not be as motivated to innovate.

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OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Battery Comparison

The OnePlus Open has a bigger 4,805Ah battery with 65W charging. Wireless charging is not supported at this location. The Galaxy Z Fold5’s 4,400mAh battery supports 15W wireless charging and 25W cable charging. The OnePlus Open charges a lot faster (in around 50 minutes), without a doubt. It can take an hour to fully charge the Galaxy Z Fold5 with the right charger. Samsung doesn’t provide a charger or a protective case, however OnePlus ships with an 80W charger.

OnePlus Open vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Price Comparison

The pricing of the OnePlus Open is Rs. 1,39,999, while the price of the Samsung Z Fold 5 for the 256GB storage option starts at Rs. 1,54,999. As a result, the fight for the top slot in the foldable smartphone market heats up.

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