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OnePlus Open: New renders show a different design

New renderings of the upcoming foldable OnePlus Open have surfaced today, showing a significantly different design than the previous leaks. According to the source, they’re based on images of pre-production units and give us the best look at the foldable smartphone yet.

According to the new images, OnePlus has made significant changes to the phone’s aspect ratio. Accordingly, the OnePlus Open will be based much more closely on the Oppo Find N2 and its wider display. However, the overall size appears to be larger than the Find N2’s 5.54-inch cover display and 7.1-inch main display. In addition, the Open’s panels have rounded corners and narrower edges.

The camera module has also undergone significant changes since the first renders. The new design features a clearly protruding camera module with three sensors, including a periscope telephoto camera. There’s also another new sensor, possibly a Time-of-Flight (ToF) or LiDAR chip. The flash sits outside the camera island.

In addition to the Hasselblad logo, the well-known alarm slider is also on board and there is also a fingerprint sensor in the power button. The back has a faux leather structure.

Specifications of the OnePlus Open

The previous OnePlus Open rumors and leaks point to a 7.8-inch main display and a 6.3-inch cover display, both of which update at 120 Hz. A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset should take over the drive, which can access up to 16 GB of RAM and at least 256 GB of storage.

The camera setup is expected to include two 48-megapixel wide and ultra-wide cameras. There will also be a 64 megapixel periscope telephoto camera. The battery allegedly has a capacity of 4,800 mAh and charges with a fast 67 watts via cable.



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