OnePlus is all set to make its mark within the foldable handset market with the debut of OnePlus Open. After the smartphone has been teased in a number of reviews, the corporate has lastly introduced the launch date. The OnePlus Open will probably be launched within the Indian market subsequent week in Mumbai. Earlier than revealing the launch date, the corporate shared a glimpse of the foldable via numerous pictures and movies. As per earlier reviews, the OnePlus Open would launch in two color choices, which will probably be Emerald Eclipse and Voyage Black. 

In an X (previously Twitter) post on Thursday, the corporate made an announcement of the OnePlus Open launch occasion together with an open invitation. The smartphone will launch on October 19 in Mumbai at 7.30PM IST. With the launch, OnePlus will make its debut on the earth of foldable smartphones. 

An earlier report teased the leaked advertising and marketing pictures of the OnePlus Open, which prompt that the inside show of the smartphone will home a 7.82-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh price and a 2,268 x 2,440 pixels decision, whereas the outer show will function a 6.31-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh price and a 1,116 x 2,484 pixels decision. 

As talked about above, the OnePlus Open is anticipated to debut in two colourways, which might be Emerald Eclipse and Voyage Black. For optics, it’s mentioned to function a triple digicam unit led by a 48-megapixel major sensor with a wide-angle lens. It is going to be supported by a 48-megapixel digicam with an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 64-megapixel telephoto digicam. 

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One other report prompt that the foldable has been noticed on Geekbench certification web site, hinted to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, together with 12GB RAM. The OnePlus Open is anticipated to run on the Android 13 OS. It might pack a 4,805mAh battery, with assist for 100W wired quick charging.


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