Recent leaks has it that OnePlus  Foldable Phone Could Run A special version of OxygenOS

OnePlus’s first foldable smartphone will run a special version of OxygenOS. The first foldable smartphone from OnePlus will run a special version of OxygenOS. This information was initially shared by SnoopyTech, a reputable tipster, and further corroborated by Max Jambor, another well-known source. Interestingly, the phone itself is said to be named the ‘OnePlus Open,’ as revealed by Max Jambor.

While it might have made more sense for the device to be called the OnePlus Fold or V Fold, considering its software name, the specific naming choice is a minor detail.

OxygenOS Fold will be a specialized version of OxygenOS designed for foldable devices. Given that OPPO is OnePlus’ sister company and that ColorOS and OxygenOS share many similarities, OxygenOS Fold is likely to be comparable to the software present on the OPPO Find N2.

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When we study the features of the OPPO Find N2, we may anticipate a number of useful features on the OnePlus Open. Entering split-screen mode, for example, may be as simple as swiping two fingers across the screen, and multitasking with windowed apps may be a breeze.

The OnePlus Open is likely to be released in August during the third quarter. Since CAD-based renders of the device’s design were recently leaked, excitement has been mounting.

The specifications of the OnePlus Open have been the subject of debate. As per rumors, the device will be equipped with either a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 or a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 processor, as well as two 120Hz displays. It is also likely to use LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage.

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