Following the shared renders of the OnePlus Fold last week, the device's specifications have allegedly surfaced online as well. Based on the details leaked, OnePlus's first foldable phone appears to feature premium hardware, including a high-resolution folding screen and a bunch of cameras.
OnePlus Fold inner and cover screen specifications
The same source that revealed the OnePlus Fold's also published some key information about the device via MySmartPrice. According to the leak, the foldable has a primary AMOLED screen at 2K resolution that measures 7.8-inches wide when fully unfolded. It added that this will be an LTPO panel, which enables a 120 Hz refresh rate at a variable refresh speed.
At the same time, the cover screen is said to measure 6.3-inches wide and relies on the same AMOLED panel at a 120 Hz refresh rate. However, it is believed this will have a fixed refresh rate as opposed to an adaptive refresh rate. It remains unclear what type of glass protection will feature in both displays, and the company could incorporate Gorilla Glass Victus+ or Victus 2.
Given both screen sizes, the OnePlus Fold seems to resemble the tall form factor of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 that was launched almost a year ago as opposed to resembling the squarish shape of the Find N2 (review) that hails from its sister company Oppo. This is perhaps true with the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 5 as well, which is expected to retain much of the Galaxy Z Fold 4's ratio.
OnePlus Fold main triple camera setup and processor
In addition to the screen real estate, the OnePlus Fold is also rumored to feature a triple camera module at the rear alongside Hasselblad branding. To be exact, word has it the primary camera will be a 48 MP sensor that is mated to a 48 MP ultra-wide and a 64 MP telephoto lens. It has not been confirmed just how far can it zoon or whether it uses a periscope sensor.
Underneath the hood, the OnePlus Fold, or 'V Fold', will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC and arrive with 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. Meanwhile, the battery is touted to feature a 4,800 mAh capacity with support for 67-watts fast charging, which is slightly slower than the OnePlus 11 that Matt reviewed.
A separate source predicted that OnePlus would launch the OnePlus Fold in August, although there is no specific given date yet. There is also no word about the pricing details and whether it will undercut most flagship foldable phones in the market.
Knowing these technical specifications, how much do you think should OnePlus price the unannounced Fold or V Fold? Should they offer it at a lower price compared to the Google Pixel Fold or Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5? Share your answers with us in the comments.