OnePlus Fold in the very first images

oneplus fold in the very first images
oneplus fold in the very first images


OnePlus Fold – or V Fold, as some call it – is expected shortly, there is even talk of August. It will not be a copy/paste version of Oppo Find N2 as initially assumed, rather it is easier for it to approach the aesthetics of the not yet announced Find N3. At least it seems that the technical sheets of the two leaflets are perfectly superimposable. So far, however, we have not yet seen anything from the OnePlus Fold. Until today: yes, because thanks to OnLeaks and SmartPrix we are able to observe for the first time ever the smartphone design from different angles.


The Fold features a faux leather back shell (but a version with other materials could also be proposed) interrupted by a large circular module which hosts the three cameras – one of which appears to be periscope. The brand is clearly visible in the center of the module Hasselblad, while the LED flash is in a curious position, in the upper left corner of the body. In the center the inevitable OnePlus logo.


On the sides there are thealert sliderthe power key with integrated fingerprint sensor, the volume rocker and the triple speaker. The external display appears to have very thin edges (but beware of renderings that don’t always coincide 100% with reality), the front camera is positioned at the top center. Reduced bezels and also optimized for the internal display (with the usual caveat above), it is supposed to have a diagonal of 8 inches (6.5″ for the outer one).



    • external: 6.5″ FHD 120Hz
    • internal: OLED 8″ QHD+ 120Hz
  • mobile platform: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • memory: 16/512GB
  • cameras:
    • front: 20MP (or 32MP, there are conflicting opinions)
    • internal: 32MP
    • rear: 50MP main + 48MP ultra wide angle + 32MP periscope
  • drums: 4,805mAh, 80W charging
  • os: OxygenOS 13.1 based on Android 13
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