Oppo’s first foldable phone could be released next month
According to reports, OPPO is developing its first foldable phone. According to a Chinese expert, the organization will begin its foldable phone in November. While some key specifications have leaked, it is unclear whether the device will be called the OPPO Fold or something else.
The prevailing OPPO Fold is anticipating an inward folding design, similar to the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Huawei Mate X2. It is said to have an 8-inch LTPO OLED panel with a refresh rate of 120W. The Snapdragon 888 mobile platform will power the device.
Earlier this month, it reported that the rumored OPPO Fold would include a 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. It expects to ship with ColorOS 12, but it is unclear whether it will run the most recent Android 12 or last year’s Android 11.
On the back of OPPO’s first foldable phone, a Sony IMX766 50-megapixel primary camera awaits. Again, there is no word on how many cameras will be available on the rear shell. It could have a 32-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies. It may include a fingerprint scanner on the side for added security.
Other details about the foldable phone kept under swaddle. OPPO expects to launch the Reno7 series of smartphones in China next month, in addition to this device. Reno7, Reno7 Pro, and Reno7 Pro+ are said to be part of the lineup. These models expect to be equipped with the Density 920, Density 1200, and Snapdragon 888 chipsets, respectively.
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