The long-awaited OnePlus foldable phone is expected to launch [in August], and thanks to @OnLeaks we now have the first set of CAD-based renders. Not only will the OnePlus V Fold be a rebadged Oppo Find N2 as previously speculated, but it will actually feature a larger footprint more in line with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and vivo X Fold2.
In terms of design, we can see that the OnePlus V Fold will bring glossy metal sides, and a tall lid screen with a punch hole. The back appears to have a leather-like finish and a prominent camera ring housing three sensors and Hasselblad branding. According to rumors, we should see a 32 MP main camera (IMX 890) and a An unspecified ultrawide module and a periscope lens.
The housing display will house a 32 MP front camera (OV06 C). While the new renders don’t mention the exact dimensions of the main screen, rumor has it that the LTPO AMOLED screen will have a resolution of 1900 x 1900px Range and 100Hz refresh rate. A fingerprint scanner is integrated into the power button on the right, along with three speakers, one on the bottom next to the USB-C port and two on the top.
OnePlus V Fold expected to debut with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 chipset and 4,890 mAh The battery supports up to 32W wired charging. We’ll be keeping an eye out for more information on the OnePlus V Fold, so stay tuned to our newsfeed.