With three Hasselblad-branded back cameras, a powerful 4,800mAh battery, and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 engine, OnePlus has introduced its first foldable phone, the OnePlus Open, in India.
Just a Brief Summary
1. On October 27, the OnePlus Open—the company’s first foldable phone—will be on sale in India.
2. With a 6.31-inch exterior screen and a 7.82-inch AMOLED inner display, the gadget runs Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU.
3. The 16GB + 512GB edition of the OnePlus Open costs Rs. 1,39,999 in India. The device can be purchased via OnePlus’s official website.
On October 27, OnePlus will launch its maiden sale in India. View the price, features, and more.
The first-ever OnePlus Open sale in India is scheduled to begin today. On Thursday, October 19, the business unveiled its first foldable phone in India and other international markets. It has Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, a 7.82-inch AMOLED internal panel, and a 6.31-inch external screen that both have fast refresh rates of 120 Hz. Three Hasselblad-branded back cameras, featuring Sony’s state-of-the-art LYTIA-T808 “Pixel Stacked” CMOS sensor, are included in the phone. Two selfie cameras and a strong 4,800mAh battery that allows for quick 67W charging round out this setup.
Price and availability of OnePlus’s initial sale
If you want the 16GB + 512GB model, the OnePlus Open costs Rs. 1,39,999 in India. The OnePlus website, Amazon, and physical stores sell it in Emerald Dusk and Voyager Black hues. Open sales start on October 27; preorders are open now. Customers who use ICICI Bank and OneCard Instant Bank can get an extra Rs. 5,000 discount in addition to a Rs. 8,000 trade-in incentive on a selection of devices.
Features of the OnePlus Open
OnePlus unveiled its initial foldable phone, touting its exceptional light weight and small size. This device has a height of 153.4 mm and an unfolded width of 143.1 mm, which folds down to 73.3 mm. Depending on the color selection, there is a small variance in thickness. The Voyager Black variant is 5.9 mm thick when unfolded, while the Emerald Dusk variant is 5.8 mm thick. The Voyager Black variant is marginally thicker at 11.9 mm when folded, while the Emerald Dusk version is only 11.7 mm thick.
When it comes to weight, the Emerald Dusk weighs roughly 245 g, and the Voyager Black weighs about 239 g. The Flexion Hinge technology is essential to the phone’s durability, portability, and light weight.
The gadget has an amazing 7.82-inch Flexi-fluid AMOLED primary display that can reach up to 2800 nits of peak brightness. With a 6.31-inch display, the cover has a 2K resolution and 431 ppi. With a quick refresh rate of 120 Hz, both panels provide a seamless viewing experience.
The OnePlus Open has a primary 48-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and Sony’s LYT-T808 “Pixel Stacked” CMOS sensor for photography aficionados. A 48-megapixel ultra-wide camera and a 64-megapixel telephoto camera complete the set. The camera can capture 60 frames per second of 4K-resolution footage. A 20-megapixel primary camera and a 32-megapixel secondary camera make up the front camera arrangement.
Utilizing the potent Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 engine, the OnePlus Open runs the brand-new OxygenOS 13.2, which is predicated on Android 13. Its design ensures long-term software support by receiving five years of security upgrades and four years of major Android version updates.
The phone has a 4,805 mAh battery that can be quickly charged with a 67W fast charger. According to OnePlus, the battery lasts more than a day between charges and can be charged from 1% to 100% in around 42 minutes. The retail package includes a charger, which adds to the product’s comprehensiveness for users.