The OnePlus Open foldable is probably based on the Oppo Find N2

OnePlus’ upcoming foldable phone, dubbed OnePlus Open, has been in the news for the last couple of months and there’s little we don’t know about the device. We recently covered all the details surrounding the upcoming foldable, or at least those we already know of.

A renowned tipster Max Jambor on Twitter summarized most specs in a single tweet but has also added new information – the OnePlus Open will most likely be based on the Oppo Find N2. He has been a significant contributor to OnePlus Open’s leaks for the past couple of months, so he probably knows what he’s talking about.

Surely, the Open will have a design of its own but will adopt the Oppo Find N2’s form factor, meaning we can expect roughly the same dimensions and feel. And to some extent, it makes sense. The Find N2 is available only in China, so the OnePlus Open is a way to introduce this rather competitive foldable device to the Western markets, albeit under a different name.

According to recent rumors, we won’t be left guessing for much longer as the device will reportedly arrive on August 29 and will be available in the US as well.

Source gsmarena