OnePlus wants to enter the new smartphone segment

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In 2020, OnePlus’ CEO declared that the brand has no plans to launch a foldable smartphone.

Two years later, however, officials appeared to have changed their minds and asked users for their opinions in a Twitter post.

OnePlus fold on the way?

In 2020, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau vowed that the company would never launch a foldable smartphone, effectively neither that year nor 2021. But 2022 could change everything.

On his Twitter account, Top posted two photos that appear to be folding smartphones along with the phrase, “What do you think of this?”

He received an immediate response, above all in the sense that the brand is preparing to launch a foldable model now known as the OnePlus Fold.

The timing Pete Lau has chosen to publish this publication also helps reinforce the idea that the brand might develop foldable products.

All the attention (and news) has been focused on foldable smartphones as Samsung, Xiaomi and Motorola have unveiled new models in this segment this week.

Meanwhile, the OPPO Find N, which belongs to the BBK group of companies such as OnePlus, is garnering better and better reviews, proving that better models can be made more.

We also recall that OnePlus software division head Gary Chen previously suggested that the brand’s foldable smartphones could run the OxygenOS 13 interface based on the Android 13 operating system. The launch will take place between the end of this year and the beginning of 2023.

Two more OPPO foldable smartphones by the end of the year

Meanwhile, other rumors suggest that OPPO is preparing to launch two new folding models later this year, possibly closer to Christmas time, similar to the OPPO Find N.

Rumor has it that these devices will have OPPO Find N Fold and Find N Flip designations and may integrate Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processors.

Both models are also said to already run the ColorOS 13 interface based on the Android 13 operating system.

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Source: 4G News

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