It looks like we’ve got more information on the release of OnePlus’ debut foldable phone, with a OnePlus Open leak providing a better look at the upcoming device. Of course, we often take these leaks with a pinch of salt, but this comes from someone with a solid track record, and the images certainly seem to ring true to the manufacturer’s design philosophy seen on other handsets.
Thanks to WinFuture sharing the leaked images and information, we’ve got a decent idea of what the OnePlus foldable looks like and how it might compare in terms of design with some of the best foldable phones on the market. As you can see in the image a little further down this page, the OnePlus Open looks like quite a sleek and snazzy device with a 7.8-inch foldable screen. While you can hardly tell in these photos, a preview of the device on YouTube also shows off a nearly invisible crease for this device, making it an attractive proposition for foldable fans.
You can see the Hasselblad logo on the device’s camera, lending even more to the legitimacy of these leaks. OnePlus has a track record of working with the Swedish camera manufacturer, as seen in our OnePlus 11 5G review, so it’s no surprise to see them coming together again. There also looks to be at least two OnePlus Open designs from the leaks, with a black model featuring a faux-leather back, while a green version appears to use either glass or metal.
Still, it’s not just the images of the OnePlus Open to leak in the last couple of days. The WinFuture leak also suggests a potential release date, October 19, as well as pricing for the new device. The leak suggests that the OnePlus foldable goes on sale for $1,699, which puts it somewhere between the slightly more expensive Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the still more affordable Motorola Razr 40 Ultra.
In terms of the inner workings of the OnePlus Open, it looks like this device utilizes a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and 16GB of RAM to power applications and processing. This handset also seems to continue OnePlus’ tradition of offering stellar battery life, with 67w fast charging backing up its 4,800 mAh battery. Still, if the leak rings true, we should know all this for sure before too long.
There you have it, everything we learned from the fresh OnePlus Open leaks. For more tech, check out our picks for the best OnePlus phones and the best Xiaomi phones. Or, if you’re looking for something new to play, see our list of the best io games.