After much anticipation, OnePlus is gearing up to launch its highly awaited foldable phone, the OnePlus V Fold, in August this year. Thanks to @OnLeaks, we now have a glimpse of the device through a set of CAD-based renders.
Contrary to previous speculations, the OnePlus V Fold is not a rebadged Oppo Find N2. Instead, it boasts a larger form factor, aligning more closely with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and vivo X Fold2.
In terms of design, the OnePlus V Fold exhibits sleek metal sides and a tall cover screen featuring a punch-hole design. The back panel showcases a distinctive leather-like finish, housing a prominent camera ring with three sensors and Hasselblad branding. Rumors suggest that the device will sport a powerful 50MP main camera (IMX 890), complemented by an unspecified ultrawide module and a periscope lens.
Moving on to the display, while exact dimensions are not mentioned in the renders, sources indicate that the main screen will feature an LTPO AMOLED panel with a resolution in the range of 1900 x 2100px and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate.
Additionally, the right-hand side of the device integrates a fingerprint scanner within the power button, while three speakers provide an immersive audio experience—one positioned at the bottom alongside the USB-C port and two more at the top.
Under the hood, the OnePlus V Fold is expected to debut with the powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2 chipset, ensuring exceptional performance. The device will also house a robust 4,800 mAh battery, capable of supporting up to 100W wired charging. As we eagerly await the official launch, we will continue to bring you the latest updates on the OnePlus V Fold. Stay tuned to our newsfeed for more information on this exciting new addition to the OnePlus lineup.