Chinese brands OnePlus and Oppo, which are part of the same BBK holding, will launch the same foldable smartphone under different names. In this respect reports The Verge edition, citing Oppo Product Director Peter Lau’s remarks.
It is stated that Lau initially instructed the OnePlus and Oppo teams to develop a foldable smartphone that would later be released under both brands. The difference between the devices lies only in the software shell, as the Oppo device will be released only in China, and the new OnePlus product will receive an international version.
Lau did not specify what type of device he was talking about. The Verge suggests that it will most likely be cloned from the Oppo Find N3 and OnePlus Open. Oppo’s previous foldable smartphones in the Find N series were also exclusive to the Chinese market. For OnePlus, the Open model will be the first device with a flexible screen.
According to rumors, Oppo Find N3/OnePlus Open will have a 7.82-inch internal display and a 6.31-inch external display, as well as up to 24 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of internal UFS 4.0 storage.
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