According to a report by Android Authority, OnePlus and OPPO have confirmed that the OnePlus Open and OPPO Find N3 are actually the same foldable phone. The two brands have collaborated to design and manufacture this book-style foldable device, which is set to be launched simultaneously. One notable feature of this phone is its high pixel density, which is said to surpass that of other folding displays currently on the market. It boasts a 7.82-inch internal screen with a resolution of 2,268 × 2,440, along with a 6.31-inch external display at a resolution of 2,484 x 1,116.
Compared to its predecessor, the Find N2, the OnePlus Open/OPPO Find N3 offers significant improvements. The hinge of the new model is reported to be 37% smaller, with 31 fewer components. This not only makes the phone lighter but also enhances its durability. Additionally, the alert slider, a distinctive feature from OnePlus devices, will be carried forward to this new gadget.
As for the official price and release date, no specific details have been provided yet. However, leaks suggest that the highly anticipated launch could take place on October 19. In terms of pricing, it is expected to be above $1,000 but likely less expensive than the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Pixel Fold.
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