OnePlus’s first foldable will be a rebadged Oppo Find N


Although the first foldable from OnePlus may appear familiar name as Oppo Find N, that’s not always a negative thing.

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A lot of people have been duped by the foldables of OnePlus previously, and this time around, the firm seems to have a genuine foldable on its hands.

PriceBaba(opens in new tab) has heard from leaker Yogesh Brar that a foldable OnePlus smartphone is in the works—though it looks more like one of the greatest foldables already on the market.


Although OnePlus has an ambitious tri-fold patent that we saw last year, Brar says that their first foldable phone would be an exact replica of Oppo’s Find N device. OnePlus and Oppo’s merger(opens in new tab) last year(opens in new tab) and even before that, as sister firms, some phones bore a likeness to each other should not be wholly unexpected.

Despite the fact that many individuals may get disinterested, you should continue anyway. If this information is accurate and the phone is launched soon, it has the potential to have a significant impact on the foldable phone market.

How about a foldable that can be used all around the world?

Even though the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 had a sturdier hinge and a less noticeable wrinkle, the Oppo Find N managed to outshine it in several areas. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor is supported by 8GB of RAM and 256/512GB of internal storage, making it more compact when folded.


However, our readers will be disappointed to learn that this product is only accessible in China. In the Western Hemisphere, the process of importing mobile devices is a complicated one.

Google Play Services has been hacked on and a Chinese-only voice assistant has been assigned to the power button,” our phones editor, Jordan Palmer, stated in a blog post.

ColorOS, the operating system that Oppo employs, isn’t for everyone, even if it were a fantastic import phone. OnePlus has promised to continue with OxygenOS on its future phones in response to fan anger, which is where a hypothetical OnePlus reskin may come in handy. If the OnePlus Fold (or whatever it ends up being named) is the Oppo Find N with Oxygen OS loaded, then it may be the OnePlus Fold. Count us in!


It’s not clear when the game will be released, but given that the hardware is apparently ready to go, you wouldn’t expect it to take long. For Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4, OnePlus might wait a bit longer and strengthen its guts to compete. Whatever the case may be, this is one to keep an eye on.

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