OPPO is reportedly working on its first foldable phone. According to a Chinese bookmaker, the company will be unleashing its foldable phone in November. While the scuttlebutt shop has revealed some of its crucial specs, it's unclear whether the device will be called OPPO Fold or commodity differently.
The alleged OPPO Fold is anticipated to feature an inward folding design like the Galaxy Z Fold3 and the Huawei Mate X2. It's said to be equipped with an 8- inch LTPO OLED panel that offers a 120W refresh rate. The device will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 mobile platform.
It was reported before this month that the purported OPPO Fold will come equipped with a mAh battery, which will carry support for 65W fast charging. It's anticipated to come pre-installed with ColorOS 12, but it's unclear whether it'll feature the rearmost Android 12 or last time’s Android 11.
OPPO’s first foldable phone is anticipated to feature a Sony IMX766 50-megapixel primary camera on the reverse. Again, there's no evidence on the number of cameras that will be available on its hinder shell. For selfies, it may retain a 32-megapixel frontal camera. For security, it may feature a side-facing point scanner.
The other details of the foldable phone are under wraps. Piecemeal from this device, OPPO is also anticipated to advertise the Reno7 series of smartphones in China coming month. The line-up is said to include Reno7, Reno7 Pro, and Reno7 Pro. These models are likely to feature Dimensity 920, Viscosity 1200, and Snapdragon 888 chipset, independently.