For OPPO Foldable Phone not much information is available, but the leaked report claims that the design of the Oppo foldable smartphone will be similar to that of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Huawei Mate X2.
Chinese smartphone maker company Oppo is preparing to launch a foldable smartphone. This will be Oppo’s first foldable smartphone. Oppo’s foldable smartphone can be launched in November next month. Not much information is available about the upcoming Oppo foldable smartphone. But the leaked report claims that the design of the Oppo foldable smartphone will be similar to that of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Huawei Mate X2.
Expected Specifications of Oppo Foldable Phone
According to an online report, an 8-inch LTPO OLED panel will be given in Oppo’s foldable smartphone. Its screen refresh rate will be 120W. Snapdragon 888 mobile chipset can be used in Oppo’s foldable smartphone. According to the report, there is a possibility that Oppo will work on the pre-installed operating system ColorOS in the foldable smartphone. However, it is not yet clear whether the Oppo foldable smartphone will be Android 11 based or Android 12 based.
Oppo’s Hand ID Technology
Notably, it was announced that OPPO has patented new technology. Which will be used in the company’s upcoming wearable device. The patent number of these new technologies is CN110298944B. It has been showcased as a “Venous Unlocking Process and Vein Unlocking Design. It is reported that Oppo’s new technology will come with biometric systems like facial recognition and fingerprint scanner. But it will map the user’s hand. That means device users.” Will open only by touching the hand of the phone. It can be introduced as Hand ID. Hand ID technology has also been mentioned by LG.
Oppo’s first foldable phone is highly likely to be a China-exclusive device, according to the tipster. This means Oppo may not immediately launch it outside of China, unlike Samsung, which sells its Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip phones in several countries. The tipster also hinted that Oppo’s foldable is not going to come cheap. That makes sense because even though foldable have become mainstream, they are a novelty and not as convenient to use as regular smartphones. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold costs about Rs 1.5 lakh despite the fact that it is the third generation of Samsung’s foldable devices.