Oppo Foldable Phone With Moto Razr-like Design in The Works, May Launch in June: Report
Foldable phones are the talk of the town for quite some time now. Many major brands like Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, and Motorola have already entered the foldable smartphone segment. However, Oppo is yet to bring its own foldable phone to the market. In March, a Chinese tipster claimed that it is working on a folding smartphone. In addition, they also claimed that it might launch somewhere between April and June.
OPPO Foldable Clamshell Phone Leaked
According to a tipster on Weibo, the brand is working on a foldable that will have a clamshell design. It will be just like the Samsung Galaxy Flip and the Moto Razr. The tipster claims that the foldable from OPPO will measure around 2 inches when folded and around 7 inches when opened/ unfolded. Moreover, the tipster says that it will be targeted towards female users.
Furthermore, the leaks claim that the OPPO foldable phone from the brand will have a high refresh-rate foldable display with LTPO technology. Clamshell designs usually have small batteries. Therefore the brands don’t equip these devices with high refresh rate displays which consume a high amount of power. This issue can be solved up to an extent by using an LTPO display that consumes significantly less amount of energy.
Earlier this year, a patent revealed that the company is working on an Oppo foldable clamshell phone with a rotating hinge. The size of the hinge is wider than that of the phone. In addition, it also suggests that it allow the phone to rotate at different angles ranging from 30 degrees to 190 degrees. Unfortunately, that is all the information we have at the moment regarding OPPO’s allegedly upcoming foldable smartphone.
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