The specifications of Oppo’s foldable smartphone have been announced

The specifications of Oppo's foldable smartphone have been announced

Tech Highlights:

  • the Oppo Foldable smartphone will look like Huawei’s Mate X2. It will have a main OLED screen with a 7.8-inch to 8-inch diagonal. Moreover, the display comes from BOE and will pack a Full HD+ resolution with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Moreover, the device will come with a 32 MP selfie camera. However, it is unclear whether this will be a standard punch-hole camera or an under-display unit. Samsung was the first to introduce an under-display camera, and for now, it’s unclear if others will be able to follow in this year.

  • We’ve been hearing rumors about Oppo’s entrance in the range of foldable devices for quite some time now. Even the company itself teased its very first product with a folding display in 2019. Last year, the company showcased a very interesting rollable smartphone concept, but it seems that the brand will introduce a foldable smartphone first. Now, reliable tipster, Digital Chat Station is here to fill us in on the basic parameters of the upcoming Oppo foldable smartphone.

Anyway, the Oppo X Fold (tentative name) will have a 50 MP Sony IMX766 main camera. It may come with two or even three additional sensors for ultrawide shots, macro or depth sensing.

a previous rumor emerged earlier this year saying that Oppo and Google would join the foldable segment this year. The search giant is expected to showcase its first foldable smartphone this month alongside its Pixel 6 series. However, it’s not clear if the device will become commercially available in October. The search giant is also expected to unveil Android 12.1 which will bring native adjustments and changes for the foldable smartphones.

Other bits of the handset include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. It runs Android 11 OS and has ColorOS 12 skin on top. This latest bit indicates that the handset will go official sometime this year. After all, next year’s Oppo smartphones will have Android 12 instead.

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