The OnePlus Open is the company's first foldable smartphone and it is packed with flagship specs. It has a 7.82-inch LTPO3 Flexi-Fluid AMOLED primary display with a high resolution, 10-bit color depth, a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate, and plenty of other high-end specs. The cover screen is a full-fledged 6.31-inch LTPO3 Super Fluid AMOLED with 20:9 aspect ratio, 10-bit color depth, a dynamic 120Hz refresh rate, and a Ceramic Guard protection.
The OnePlus Open employs the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset by Qualcomm and will be available in only one configuration with 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB UFS4 storage.
There are three Hasselblad cameras on its back - a 48MP OIS primary with a new Sony "Pixel Stacked" sensor, a 64MP OIS telephoto with 3x optical and 6x in-sensor zoom, and a 48MP ultra-wide camera for both panoramic and macro shots.
The OnePlus Open has three powerful Dolby Atmos speakers, all sorts of connectivity features, and the latest OxygenOS 13.2 with foldable-enhanced experience.
Overall, the OnePlus Open looks like a very promising foldable smartphone. It has a great design, two superb Dolby Vision OLED screens, three Hasselblad-enhanced cameras on the back, and a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. It is also expected to be priced competitively.