OnePlus Open review

It seems that smartphone companies are feeling the pressure to launch their flip or fold devices. Likewise, one of the leading smartphone brands, OnePlus, recently launched its OnePlus Open to enter this bandwagon. The category of flip or fold devices allows brands to charge more from the buyers in comparison to their regular phones. Therefore, OnePlus which was feeling the pressure of being left behind by having a fold or flip device, launched the OnePlus Open. In this article, we will review the latest flagship of OnePlus. In the following sections, from OnePlus Open’s specifications to price, everything has been discussed. Continue reading this article and learn more about it. Swipe down the page.

OnePlus Open review

OnePlus Open Review

Undoubtedly, the OnePlus Open is the most elegant foldable phone. It is not just about being sleek in addition OnePlus Open also has a lot of style and serious design, the sort users would feel when holding a BlackBerry those years back. This could well be the advantage OnePlus wants to play on, given that the foldable segment ultimately caters to an upper range in the smartphone segment.

Anyway, the design of the device has a trademark OnePlus feel to it. On the left side of the unfolded screen, it has the trademark OnePlus alert slider. The metallic body and textured vegan leather rear of the Voyager Black model give the feeling of a phone a lot of people would love to flaunt. It comes with cobalt molybdenum alloy that makes it quite light despite everything being in double here. Talking about the holding experience of the OnePlus Open, it weighs about 239 gm as light as the Google Pixel 8 Pro. It has a 5.9mm thickness when closed, which is the thinnest among the foldable out there, and has a much closer-knit close with hardly any gap visible between the two sides when folded.

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The brand did not make any compromise with the display. The OnePlus Open stands out because the front screen is pretty much what a user would get with any OnePlus phone. The 6.31-inch Super Fluid AMOLED is the secondary display, but it is big enough to not make you open the larger screen without a real good reason as the brand does not want to disrupt user behavior at any cost, unlike what other brands had to go through while entering this segment. Stay tuned to this website for more details and updates.

Amzad Khan
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