By the end of this year, several more players are rumored to enter the foldable smartphone market, including the Chinese company OPPO. Sources say she is now preparing her first foldable device for release.
According to insiders from China, OPPO will unveil its first foldable smartphone this November. It will be equipped with an 8-inch flexible display made using LTPO technology using low-temperature polycrystalline silicon. The screen will fold inward and will receive support for a 120Hz refresh rate. Most likely, the panels will be supplied by the South Korean company Samsung. The novelty will be based on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. The new product is also credited with a main camera with a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 sensor, a 32-megapixel front and side fingerprint scanner. The rest of the technical characteristics of the novelty remained behind the scenes, but I think they will match.
The cost and exact timing of the appearance of the first OPPO foldable smartphone are still unknown. It is also unclear whether the brand plans to launch a novelty on the world stage or will be limited to the local Chinese market, as is the case with the previously released Xiaomi Mi Mix Fold.