Oppo is rumored to be working on a foldable phone. The Oppo X 2021, a concept smartphone with a sideways-expanding rollable/slidable display, was teased earlier this year. Samsung and Huawei, which have already released multiple foldable phones, including the Galaxy Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, are expected to compete with Oppo’s upcoming foldable smartphone. Oppo’s upcoming foldable phone has yet to receive an official release date. Some details about the device, however, have been leaked on the internet. The most recent leak concerns the battery specifications for the Oppo Fold.
Battery specifications of the Oppo Fold have been revealed
Oppo has been rumored to be working on a Galaxy Z Fold 3 version for quite some time. The Oppo Fold, a foldable phone, could be released soon by the company. Some information has been leaked online ahead of the launch. According to Digital Chat Station (via Mukul Sharma), Oppo’s foldable smartphone will be powered by a 4,500 mAh battery. The phone will also support 65W fast charging, which is available on some other Oppo premium and flagship phones.
While a 4,500 mAh battery is large, it will be interesting to see what optimization techniques Oppo uses to ensure that the device with the large display has long battery life. Oppo’s foldable phone is expected to have a 7.8/ 8-inch display, according to rumors. It’ll also be an AMOLED display with a 2K resolution. Finally, the display is said to have a 120Hz refresh rate.
Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 888 SoC is said to power Oppo. It’ll probably come with 12GB of RAM and 256GB/512GB of internal storage. A Sony IMX766 50MP camera is expected to be included in Oppo’s foldable phone. The same sensor is used in the Find X3 Pro and even OnePlus’ latest flagship smartphones. For selfies, a 32MP front camera will be available. Oppo has not stated whether an under-screen camera system will be used.
For biometrics, the phone will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Finally, ColorOS 12 based on Android 11 is said to come pre-installed. Given Oppo’s recent announcement of ColorOS 12, which is based on Android 12, earlier this month, this may appear strange.
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