OnePlus OPEN leaked renders reveals major changes in the design language

OnePlus is preparing to release its debut foldable smartphone, the OnePlus OPEN. The company has started teasing the device on its social media accounts, suggesting that its launch is imminent. The gadget has already been a topic of speculation and leaks for quite some time.

And now, the complete renders of the device have been leaked on the internet. The renders reveal the complete design of the device which also confirms the brand has opted for a major overhaul in terms of form factor and design.

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The leaked renders supposedly depict the visual representation of a pre-production unit. As evident from the side-by-side comparison below, the phone’s aspect ratio has undergone significant changes when closed. It now bears a striking resemblance to the Oppo Find N2 as opposed to the original set of renders.

It seems smaller compared to its previous size, as the circular camera cluster now takes up a larger area on the rear. However, there are speculations circulating that it will surpass the Find N2 in terms of size. The alert slider and power button with in-built fingerprint scanner is still there on the device.

The audio quality has been enhanced by repositioning the speakers, and modifications have been made to the frame of the device. In portrait mode, the selfie camera on the inner display has been moved from the top left corner to the top right corner. On the back of the device, the Hasselblad branding has been simplified to just a letter “H” placed above a potential ToF or LiDAR sensor.

It appears smaller than before (the images aren’t at the same scale), as the circular camera island now occupies more space on the back. Nonetheless, there are rumors that it will be bigger than the Find N2.

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