Chinese smartphone manufacturers appear to want to stake out a position in the foldable market. Pete Lau, a co-founder of OnePlus, has alluded to the company’s first folding smartphone, although the name and launch information are yet unknown. He posted two photographs on Twitter that show the hinges of a foldable phone, which will probably be in the upcoming OnePlus smartphone. OnePlus foldable phone will then try to compete with other brands in that market.
What do you believe this is? is written in the tweet’s caption by Lau. A folding hinge mechanism, which we have seen in many folding devices, is plainly seen in the second photograph. It’s interesting to note that we have previously heard rumours of a foldable OnePlus phone.
It’s also important to keep in mind that Pete Lau, the CEO of OnePlus, is not new to folding smartphones. He directed the creation of OPPO Find N 5G folding smartphone, which made its debut in 2017.
Due to the fact that Find N is the company’s first folding smartphone, the firm regrettably decided not to launch the product in India. We can anticipate Lau to introduce the device to India, where it is extremely popular, if the OnePlus folding phone rumour is true.