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OnePlus Open foldable phone launch date leaked as August 29

If all goes to plan, the OnePlus Fold will feature an attractive design and strong hardware that will challenge existing foldable devices.

A person is using a tool to assemble a oneplus fold on a workbench.

It’s no longer a secret that OnePlus is working on its first book-style foldable smartphone to compete with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Google Pixel Fold.

In recent weeks, we’ve received multiple informative leaks revealing renders of the device and detailed specs. The leaks indicate OnePlus is on the verge of introducing an impressive foldable with stunning design and hardware that can rival current foldables.

However, one key detail was missing: the OnePlus Open launch date, which may have just been revealed courtesy of the latest leak.

OnePlus Open launch date leaked

Oneplus open launch date revealed
Image: KnowTechie via Onleaks

Earlier rumors suggested an August launch for the OnePlus Open. Now renowned leaker Max Jambor has reinforced that prediction, claiming on Twitter the first OnePlus foldable will launch on August 29 at an expected New York event.

An earlier leak from a credible source, Yogesh Brar, also mentioned a New York event in August, potentially earlier in the month. Max Jambor previously revealed the foldable’s name as OnePlus Open rather than OnePlus Fold or V Fold as speculated.

OnePlus is also rumored to be using a modified OxygenOS called OxygenOS Fold, according to SnoopyTech.

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Saurav loves writing and tech. So, after engineering, he didn't look back and embarked on a journey to become a tech writer. Saurav has worked for various tech websites across the globe. Saurav has recently joined Know Techie and is proud to be a part of it.

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