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OnePlus Open could be more durable than Galaxy Z Fold 5

Rated for 400,00 folds on paper, versus the Z Fold 5’s 200,000.

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The OnePlus Open launch date is approaching, and the sheer volume of leaks is evidence of it. We are getting a new leask for the OnePlus foldable almost every week. 

Although OnePlus has delayed its fordable launch to switch its display manufacturer, which also resulted in a different design for the device, as evident from leaked renders. 

The increase in frequency of OnePlus Open leaks leads us to believe it will launch soon. However, we don’t have any official confirmation or leaks regarding the matter. 

OnePlus Open will be rated for 400,000 folds!

New OnePlus Open Render
Source: OnLeaks/KnowTechie

The latest OnePlus Open leak suggests the device has been tested for 400,000 folds. The number is twice as much as Samsung’s latest Galaxy Z Fold 5, officially rated for 200,000 folds.

The leak comes courtesy of leaker Max Jambor, who posted about OnePlus’s book-style foldable smartphone on X, formerly Twitter. 

The 400,000 folds for the OnePlus Open means the device can be opened and closed 100 times a day for ten years, give or take. It’s obviously a high number and likely greater than the number of years you will keep the phone.

OnePlus only delivers four years of software updates for its flagship smartphone, meaning it should hold up pretty well.   

The OPPO Find N3 Flip was recently unveiled in China and is also rated for 400,000 folds. OnePlus Open is also an OPPO-made device, so it doesn’t come as a surprise. However, we would say that OnePlus is trying to get the upper hand over its competitor, Samsung, with a higher fold number.

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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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