OnePlus Nord 3 and OnePlus Fold Launch Time Frame Tipped

A recent update states that OnePlus is likely to launch its OnePlus Nord 3 and the OnePlus Fold devices soon.

Read more about it below.

OnePlus Nord 3 and OnePlus Fold to Launch Soon

The well-known tipster on the Twitter platform, Abhishek Yadav has tipped the launch time frame of the upcoming OnePlus Nord 3 and the OnePlus Fold devices. As per what he has tipped, the OnePlus Nord 3 might have its launch on or after the 16th of June, this month whereas the OnePlus Fold will probably be launched before the 19th of August, 2023.

OnePlus Fold

It was in the first quarter of this year, that OnePlus announced its plan to launch two new foldable devices – the OnePlus V Fold and OnePlus V Flip and the two devices were tipped to arrive in the market between the month of July and September this year. However recent updates are only speaking about the OnePlus Fold device, which further confirms that the launch might take place in New York in the first half of August.

Regarding its specifications, as per rumors, the upcoming foldable from OnePlus is likely to arrive equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset integrated with an Adreno GPU. The device might also be coupled with an LPDDR5 RAM of 16GB and UFS 4.0 internal storage of 512GB. It is also likely to operate on the Android 13-based Oxygen OS 13.1 custom UI.

About its display, rumors speak that the device would probably have an 8″ foldable QHD+ OLED display along with a 6.5″ FHD+ OLED cover display.

The device might also sport a triple camera setup at its rear with a 50MP OIS main camera, 48MP ultrawide camera, and a 32MP periscopic camera. For selfies, a 32MP front-facing camera is also expected.

The OnePlus foldable is also likely to be backed by a 4800 mAh battery with a fast charge support of upto 80W.

OnePlus Nord 3

Now regarding the OnePlus Nord 3 smartphone, the device was recently spotted on the Geekbench database and had also received multiple certifications before. It is also expected to be the rebadged version of the OnePlus Ace 2V smartphone which is available in China.

OnePlus is currently conducting a road trip campaign, a first of its kind by the company, and on the 16th of June, the canter truck on which the road trip is being conducted will enter the premises of the Royal Global University, Guwahati. From what is being suggested by the tipster, OnePlus may launch the smartphone in the Indian market, as a part of this road trip.

Speaking about its specifications, the upcoming OnePlus Nord 3 smartphone is now confirmed to arrive equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 9000 chipset and is going to operate on the Android 13-based Oxygen OS 13 custom user interface. The device is also expected to be integrated with the Mali-G710 GPU.

For its display, the smartphone might feature a 1.5K AMOLED display with a screen size of 6.73 inches and is expected to have a refresh rate of 120Hz.

At its rear, the smartphone is expected to sport a triple camera setup with a main camera of 50MP, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro camera. A front-facing camera of 16MP is also expected

The upcoming device should probably be backed by a 5000 mAh battery and is likely to support an 80W fast charge feature.

With its launch that is soon expected to take place, we’ll be able to know more about the upcoming devices. Stay tuned for more updates.


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