OnePlus Open 2 Launch Canceled for 2024, Tipster Reveals

OnePlus Open 2 Launch Canceled for 2024, Tipster Reveals

While the market for foldable phones is buzzing with anticipation around new models from Samsung, Motorola, and others, OnePlus enthusiasts might face a letdown. According to trusted sources, the OnePlus Open 2 will not make its debut this year.

Expected Launch in 2025

The successor to the well-received OnePlus Open is now anticipated to launch in 2025. This update dashes hopes for a 2024 release. The Open 2 is rumored to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset.

Scheduled for next year instead, uses 8 Gen 4 — Chun Bhai (@chunvn8888) May 11, 2024

Chipset and Launch Details

Information about the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 is limited, with an official unveiling expected later this year (October-November 2024). The initial phones featuring this chip might be released as early as December, particularly in China.

The global release timeline for most Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 devices remains uncertain, and it's unclear if the Open 2 will be among them.

Little Information Available

Currently, there's scant concrete information about the OnePlus Open 2. This lack of details is expected to continue for some time. Historically, OnePlus has rebranded Oppo’s foldable phones for international markets.

Following this pattern, the Open 2 is likely to be a rebranded version of the Oppo Find N5, much like the original Open was a rebrand of the Oppo Find N3 released last year.

However, the leaked details might hold true, especially given previous rumors that Oppo postponed the Find N5’s launch until 2025. Since the Open 2 is expected to be a rebrand, it’s not surprising that its release will also be delayed until 2025.

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