OnePlus V Fold design seemingly shown in this OPPO leak

OPPO Find N3 design sketch leak

The OnePlus V Fold is the company’s upcoming foldable smartphone. The company’s very first foldable phone. That being said, the OPPO Find N3 design did leak via a sketch, and this is what the OnePlus V Fold could look like too.

This could be the design of the OnePlus V Fold

Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. The first, and more important one, is the detail on the design itself. You’ll notice that this phone seems to have an alert slider on the right side. Well, at least a third physical button/ switch on the right side, which sure looks like an alert slider.

OPPO doesn’t have a tendency to use such hardware on its phones, but OnePlus does. On top of that, these two companies are sister companies, both are owned by BBK Electronics. They’re no strangers to sharing designs, and rebranding specific phones for different markets.

So, this could be the OnePlus V Fold, but nothing guarantees it. In any case, if this is, in fact, the OPPO Find N3, it’ll seemingly be considerably larger than its predecessor, as rumors indicated.


The OPPO Find N & N2 were rather compact when folded, but the Find N3 won’t be, it seems

The OPPO Find N and N2 were rather compact phones when folded. When unfolded, they featured 7.1-inch displays. Well, the OPPO Find N3 will seemingly up that to an 8-inch panel, so it’ll be more in line with the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Xiaomi MIX Fold 2, and other larger book-style foldables.

The OPPO Find N and N2 were really the only book-style foldables that were compact. One would say that a phone should be compact when folded, but… it seems like most companies go the opposite way.

In any case, you’ll notice a camera oreo on the back of this phone, with three cameras on the inside. Hasselblad logo is also included in that camera oreo, and one of the cameras is a periscope telephoto unit. We presume that the other two are wide (main) and ultrawide units, as rumors indicated. The phone will allegedly have a 50-megapixel main camera (Sony’s IMX890 sensor), a 48-megapixel ultrawide unit (Sony’s IMX581 sensor), and a 32-megapixel periscope telephoto camera (L07D1W22).

The bezels on the cover display are quite thin, while a display camera hole is centered up top. Unfortunately, this leak does not show us the main display.