Oppo is implementing a unique version of your foldable phone which generally seems to take a number of lessons from the Huawei Mate X, the latest foldable phone on the market.
After Samsung announced its Galaxy Fold the other day, Huawei entered the race just yesterday if this showcased a foldable phone with minimal bezels.
On Monday, Brian Shen, VP at Oppo latched onto Weibo and gave us our first look at their yet unnamed foldable phone.
Shen noted that this company doesn’t believe a foldable phone will cause a whole lot of improvement in buyer experience, which is the reason Oppo is just not mass producing its foldable phone as of this time because it wants to view the response from consumers first.
The Weibo post was that has a number of close-up shots in the phone involved which reminded us of the Mate X.
Inspired by Huawei Mate X?
Taking little cues from your Mate X, it’s like Oppo’s foldable phone has a bigger screen if it reveals with a tablet. The bezels about the Oppo foldable certainly are a extra in comparison to the Mate X.
Even your camera implementation looks much like the Huawei counterpart since it uses the back cameras to shoot selfies. It also includes a sidebar-like design about the back which houses the dual-camera setup as well as the branding nearby the bottom edge. The top edge from the sidebar also seems to house the energy button.
Theres just no more knowledge about the internals from the Oppo foldable phone and it appears like it may be a while before we hear anything official from the company.