Rumor | OPPO's first-gen foldable phone will have an LTPO display
OPPO is one of a few OEMs rumored to jump on the foldable bandwagon in 2021 or 2022. In its case, the eminent leaker Digital Chat Station now claims that the OEM's first-gen answer to the Galaxy Z Fold series might make it to launch this year.
In fact, the tipster now claims that OPPO's inaugural foldable - which is also said to mimic the aforementioned Z Fold3 in terms of design - will have a main display with at least 1 of the most advanced specs out there. Its panel is projected to integrate low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO), rated to enhance power-efficiency and help facilitate variable refresh rates (VRRs).
This putative OPPO foldable may be powered by a top-end SoC such as the Snapdragon 888 and run on ColorOS 12 based on Android 12. Finally, Digital Chat Station has hinted that the presumably flagship-grade device might join a series fans of its brand might not expect.