OnePlus Open tipped to launch with OxygenOS 13 and 16GB of RAM
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2's days as Qualcomm's most sought-after chipset are fast coming to an end, with its Gen 3 successor hot on its heels. Nevertheless, the kalama code-name might have 1 more big-name leak left in it, as it has appeared alongside a model number known to belong to the impending OPPO Find N3 - or OnePlus Open for the international market.
Given that the identifier in question is the OPPO CPH2499 rather than PHN110, this new Geekbench listing is indeed believed to pertain to the global version rather than that intended for the Chinese market. Should that be the case, OnePlus' first-ever foldable device will be powered by the 8 Gen 2 - and the standard variant clocked at a maximum of 3.19GHz at that.
It has used Android 13 to propel the "Open" to scores a shade under those posted by the Ace 2 Pro on the same benchmark as of late, and even less than those of the Pixel 8 series, even though the upcoming device has 16GB of RAM.
Nevertheless, the OnePlus Open might find strengths besides performance on its debut, projected to launch as one of the best-designed exponents of its premium class yet. In addition, the OEM might yet have time to refine what appears to be OxygenOS 13 for foldables ahead of its possibly imminent launch.