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OnePlus Open
OnePlus Open
Processeur
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 8 x 2 - 3.2 GHz, Cortex-X3 / A715 / A710 / A510 (Kryo)
Carte graphique
Mémoire
16 Go 
Écran
7.82 pouces, 2440 x 2268 pixel 426 PPP, Capacitive, OLED, Cover display: 6.31 inches, 2484x1164, brillant: oui, 120 Hz
Disque dur
512GB
Connexions
USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 1 Infrarouge, 1 Lecteur d'empreintes digitales, NFC, Capteurs: Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
Réseau
Wi-Fi 7 (a/b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6/ Wi-Fi 6E 6 GHz be = Wi-Fi 7), Bluetooth 5.3, GSM, UMTS, LTE, 5G, Dual SIM, GPS
Taille
Hauteur x Largeur x Profondeur (en mm): 11.7 x 153.4 x 73.3
Batterie
4805 mAh Lithium-Polymère
Système d'exploitation
Android 13
Appareil photo
Appareil photo primaire: 48 MPix (f/1.7, 24mm, 1/1.43", 1.12µm) + 64MP (3x optical zoom, f/2.6, 70mm (telephoto), 1/2", 0.7µm) + 48MP (f/2.2, 14mm, 1/2", 0.8µm)
Appareil photo secondaire: 20 MPix (f/2.2, 20mm, 1/4", 0.7µm) + 32MP (f/2.4, 22mm, 1/3.14", 0.7µm)
Fonctionnalités additionnelles
Clavier: OnScreen
Poids
239 g

 

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Note moyenne: 85.64% - Bon
Moyenne de 69 notes (à partir de 109 critiques)
prix: 76%, performances: 89%, équipement: 94%, écran: 93% mobilité: 84%, finition: 87%, ergonomie: 80%, degré de nuisance: - %

Critiques pour le/la OnePlus Open

80% OnePlus Open
Source: Les Numeriques Français
Pour son premier smartphone pliant, OnePlus fait mouche. Le constructeur livre un modèle doté de deux beaux afficheurs intégrés à un boîtier au design travaillé, aux performances solides, à l'autonomie longue durée et au volet photo convaincant, du moins pour sa catégorie. La pliure de son écran est discrète et il propose une interface exploitant correctement son format. Hormis un tarif de lancement très ambitieux et l'absence de certification d'étanchéité, il y a bien peu à reprocher à ce smartphone qui ne volera pas sa place dans le cercle des modèles premium.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 01/09/2024
Notes: Note globale: 80% performances: 80% écran: 100% mobilité: 100% finition: 60% ergonomie: 60%
90% Test du OnePlus Open : un premier smartphone pliant déjà capable de battre Samsung
Source: Frandroid Français
Si je devais acheter un smartphone pliant, là tout de suite, maintenant, ce serait sans doute ce OnePlus Open. Il n'a, pour ainsi dire, aucun défaut majeur. On a coutume de dire que les smartphones pliants sont une affaire de concession. Logique, avec la charnière qui s'invite dans la conception, les fabricants manquent de place et sont obligés de rogner ici ou là sur certains critères pourtant installés dans le haut de gamme depuis longtemps. Ce OnePlus Open prouve qu'il est possible de faire un smartphone pliant sans grande concession. Pas de concession sur la charge qui monte ici à 67W. Pas de concession non plus sur les performances qui évitent l'écueil de la chauffe. La charnière est tout simplement la meilleure que nous ayons jamais vue, tant nous ne remarquons pas la pliure sur l'écran interne. La partie photo se montre bien efficace.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/07/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 80%
87% Test OnePlus Open : enfin un smartphone pliant qui mérite son SMIC ?
Source: Presse Citron Français
S’il ne corrige pas encore tous les défauts des smartphones pliants, le OnePlus Open s’impose comme le modèle le plus abouti à ce jour. OnePlus et OPPO ont réussi à trouver le format parfait pour que l’utilisateur bascule du mode smartphone au mode tablette à bon escient. Ses écrans sublimes, l’absence de pliure grâce à une charnière innovante, sa durée de vie, ses excellentes performances, son logiciel bien pensé et son système de recharge ultra-rapide sont autant d’atouts en sa faveur. L’autonomie est encore perfectible, tout comme la partie photographique, encore trop en deçà par rapport aux modèles premium. Malgré une épaisseur encore un brin handicapante, le format et le poids plume du OnePlus Open en font un véritable smartphone (certes toujours encombrant) que l’on prend plaisir à utiliser au quotidien. On ne l’ouvre finalement que pour des usages bien spécifiques, axés sur le multimédia et la productivité. Et si c’était ça finalement, le smartphone pliant que l’on attend tous ?
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/30/2023
Notes: Note globale: 87% prix: 80% performances: 95% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 90%
90% Test du OnePlus Open: Une entrée remarquée sur le marché des smartphones pliables
Source: Nextpit France Français
Lorsque l'on compare le OnePlus Open à ses principaux concurrents sur le marché, il est évident que l'appareil surpasse nombre d'entre eux sur divers aspects. Mais s'agit-il du meilleur appareil pliable du marché? Le OnePlus Open présente un facteur de forme différent de celui du Google Pixel Fold, s'alignant davantage sur le design du Galaxy Z Fold 5. Comme Samsung, il fonctionne sur l'OS Android mais introduit son skin exclusif. En revanche, le Pixel Fold offre une expérience Android plus "pure". Dans le domaine des technologies de recharge rapide, OnePlus est clairement en tête avec sa solution plus rapide.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/22/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
80% Test OnePlus Open : le smartphone pliant qui frappe fort et ridiculise la concurrence
Source: Journal du Geek Français
Pour un coup d’essai, c’est un coup de maître que réalise OnePlus avec l’Open. En effet, si c’est le premier smartphone pliant de la marque, n’oublions pas que OnePlus dépend très fortement d’Oppo. Aussi, OnePlus a bénéficié de l’expérience d’Oppo pour son premier essai. D’ailleurs, on attend un confirmation mais la version chinoise du OnePlus Open n’est autre que le futur Oppo Find N3 (Le Find N3 Flip vient d'être officialiser il y a quelques jours). Toujours est-il qu’on est en Europe et qu’on parle du OnePlus Open qui, pour faire simple, corrige tous les reproches des utilisateurs au sujet du Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. Certains n’ont pas succombé au smartphone du géant coréen parce qu’il trouvait l’écran externe trop étroit quand le smartphone n’était pas déplié.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/20/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
90% Test du OnePlus Open : un premier smartphone pliant déjà capable de battre Samsung
Source: Frandroid Français
Si je devais acheter un smartphone pliant, là tout de suite, maintenant, ce serait sans doute ce OnePlus Open. Il n'a, pour ainsi dire, aucun défaut majeur. On a coutume de dire que les smartphones pliants sont une affaire de concession. Logique, avec la charnière qui s'invite dans la conception, les fabricants manquent de place et sont obligés de rogner ici ou là sur certains critères pourtant installés dans le haut de gamme depuis longtemps. Ce OnePlus Open prouve qu'il est possible de faire un smartphone pliant sans grande concession. Pas de concession sur la charge qui monte ici à 67W. Pas de concession non plus sur les performances qui évitent l'écueil de la chauffe. La charnière est tout simplement la meilleure que nous ayons jamais vue, tant nous ne remarquons pas la pliure sur l'écran interne. La partie photo se montre bien efficace. Certes, il peut manquer encore un peu de maturité à l'interface qui conserve quelques erreurs de jeunesse.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 80%
80% Test OnePlus Open : il se plie en quatre pour nous séduire
Source: Phonandroid Français
De tous les smartphones pliables vendus en France, le OnePlus Open est clairement le meilleur. Reprenant ce qui marche chez la concurrence et améliorant certains points, il offre une expérience très appréciable. Design agréable, bons écrans, processeur puissant, partie logicielle réfléchie et excellente autonomie, il cumule les qualités. La seule déception concerne la partie photo, tout juste moyenne. Un comble, étant donné que c'est sur ce segment que OnePlus a mis le paquet Bref, un smartphone réussi… mais vendu trop cher !
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%

Critiques dans des langues étrangères

100% OnePlus Open Review: Contender for Smartphone of the Year
Source: Android Headlines Anglais EN→FR
Despite my love for the OnePlus Open, it’s still tough to recommend it, mainly due to the price. This is a $1,699 phone at the end of the day. And while it does a lot of things right, not everyone can afford to or wants to spend that much on a phone. And I completely understand. Of course, part of what makes this tough for OnePlus is that it is not going to be available on carriers (it does work on all three US carriers, though). So customers won’t be able to take advantage of the crazy trade-in deals that some carriers tend to offer. At the end of the day, the decision is up to you. And if you’ve been thinking about getting foldable, there’s no better option than the OnePlus Open as your first foldable experience. And that’s because OnePlus was able to sit back and see all the mistakes that other companies did with their early foldable devices, Samsung is on their fifth-generation foldable, and they are pretty far behind the OnePlus Open right now, surprisingly.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 03/11/2024
Notes: Note globale: 100%
Oneplus Open
Source: GSM Choice Anglais EN→FR
Would I choose him? If I were to buy an opening phone, I would think very carefully and I would be in quite a dilemma, because there are more and more of these phones on the market and I can honestly tell you that I have a dilemma. I think it's a solid foldable and a very successful debut in a new segment for OnePlus. If you ask me whether I recommend this smartphone, I will say this: if you like it and can afford it, go ahead and buy it, because it is a very nice device that I can recommend with full confidence. This is one of those phones I wish I had. I hope that the next foldable models will be at least as good or even better than this one.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 02/29/2024
80% OnePlus Open review: the new king of foldables reigns supreme
Source: T3 Anglais EN→FR
Having used most foldable phones in existence, it's clear to me that the OnePlus Open is hands-down the best one you can buy right now. That's thanks to a folding mechanism that's simply far smoother than the competition, revealing a main screen that has the mildest 'crease' of any foldable you'll see. It's impressive. At the same time, however, because the front display of the OnePlus Fold is so similar to a flagship phone, and the design of the device isn't a million miles away from that either, it's often meant that I simply don't unfold the main display hidden within. When I do, that near-square aspect ratio isn't practical for a huge number of things in my view. Plus I'd prefer some OxygenOS tweaks for an even better general experience. Despite my preferences, however, OnePlus' first foray into the foldables market (at this phone-meets-tablet scale anyway) is undeniably a major success. The Open doesn't compromise in any one department compared to its key competition, making for an experience that, right now, can't be rivalled.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 02/10/2024
Notes: Note globale: 80%
100 Days with the OnePlus Open [Review]
Source: G Style Magazine Anglais EN→FR
I have stated to most that the OnePlus Open is arguably the best phone they have created and applies some needed pressure on Samsung’s Z Fold Series. It presents everything you want in a foldable as far as great looking inner display, wide enough outer display, nice camera, and impressive hardware that has kept it ticking without fail. It does retail for $1699 but there are deals where I seen it for $1499 before any trade-ins if you look around.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 01/19/2024
80% OnePlus Open review: An open-and-shut case for foldables
Source: Expert Reviews Anglais EN→FR
As full-sized foldable phones go, the OnePlus Open is one of the most pleasingly intuitive and easy to live with yet. Its design is beautifully balanced, with a highly usable external display and an inner screen with a minimal crease. Meanwhile, the camera system is far from the weak point it often is on foldable phones. In fact, it’s downright good. The cherry on the cake is OnePlus’ well-executed software, which makes it easy to run apps side by side or in floating windows on that big, beautiful inner screen. All this in a package that costs hundreds less than the competition. It’s not perfect by any means. The body could still stand to be slimmer and lighter, like the Honor Magic V2, while the Open is missing basic flagship features like wireless charging and a strong IP rating. Even so, the OnePlus Open stands as one of the best foldables around.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/19/2024
Notes: Note globale: 80%
OnePlus Open Display test
Source: DxOMark Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open, the first foldable device from OnePlus, showed an impressive performance in our display testing, with strong results in readability, color, and artifacts. The OnePlus Open’s readability was among the best we have seen so far, scoring near the top of the readability attribute. Color was also a high-performing attribute, coming close to a high score. Both attributes contributed to a generally pleasant experience when viewing photos or browsing the web. Although the screen showed good brightness in indoor conditions, when it came to watching HDR videos, the screen lacked brightness and details, detracting from a pleasant experience. One of the challenging aspects of a foldable screen for manufacturers is de-emphasizing the presence of the middle crease when the phone is unfolded. But the OnePlus Open surprised us in this respect. We evaluated the device unfolded and found the Flexi-fluid AMOLED screen’s crease to be barely visible.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/12/2024
80% OnePlus Open Review – an Open and Shut Case?
Source: Amateur Photographer Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is a really nice folding phone, and shows that you don’t have to buy a Samsung to get a premium experience. There’s a great set of rear cameras, with good results from the ultra-wide, great results from the main camera, and really good results from the telephoto camera. In terms of down-sides, the ultra-wide angle camera is perhaps one where I would have liked to see sharper images, as results can look soft at times. In addition the lack of wireless charging is an odd omission on a flagship phone at this price point. The next generation of camera phones are on their way, and the iQOO 12, Vivo X100 Pro, and Oppo Find X7 Ultra all looking to take smartphone cameras to the next level, with non-folding phones still looking like they’ll have an advantage over folding phones.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/10/2024
Notes: Note globale: 80%
84% OnePlus Open Long-term Review: Coming of age for foldable smartphones
Source: Tech2.in.com Anglais EN→FR
If we talk about just the foldable phones category, the OnePlus Open does successfully address a lot of concerns in the segment. It is slimmer and lighter than its peers without compromising on the build quality and the display crease is barely visible. These are significant steps in the evolution of foldable smartphones. In addition to that, it has powerful processing hardware, ample storage, outstanding displays and excellent cameras making the OnePlus Open a compelling choice if you have the need and the budget for it..
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 12/29/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84%
80% OnePlus Open review: A promising start
Source: Gadgets Now Anglais EN→FR
The foldable phone market is seeing a lot more traction and considering all things, OnePlus Open emerges as a contender for those seeking a robust and impressive device. It boasts reliable performance, a distinctive software interface, and commendable camera capabilities. At Rs 1,39,900, the OnePlus Open is the most expensive phone OnePlus has made. It also the most unique phone OnePlus has made. The OnePlus Open makes a promising debut, but it's important to manage expectations. It is not a phone that is rewriting the foldable rules but it is adding a new chapter with the quintessential OnePlus experience in a new form factor. OnePlus will certainly give a lot of food for thought to competition, especially Samsung. For the first foldable from its stable, OnePlus has definitely made a really impressive phone. As we said in the beginning, selling a foldable phone in today’s market is an enormous challenge because of a multitude of factors.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 12/25/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
OnePlus just beat Apple at their own game... (TITANIUM TEARDOWN)
Source: JerryRigEverything Anglais
Apple is going to be SO MAD they didn't think of this first. Thanks to Stamps.com for sponsoring the show! Today we are taking apart the new OnePlus Open. A Folding smartphone which OnePlus says has titanium on the inside. Just riding that wave of premium materials that Apple started with the new iPhone 15 Pro.
Soutien, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 12/12/2023
94% OnePlus Open review: It’s the best foldable, and so much more
Source: Gadgetbyte Nepal Anglais EN→FR
Alright, let’s wrap up this OnePlus Open review. And it pretty much goes without saying that the OnePlus Open is one heck of a smartphone. Easily the best foldable out there the biggest threat to Samsung’s “Galaxy Z Fold” empire. But more importantly, I think it actually has what it takes to get people excited about foldable phones as well. With its “normal” design that transforms from a regular smartphone to a mini tablet in seconds, a couple of top-notch displays, an excellent software system, alongside decent cameras and battery backup, the OnePlus Open really is this no-compromise foldable that you should look into if you’ve been itching to get in on the foldable fun. Of course, this thing doesn’t come cheap. Although OnePlus has undercut its Samsung alternative by a pretty significant margin. And by all means, I’m not saying this is perfect or anything either. But if the OnePlus Open isn’t enough to convince you to switch to a foldable phone, I don’t see what will. At least for now.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 12/07/2023
Notes: Note globale: 94% prix: 90% performances: 100% écran: 95% mobilité: 90% finition: 90%
100% OnePlus Open Review: Contender for Smartphone of the Year
Source: Android Headlines Anglais EN→FR
Despite my love for the OnePlus Open, it’s still tough to recommend it, mainly due to the price. This is a $1,699 phone at the end of the day. And while it does a lot of things right, not everyone can afford to or wants to spend that much on a phone. And I completely understand. Of course, part of what makes this tough for OnePlus is that it is not going to be available on carriers (it does work on all three US carriers, though). So customers won’t be able to take advantage of the crazy trade-in deals that some carriers tend to offer. At the end of the day, the decision is up to you. And if you’ve been thinking about getting foldable, there’s no better option than the OnePlus Open as your first foldable experience. And that’s because OnePlus was able to sit back and see all the mistakes that other companies did with their early foldable devices, Samsung is on their fifth-generation foldable, and they are pretty far behind the OnePlus Open right now, surprisingly.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 12/05/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
OnePlus Open Durability Test - You guessed wrong...
Source: JerryRigEverything Anglais
They have SO MANY LIGHTS. And huge thanks to Govee for sponsoring this video. The OnePlus open has caught the eye of many - but is the OnePlus Open as durable as the Samsung Galaxy Fold? Or will it snap in half like the Google Pixel? There is only one way to find out - and that's with a JerryRigEverything durability test!
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 12/01/2023
90% OnePlus Open Review: Raising the Bar
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
With the Open, OnePlus has really changed my perspective about foldables. Horizontal foldables no longer have average cameras, decent battery life, charge slowly, and weigh over a quarter of a kilo. There's finally a foldable that lets you leave behind these shortcomings we have gotten used to or consider to be the norm over the past few years. OnePlus has raised the bar indeed. The Open has little to no compromises made when compared to regular premium flagship smartphones. And that itself speaks volumes about how much OnePlus has distanced itself from Samsung. The OnePlus Open offers a high-resolution cover display which can be used like a regular smartphone, a large foldable display with well-optimised software, the same level of performance that's expected from an ultra-premium flagship and for once quality cameras on a foldable. Apart from offering better displays, better cameras (on paper), faster charging and better battery life, it's also priced lower than Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 5 (Review). What's not to like?
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/29/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 80% performances: 100% écran: 90% mobilité: 90% finition: 100%
100% OnePlus Open review: a fabulous foldable
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
There are now a bunch of really brilliant foldable phones on the market – but they still need lower pricing to really jump into anything near the mainstream. But what OnePlus has produced here is a very fine foldable. Crucially, the form factor hasn’t meant compromises in terms of performance or the specifications of the device. Everything is fully flagship class. Who will buy this phone? It’s a good question when OnePlus is known primarily for well-priced sub-flagships. So can it bring its fans to the foldable market, too? Time will tell.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/29/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
OnePlus Open Smartphone Review
Source: OI Spice Tech News Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus Open is undoubtedly a great foldable smartphone, which has everything to align as per the price point. You’re getting a higher resolution display, powerful hardware, decent Dolby Atmos experience, astounding camera quality, better video, and a long-lasting battery. Following this, the device also got a feature-rich interface, 4-year Andriod updates, and a security patch. However, the device might not be a perfect foldable smartphone, as it lacks when it comes to clicking images from the cover selfie lens. Moreover, the telephoto lens has below-average night-mode features. Hopefully, the overall usage isn’t that bad whether using the foldable screen or the cover screen. But if you are looking for a decent alternative, check out the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. Finally, make the decision based on your necessities.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/28/2023
OnePlus Open Audio test
Source: DxOMark Anglais EN→FR
With an overall score of 135, the OnePlus Open delivered a good performance in the DXOMARK Audio tests. Thanks to an additional speaker, it is one of very few foldable phones that offer stereo rendition in portrait orientation while unfolded, making better use of its design and large dimensions and providing better immersivity than most competitors. In our tests, the OnePlus was consistently good across all use cases, thanks to a very pleasant timbre in both playback and recording. Our testers liked the device’s effective audio zoom feature, but also noticed some flaws such as a lack of high-end extension, a sometimes overzealous dynamics processing and compression in both playback and recording. According to the measurements, neither the built-in speakers nor the microphones offer a full frequency range, which is unusual for a device in this class. However, this did not prevent the OnePlus from delivering a satisfying timbre, and a solid performance in our tests.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/27/2023
80% OnePlus Open review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
And unfortunately, it’s not always as impressive with one full-screen app. Those from OnePlus and some third-party apps (such as WhatsApp and Facebook) work well, but many from Google and other developers are not optimised and simply larger versions of the smartphone app. This makes them quite awkward to use at times. It’s not yet clear when the Open will get an update to Android 14, but it’s likely to be before the end of 2023. OnePlus promises an additional four years of Android version updates and five years of security updates, taking you up to 2028. This isn’t as good as Google’s seven years, but the Open also has an A rating from TÜV SÜD for 48-month Fluency. It supposedly ensures the device will still be performing at a high level after four years of daily usage.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/16/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
OnePlus Open Review
Source: Mobygyaan Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is extremely slim, compact and handy, looks premium and solid, has an eye-grabbing foldable design, and is incredibly cool to carry around. The large display adds a wow factor and immediately catches the attention. It also has Hasselblad cameras which perform brilliantly and offer superior camera performance. We got some incredible camera results from the main camera, remarkable wide-angle shots, and great telephoto zoomed shots. The OnePlus Open is also an excellent performer in terms of processing power, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is a high-end Soc that can accomplish tasks lightning fast and play games at maximum. The performance is top-notch, plus it has Dolby stereo speakers with Spatial Sound adding to the multimedia experience.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/04/2023
OnePlus Open Review: One Month Later!
Source: GadgetMatch Anglais
Still a novelty in the tech scene, foldable phones are as sexy and cutting edge as they are expensive. And as fun as they are to use, they still come with so many compromises. Enter, the OnePlus Open.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/02/2023
OnePlus Open review: Foldable loaded with amplified smartphone experiences
Source: Business Standard Anglais EN→FR
In summary, the OnePlus Open offers a thin and lightweight design, premium build, stunning displays, smooth performance, and impressive battery life. While the camera experience has its strengths and weaknesses, it is generally superior to that of other foldable devices. The OnePlus Open represents a successful first attempt at a foldable smartphone by OnePlus, in collaboration with OPPO. Priced at Rs 139,999, it introduces novel experiences that are not typically achievable with traditional bar-shaped smartphones, making it a compelling option in the foldable device market.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/31/2023
80% OnePlus Open review: Should you buy it?
Source: Android Authority Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open notches one more win when keeping the lights on. Its 4,805mAh battery is among the largest on a foldable, and it stretches impressively far. I’ve had no issues toting the Open through a long day, taking it off the charger when I wake up around 8 AM, and not reaching for the included 67W block until sometime the following day. My usage is a reliable mix, as mentioned above, but I pushed the Open for easily more than six hours of screen-on time between charges. Granted, I tend to default to the cover display and only use the internal panel when I need to, so my results are probably better than what you’d experience if you prefer to use the foldable’s full real estate. When you need a pick-me-up, the OnePlus Open offers a mixed bag.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/28/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% OnePlus Open review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is a fantastic foldable in many ways, but it doesn’t quite give the book-style device mainstream appeal yet. The big barrier remains the price, unless you can get a more affordable contract deal once it goes on sale (not guaranteed). Battery life is mediocre and some third-party apps aren’t optimised for the internal display, but there’s still so much to like here if you do want to jump feet first into the world of book-foldables. Performance from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip is superb, even though it’s no longer the latest and greatest, and both the displays are fantastic to use in most scenarios. Then there are the cameras, with the main, ultrawide and telephoto all impressive across a range of scenarios. You also get great speakers and a 67W fast charger in the box. Considering this is a first-gen device, OnePlus has done an excellent job. But it remains a foldable that only tech enthusiasts should seriously consider… for now.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/26/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
I've tested OnePlus Open for two weeks - a superb first effort at a foldable smartphone
Source: Irish Mirror Anglais EN→FR
As a first-gen device, OnePlus Open is an excellent piece of kit. I love using it and it’s my favourite OnePlus smartphone ever. I don’t know if foldables such as this will ever be mainstream – I think the audience who will buy them are always going to be geeks and productivity hounds. Unless the prices drop significantly.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/26/2023
100% Review: OnePlus Open
Source: L&B TechReview Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is the best foldable tablet-sized smartphone we’ve ever tested. There’s no one above and no one below. Although this portrait of a cardboard figure was taken in poor lighting, the exposure is appropriate and there is almost no image noise. Firstly, the OnePlus Open can be used as a normal mobile phone because the front display has the same format as many regular smartphones. Think about how often you take your mobile phone out of your pocket to check this or that. With OnePlus Open, you get an ordinary user experience, making the unfolded display an added luxury and not an annoyance because you have to open it all the time, as is the case with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold models, for example. Yes, they also have a front display, but it’s too narrow and limits usability. On top of that, by all other parameters – construction, design, image quality, sound, camera and performance – the OnePlus Open just oozes quality. This is a smartphone from the very top shelf.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/26/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
90% OnePlus Open review: All hail the King of Foldables
Source: Laptop Mag Anglais EN→FR
At $1,699, the OnePlus Open costs nearly as much as the Google Pixel Fold and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, but currently, you can save $200 and bring that down to $1,499 if you trade in any phone, in any condition. The pricing makes sense considering the multiple displays and the potent Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. The same CPU and storage on a Z Fold 5 will run you nearly $2,000, and you only get 12GB of RAM. The Pixel Fold is powered by Google’s solid Tensor G2, 12GB of RAM, and 512GB will also run you over $1,900. I'm saying it with my whole chest, the OnePlus Open is the king of foldables in the U.S. Many other foldables are not available in the US we have heard are excellent but aren’t allowed to get our hands on. OnePlus knocked this out of the park, as the Open is the best foldable you can buy, and it will hurt your wallet less, too.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/23/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
OnePlus Open review: A no-compromise foldable phone
Source: Pocket Lint Anglais EN→FR
Looking at the entire package here on offer from OnePlus - and assuming the fingerprint sensor is just an unlucky experience with a faulty unit - the OnePlus Open is the foldable phone to beat right now. At least when it comes to the larger book-style models.Sure, Samsung has it beat when it comes to additional software features, S Pen compatibility, wireless charging and waterproofing, but as an experience, the OnePlus Open is an absolute joy to use. The outer display is really useful and doesn't feel compromised in any way. The internal display is probably the best large folding display on any phone at the time of writing, and the Open Canvas solution to multitasking is a game-changer. Plus, we finally have excellent cameras and great battery life in a foldable that also has (mostly) bloat-free software AND long-term update support. Oh, and it has fast charging. It's got everything in a slim, premium package. It's expensive, sure, but if you're going to go foldable, this should be very near the top of your list.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/22/2023
OnePlus Open Review: What’s Up, Samsung?
Source: Droid Life Anglais EN→FR
Deciding to buy a foldable is probably never going to be easy. These types of devices are expensive and there is always long-term durability to take into account. OnePlus says they’ve put in the work to ensure this device will last you for years to come, plus they are prepared to support it with software updates for a full 5 years, just like Samsung does with its foldables. So if you trust that OnePlus’ Open is built to last, does it standout enough to get you to buy one? In my testing, I feel like the Open has it all for a foldable in this category. The displays are top-tier, the cameras are as well, performance is classic OnePlus awesome, software is off to such a good start, and battery life left me without worry. The hardware feels incredible and premium in hand and might be the best shape and size of this phone-to-tablet foldable design.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/21/2023
90% OnePlus Open review: Reaping the late mover advantage in foldables
Source: The Indian Express Anglais EN→FR
Smartphone companies are clearly feeling the pressure of being left behind in the foldable race. And this is why every brand worth its salt wants to launch its own fold or flip phone before more enter the race. This new form factor also offers companies the opportunity to charge more from their consumers than what their regular phones can do. The latest to enter this bandwagon is OnePlus with the Open.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/21/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
70% OnePlus Open Review: Sleek Hardware Isn't Enough to Take on Samsung
Source: CNet Anglais EN→FR
There is certainly plenty to love about OnePlus' first foldable. Although its cameras leave room for growth, its hardware is stellar with a thin design, vibrant screens and fast wired charging. I love that OnePlus includes a fast charger and a case in the box, too. The software shows promise, even though it needs more refinement to truly take advantage of the larger foldable display. Perhaps some of this will come as Google improves the foldable Android experience as a whole. But you should never buy a product with the hope that a company might fix something later – even if OnePlus is promising four years of major OS upgrades. At the end of the day, the Open's biggest issue is one that has plagued OnePlus for years: value. It's hard to justify spending $1,700 for the Open when you consider trade-in offers and carrier deals that knock hundreds off a Galaxy Z Fold 5 or Pixel Fold.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/21/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
75% OnePlus Open Review: Probably the best foldable phone of 2023
Source: Phone Arena Anglais EN→FR
There you have it, the OnePlus Open is surely a runner-up for the best foldable phone right now. You get bright and large screens, a very customizable and lightweight, but at the same time feature-rich interface that makes the multitasking a very pleasant experience, you get very capable cameras that are great all-around performers, you get very decent performance with great thermal management, and finally, you get more than reliable battery life paired with ultra-fast charging that's in a class of its own. Are those enough to crown the OnePlus Open as the foldable phone to beat? Yes, it feels as if OnePlus has nailed it from the get-go. What's more, it's a phone that excites with its simplicity even though it lacks a wildcard feature, like an S Pen. With a starting price of around $1,500 after trade-in, the OnePlus Open is affordable when compared to its direct competitors, but you can probably find deals on those that will equalize the playing field. Still, the OnePlus Open is probably the best value among all foldable phones available in the US.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/21/2023
Notes: Note globale: 75%
96% OnePlus Open Review: The Best Foldable Smartphone Available in the U.S. Also Happens to Be the Most Affordable
Source: Gear Diary Anglais EN→FR
I am absolutely impressed by the OnePlus Open. There are so many things that OnePlus got right with this phone, from its size and finish to its battery life to the multitasking experience to the Hasselblad-tuned camera. But most importantly, I’m happy that we now get a choice of foldables in the US. It’s also important to note that the Open’s 5G works on all major US carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, which hasn’t always been the case on previous OnePlus models.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/21/2023
Notes: Note globale: 96%
OnePlus Open Review: The Cure For The Common Foldable
Source: MrMobile Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/21/2023
My OnePlus Open REVIEW - 1 Week Later…
Source: The Tech Chap Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/21/2023
80% OnePlus Open review: The best foldable you won't buy
Source: Android Central Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus isn't holding back with the Open — the foldable goes up against the best that Samsung has to offer right now, and it manages to come out ahead in several key areas. The Open has a much better design and in-hand feel, a smoother hinge that's touted to be more durable, a crease that's as close to invisible as any foldable today, and larger battery with faster charging tech. The biggest win is a cover screen that's just the right size, and the cameras are the best you'll find on a foldable. To its credit, OnePlus has a lot of nifty multitasking features, but the software is where the Open falters; it just isn't refined, you miss out on basic features, and there are enough issues out of the box that I'd suggest waiting a few weeks (or months) to see if these are sufficiently rectified.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/20/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
OnePlus Open First Impressions & More
Source: Pocketnow Anglais
On Pocketnow Daily, it seems Apple's Vision Pro made Google pull project Iris out of mothballs. Rumors of an M3 iMac point to things making an exciting shift whenever these get launched. We have the first details about the chipset of the iPhone 16 series. Finally, the OnePlus Open is official, and is more affordable, more ergonomic, and has better cameras than most.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/20/2023
OnePlus Open review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais
OnePlus Open - the company's first foldable smartphone is here. The Open introduces one incredibly clean design, two superb Dolby Vision OLED screens and three Hasselblad-enhanced cameras on the back. And that's just the beginning. Check out our video review to learn ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the phone's top features, build and screen quality, battery life, performance, and camera image quality.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/20/2023
86% OnePlus Open Review
Source: Android Guys Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus has always been a company that bucks the status quo in the Android market. Over the past few years, I think they’ve matured to a more steady iteration model of existing phones without pushing that envelope as much. The Open is a return to the company’s DNA of taking items already in the market and challenging to make them better. The much-improved camera array processing paired with the better than average battery life and we have a compelling device. Add in the powerhouse internals you’d expect from OnePlus, and you might have the most complete foldable on the market. OnePlus has always been a company that bucks the status quo in the Android market. Over the past few years, I think they’ve matured to a more steady iteration model of existing phones without pushing that envelope as much. The Open is a return to the company’s DNA of taking items already in the market and challenging to make them better.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 86% prix: 80% performances: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 90%
OnePlus Open: Finally, a foldable smartphone to take on Samsung
Source: Irish Mirror Anglais EN→FR
The firm hopes to disrupt Samsung’s dominance of the foldable market with its superior design, slimmer and lighter frame, high-end specs, Hasselblad Camera and immersive spatial entertainment. When OnePlus first arrived into the smartphone market, it shook up the industry by offering flagship specs at more affordable prices. A few days of testing is not long enough for a full review of any smartphone, least of all one so packed full of features as this, but I can give you my first impressions of this exciting new device.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
74% OnePlus Open might be the first foldable that's just alright
Source: Mashable Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus Open is a tricky device to evaluate. It looks like a great value compared to the Z Fold 5 and Pixel Fold (especially with that trade-in discount), but it’s still a really expensive phone. Unless you’re really into the idea of having a foldable, it’s probably better to just go with the $699 OnePlus 11 — which, again, has a higher Geekbench score than the Open does. But despite minor concerns about performance and a lack of wireless charging, OnePlus Open works as advertised. I don’t think it’s as good as the Z Fold 5, and I might even take the Pixel Fold over it because of Google’s excellent photography software. That doesn’t make it a bad phone at all, though. In the end, it’s just alright. But if a flagship foldable from a lesser-known company can come out just alright, then foldables just might be here to stay.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 74%
85% OnePlus Open review: What every foldable should be
Source: Android Police Anglais EN→FR
I don't know if the OnePlus Open is destined to be a success story in North America — in fact, the lack of carrier support and its high price practically guarantees it won't escape the company's usual enthusiast fan base. But foldables are practically built for enthusiasts, thanks in no small part to their price tags, and I'd encourage anyone on the fence about buying a folding phone this holiday season to take a good, long look at this one. No, it's not perfect, and I wouldn't expect much from OxygenOS moving forward — the company's forthcoming Android 14 upgrade looks messy, to say the least. But if you can deal with some flawed software and interesting-if-imperfect hardware, you're getting the best folding hardware money can buy. And considering OnePlus already undercut the competition by $100 — $300, if you can find some garbage to trade in — that's pretty impressive. I won't pretend to know what Samsung and Google have in store for 2024, but when it comes to foldables, they have their work cut out for them.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
100% OnePlus Open Review: Contender for Smartphone of the Year
Source: Android Headlines Anglais EN→FR
Despite my love for the OnePlus Open, it’s still tough to recommend it. Mainly due to the price. This is a $1,699 phone at the end of the day. And while it does a lot of things right, not everyone can afford to, or wants to spend that much on a phone. And I completely understand. Of course, part of what makes this tough for OnePlus is that it is not going to be available on carriers (it does work on all three US carriers though). So customers won’t be able to take advantage of the crazy trade-in deals that some carriers tend to offer. At the end of the day, the decision is up to you. And if you’ve been thinking about getting a foldable, there’s no better option than the OnePlus Open as your first foldable experience. And that’s because OnePlus was able to sit back and see all the mistakes that other companies did with their early foldable devices, Samsung is on their fifth-generation foldable, and they are pretty far behind the OnePlus Open right now, surprisingly.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
79% OnePlus Open Review: Has OnePlus really mastered the foldable formula?
Source: Think Digit Anglais EN→FR
So, the question is – has OnePlus finally perfected the foldable phone formula? The answer? They’ve come extremely close. The OnePlus Open is an exemplary foldable – one that shows off how to do multitasking and cameras right. In my opinion, the foldable interface on the OnePlus Open is the absolute best in the market right now. It capitalises on the large real estate the inner screen offers in a manner that no one has yet. Additionally, the cameras are capable enough to be compared against regular candy-bar flagship phones. Although I really enjoy using this phone, it is not perfect. The refresh rate issues can take a serious toll on battery life, battery life is not the best in the segment, and gaming is not as seamless as on flagships. The foldable landscape in India has seen a massive shift in 2023. This segment was once dominated by only one major player, but now, it is brimming with activity across the globe. In India, we’ve seen a bunch of OEMs establish their presence in the foldable space in 2023.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 79% prix: 70% performances: 73% finition: 80%
80% OnePlus Open review: an excellent foldable, with a catch
Source: Digital Trends Anglais EN→FR
For OnePlus’ first attempt at a foldable, the OnePlus Open is a solid device. It’s a great size when folded and unfolded, and it’s definitely one of the most lightweight foldables on the market thanks to the materials used, which include titanium. If you’ve been bothered by the heavy weight of foldables in general, the OnePlus Open may change your mind. The displays on the OnePlus Open are excellent, and both look great in use. The 6.31-inch cover display is similar to a standard smartphone size, making it very usable without any compromises. And with the antireflective layer on the inner display, it’s much more usable than other foldables, such as the Google Pixel Fold with its super-reflective inner display. This antireflective layer also helps reduce the visibility of the crease as well. And the overall design of the OnePlus Open is definitely eye-catching. Emerald Dusk is a beautiful green color that shimmers nicely, and the Hasselblad camera array makes the phone stand out from the crowd.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
OnePlus Open review: A thinner and more affordable flagship foldable
Source: Engadget Anglais EN→FR
When I first heard OnePlus was making a foldable phone, I wasn’t sure what their goal was. The company hasn’t been in the business of making flagship killers for a while. But with the Open, OnePlus has crammed some rather impressive hardware into a device with a novel approach to multitasking. The Open’s cameras are as good if not slightly better than what you get on a Z Fold 5, and it has bigger screens too. Honestly, there are a lot of things about the Open’s design that I wish we were getting from Samsung, as opposed to the three years of minor refinements we’ve seen following the release of the Z Fold 3. It’s also important to note that the Open has an alter ego, because depending on where you live, this thing will also be known as the Oppo Find N3. The two phones are essentially the same device just with different branding.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open First Impressions: It’s Finally Here!
Source: NDTV Gadgets Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus is new to the foldables space even though this product has been brought together with help from Oppo. This kind of helps OnePlus start off on the right foot when competing with a brand like Samsung in a very niche but quickly growing market segment. So far, everything sure looks impressive. OnePlus has managed to make its foldable thinner and lighter, and it even packs in an impressive set of cameras on paper, but it has cut a few corners to get there. There's no wireless charging (for a premium smartphone), no stylus support and it's powered by, what will shortly be, not be the latest processor in just a few short months. OnePlus has ensured that its foldable is clearly a OnePlus device, but will these missing features impact its performance and rank it lower against the existing competition? There's also the brand's positioning to keep in mind. OnePlus, until now, has never sold an ultra-premium device in both India and the global market. Find out about all of this and more in our detailed review, coming soon.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/19/2023
92% OnePlus Open review
Source: GSM Arena Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is a great addition to the foldable segment, one that has everything to make the Galaxy Z Fold5 sweat. The Open has a classier and supposedly sturdier design; it's thinner and lighter. And it became evident it has better displays - both are of higher resolution, higher color bitrate, and support Dolby Vision. The cover one also offers a much more convenient aspect ratio. The two dedicated selfie cameras are average at best, the cover selfie cam has some haziness, too. But we don't see these used for actual selfies, their main purpose should be video calls anyway. Finally, the OxygenOS 13 is incredibly feature-rich and highly customizable, while the foldable-exclusive Open Canvas multi-tasking is super clever once you get the gist of it. OnePlus is promising 4 years of major Android updates and another one of security patches, too.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 92%
OnePlus Open Review: This Folding Phone Puts All Others On Notice
Source: Hot Hardware Anglais EN→FR
The Open clearly marks a new chapter for OnePlus. With this phone, it feels like the merger with Oppo is finally complete, and OnePlus has hit its stride. It also looks like OnePlus is done playing second fiddle to Oppo, and is finally able to compete head-on with heavyweights like Samsung. At $1699 $1499, the Open brings unrivaled value to book-style folding handsets – not to mention superb hardware, excellent cameras, and great software. We also like the beautiful displays, quality speakers, fantastic performance, solid battery life, and wired fast charging. Adding it all up, we firmly believe the OnePlus Open is the best book-style folding phone available in North America today. It’s also among our top five favorite handsets of 2023, and that's no small feat. So, if you can live without wireless charging and pen support, we highly recommend the OnePlus Open.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
85% OnePlus Open review: The best foldable phone yet
Source: India Today Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is not perfect. But it is the best next thing that you can get if you are looking to buy a foldable smartphone, and you should look to get a foldable phone if you think you would be able to use its huge screen in a meaningful way. We have seen foldable phones earlier. But what the OnePlus Open does is that it minimises all the cones that we earlier saw with such devices. Essentially, the OnePlus Open is a flagship smartphone in every aspect, while allowing users to also experience a tablet-like screen in its unfolded state. Believe me, this is a big deal. The OnePlus Open is slim, built with sophistication and care, has screens that are absolutely top class, has a set of cameras that are flagship-grade, and has a weight and shape that makes it easy to carry and use. Its big screen is also almost creaseless, which is a big boon to users. It also offers users top performance, a great battery life, fantastic sound, and a good media experience.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
OnePlus Open preview: A strong opening gambit
Source: Expert Reviews Anglais EN→FR
The world of folding phones has quickly become so populated that it takes a fair bit of effort for a new arrival to stand out from the pack. I’m not completely convinced that the OnePlus Open is as revolutionary as the marketing would suggest but there’s definitely enough here to pique some interest. The design is as attractive as you’d expect for a premium device of this type, the displays all show plenty of promise and the durable hinge should serve as a comfort to anyone who is cautious about investing in a folding phone. Whether the performance, camera quality and colour accuracy can measure up to the industry’s heavy-hitters remains to be seen. We’ll be getting our hands on a review sample in the near future, so be sure to check back in soon to see if we think that the OnePlus Open is the market disruptor it’s aiming to be, or if it’s just more of the same.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/19/2023
80% OnePlus Open Review
Source: PC Mag Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open, the first foldable from the company, enters the market with plenty of competition already established. The Google Pixel Fold and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 are excellent phones in their own right and offer lots to like. Flip-style foldables are also available: The Motorola Razr+ and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 (both $999) are excellent folding alternatives if you'd prefer a normal-size handset that folds in half to better fit your pocket (and budget). With that in mind, the OnePlus Open is a strong alternative to all of the above. The hardware is well-designed and built, with a strong hinge and gorgeous displays inside and out. The software represents a new way to interact with foldables and the performance is smooth no matter what you need to do. Battery life and wireless connectivity are on par with the competition, but photo and video quality aren't quite there yet.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
80% OnePlus Open review
Source: Tech Advisor Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is a fantastic foldable in many ways, but it doesn’t quite give the book-style device mainstream appeal yet. The big barrier remains the price, unless you can get a more affordable contract deal once it goes on sale (not guaranteed). Battery life is mediocre and some third-party apps aren’t optimised for the internal display, but there’s still so much to like here if you do want to jump feet first into the world of book-foldables. Performance from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip is superb even though it will soon be the previous generation, and both the displays are fantastic to use in most scenarios. Then there are the cameras, with the main, ultrawide and telephoto all impressive across a range of scenarios. You also get great speakers and a 67W fast charger in the box. Considering this is a first-gen device, OnePlus has done an excellent job. But it remains a foldable that only tech enthusiasts should seriously consider… for now.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
90% OnePlus Open review: the only foldable phone that doesn't compromise
Source: Techradar Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is the only big foldable phone that doesn’t feel like a compromise. It looks and feels like a normal phone, and the camera is the best you'll find on any foldable. You can buy a foldable with a Galaxy more features, but the OnePlus Open provides elegant, capable multitasking and a great folding experience, and that's all you need. There are some missteps – the performance and battery life could stand some improvement – but the Open is better than the rest, and the best part of all is that it costs a lot less.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90% prix: 100% performances: 80% écran: 100% mobilité: 60% finition: 100%
90% OnePlus Open review: An ambitious foldable phone filled with surprises
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus does more right than wrong with its first foldable, which I have to admit is a satisfying package filled with surprises. Considering that this is the company’s first attempt at a foldable phone, OnePlus hit the mark with a premium design that feels and looks more polished than the Pixel Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 5. There’s no denying that OnePlus locked down a premium design, but I think it’s even more important to stress how it perfected the multitasking experience with Open Canvas. Fundamentally it’s very similar to what Google and Samsung implements in its foldables, but the extra step of how the screen dynamically adapts to fit three apps simultaneously is impressive. The OnePlus Open is not without its shortcomings — like the camera’s weak low light performance — but I think the combination of the device's lower price, long battery life, fast recharge time, and premium design makes up a lot of ground for it.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
90% OnePlus Open Review
Source: Trusted Reviews Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is the no-compromise book-style foldable that the industry has been waiting for. It sports a clean, premium design with a smartphone-first 6.3-inch 20:9 120Hz AMOLED cover display that feels normal to use. However, it’s the inner 7.82-inch 120Hz AMOLED panel that steals the show, with a near-invisible crease that’s only notable when looking at it side-on. Compared to the deep creases from Google and Samsung, it’s a huge step forward. There’s also the camera setup that uses three custom high-res lenses designed for foldables that deliver a notable boost in overall performance compared to options from Samsung, possibly even giving the Google Pixel Fold a run for its money. Granted, it’s not the lightest or thinnest foldable – that goes to the Honor Magic V2, which is yet to get a European launch – and it’s not quite as protected as the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 with IPX4 water resistance, but it does so much so well that it’s truly hard to fault, especially when it’s much cheaper than most of the foldable competition.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
OnePlus Open Review: No Skimping on Cameras Here
Source: Petapixel Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is not only a new entry into a slowly growing category of smartphones, it’s also taking a shot at other brands in the process, of which the camera plays a central role. OnePlus finds itself in a unique state where it’s already in the North American market, yet needs to break through to appeal to masses who look to the likes of Apple, Samsung, and Google for the latest smartphone. Except foldables even the playing field quite a bit because no one can claim any real hegemony, and that’s where the Open looks to open the gates for OnePlus. To do it, the brand targeted a few key design and functionality points to clarify its position that buying a foldable shouldn’t mean sacrificing much — especially when it comes to camera performance. OnePlus doesn’t even shy away from saying so, but does the confidence match the output? Let’s unfold this thing and see.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
98% OnePlus Open Review: A Slim Foldable Smartphone With An Impressive Camera
Source: Ubergizmo English Anglais EN→FR
The OnePlus Open is an excellent high-end foldable phone with a very thin 11.7 mm design (folded) and a noticeably lightweight (239g-245g, depending on the version). It offers everything you would expect from a foldable experience, especially the large and bright primary display, which is why buyers love this form factor. The camera configuration truly separates this from the competition. OnePlus has heavily invested in camera hardware, and it shows. Nearly all foldables will compare disadvantageously against the best “classic smartphone” cameras. However, the OnePlus Open can compete in the very high-end camera segment of any smartphone category. This is the breakthrough that many foldable users were waiting for.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 98%
60% OnePlus Open Review: Smoke and mirrors
Source: Mobile Syrup Anglais EN→FR
Overall, I’ve been burned by OnePlus one too many times to recommend this device to anyone other than hardcore phone enthusiasts who are looking to jump to something foldable. Even then, the high price tag makes me want to push you towards other options since the value for money here is so low. At full price, the Open costs $2,300, but the company is running a promotion alongside the launch that will get you $200 off when you trade in any smartphone, regardless of whether it works or not. This means anyone can get one for $2,099, but when the OnePlus 11 is half the price and just as good in a lot of respects, but it doesn’t fold, it’s a hard sell. If you just want to mess about with great folding phone hardware, you’ll enjoy the OnePlus Open. But if you consider yourself an average user who’s looking for a phone to live with over the next four years, I’d recommend looking at a Pixel instead.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 60%
90% OnePlus Open Review: Raising the Bar for Foldable Quality
Source: Nextpit EN Anglais EN→FR
When we compare the OnePlus Open to its main competitors in the market, it's evident that the device surpasses many of them in various aspects. But is it the best foldable device available? The OnePlus Open boasts a different form factor than the Google Pixel Fold, aligning more with the design of the Galaxy Z Fold 5. Like Samsung, it operates on the Android OS but introduces its exclusive skin. In contrast, the Pixel Fold provides a more "pure" Android experience. In the realm of fast charging technologies, OnePlus clearly leads with its quicker solution. The introduction of the new desktop taskbar, along with the 'Recent fold' and OnePlus Canvas features, certainly amplifies multitasking capabilities for this foldable device. Most notably, it stands as a genuinely compact 2-in-1 device, ensuring a seamless user experience whether open or closed. In the photography department, OnePlus seems to have the edge with its impressive Hasselblad 48 MP main camera system.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
90% OnePlus Open Review: The Highest-End Foldable Yet
Source: Slashgear Anglais EN→FR
Even with non-final software, the OnePlus Open is a strong contender for best phone of 2023, though that's not to say there aren't two or three caveats to consider. The first is that the camera is the best set of cameras you can buy on a foldable, which is great, but nighttime videography is not amazing. Then there's the lack of wireless charging, and while OnePlus' wired charging may be speedy, a device claiming to be a flagship can't afford such an obvious omission on its spec sheet.  Finally, this is a Gen 1 product and regardless of how impressive, well-built, and thoroughly tested it is, you have to question whether or not this hardware will actually hold up under scrutiny. Foldables are delicate enough by themselves, but coming from a company that has never sold, nor supported a foldable has to give even the most confident buyer some pause. Beyond those caveats, though, there's little to complain about.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
Hands-on OnePlus Open review: a fabulous foldable
Source: Stuff TV Anglais EN→FR
There are now a bunch of really brilliant foldable phones on the market – but they still need lower pricing to really jump into anything near the mainstream. But what OnePlus has produced here is a very fine foldable. Crucially, the form factor hasn’t meant compromises in terms of performance or the specifications of the device. Everything is fully flagship class. Who will buy this phone? It’s a good question when OnePlus is known primarily for well-priced sub-flagships. So can it bring its fans to the foldable market, too? Time will tell.
Hands-On, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
60% OnePlus Open review: right size, wrong price
Source: The Verge Anglais EN→FR
OnePlus would be quick to tell you that the $1,700 price tag can be offset by trading in any phone — any old phone at all! — for a quick $200 discount. That’s not an introductory deal, either; the company says it will offer this discount throughout the life of the phone. That’s nice and all, but then why not just make the phone’s MSRP $1,500? And it’s not as if OnePlus’ competitors are shy about offering promotional pricing. At the time of this writing, Samsung is offering $300 off a Galaxy Z Fold 5 if you trade in an old phone — even one that’s cracked. I think the best thing the OnePlus Open can do is push Samsung and Google to more aggressive innovation on their phones. We don’t need to imagine what a foldable might look like if it occupied the middle ground between the Galaxy and Pixel foldable designs.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 60%
OpenPlus Open review comparison: Is it better than the Pixel Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 5?
Source: Tom's Guide Anglais
OnePlus' phones have long been hailed as flagship killers, but they've often come up short. With the OnePlus Open, it's a brand new opportunity to see how the company's first foldable phone stacks up against its main rivals to see if can earn the title of the best foldable phone. Armed with a hefty looking Hasselblad triple camera system, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, and a unique multitasking experience with Open Canvas, it may have enough to earn that title. In my OnePlus Open vs Google Pixel Fold vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 comparison, you'll see how it ranks in key areas such as performance, camera, battery life, and much more. I honestly didn't expect it to be this good.
Comparaison, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open | Unboxing & 1 Week Review
Source: Tech Spurt Anglais
Unboxing the OnePlus Open with a one-week review of the camera, battery life, performance and beyond. This is my new favourite foldable phone thanks to the slick software and that OnePlus Open hardware. It's not as skinny as the Honor Magic V2 but it matches or beats the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 in almost every area. First up, this is some of the best camera tech on any bendy smartphone in 2023. The OnePlus Open shows only slight saturation in brighter conditions and can cope with HDR issues, while the night photography is also decent. Video capture and telephoto shooting both get a thumbs up too. The OnePlus Open is also one of the best foldable phones for battery life. This thing can last you all day even with quite a bit of camera action, and performance is good enough for gaming. But hey, it's the OxygenOS software that really sells this smartphone.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open Review + Unplanned Drop Test (Oppo Find N3)
Source: ben's gadget reviews Anglais
The OnePlus Open, aka Oppo Find N3, is a foldable phone with two excellent screens, and a triple camera system with large image sensors (relative to other foldable phones). The new main camera uses Sony's new pixel-stacked LYTIA sensor that can take in more light. there is also a 64MP Periscope zoom lens that can do 3x optical zoom.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open Review
Source: Dave 2D Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Here’s why the OnePlus Open is the most surprising new foldable of 2023
Source: Engadget Anglais
This week OnePlus announced its first-ever foldable phone the OnePlus Open. And while it shares a number of similarities with Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 5, it also brings a lot of new twists to the category. Thanks to its sleeker design, big cameras and the company’s innovative approach to multitasking. And while it’s still pretty expensive at $1700, OnePlus is offering a surprising deal that will knock $200 off its price with the trade-in of any phone, regardless of its conditions.
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open is Awesome - What's Happening with Folding Phones?!
Source: Marques Brownlee Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
OnePlus Open Review - Best Foldable Phone Ever.
Source: Mrwhosetheboss Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Inside The OnePlus Open – And The Machines That Torture It [Exclusive]
Source: MrMobile Anglais
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/16/2023
90% Das beste Klapp-Smartphone ist kein Samsung
Source: Nextpit Germany Allemand DE→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/30/2024
Notes: Note globale: 90%
94% OnePlus Open, análisis: amplia tus horizontes
Source: MuyComputer Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 12/28/2023
Notes: Note globale: 94% performances: 100% écran: 95% mobilité: 95% finition: 95%
90% OnePlus Open, análisis y opinión: el primer plegable de OnePlus también es el mejor del año
Source: Computerhoy Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/08/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
93% OnePlus Open, análisis: el mejor OnePlus que he probado nunca es mucho más que su primer plegable
Source: Xataka Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/20/2023
Notes: Note globale: 93% performances: 93% écran: 95% mobilité: 90% finition: 95%
Probamos el OnePlus Open, el móvil plegable que más me ha sorprendido
Source: El Español Espagnol ES→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
85% OnePlus Open, la recensione di uno smartphone pieghevole Android che non accetta compromessi
Source: Multiplayer IT Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 12/12/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85%
82% OnePlus Open recensione: un capolavoro costruttivo, peccato per il prezzo
Source: Corriere Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 11/29/2023
Notes: Note globale: 82% prix: 70% performances: 90% écran: 90% mobilité: 70%
La recensione di OnePlus Open: ci ha sorpresi ma…
Source: Techprincess IT Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/26/2023
80% Recensione OnePlus Open: il paradosso dei Fold | VIDEO
Source: HDblog.it Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80% équipement: 88%
85% Recensione OnePlus Open: un grande ritorno
Source: Smart World Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85% prix: 65% équipement: 92% écran: 95% mobilité: 80% finition: 90% ergonomie: 90%
83% Recensione OnePlus Open
Source: Andrea Galeazzi Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 83% prix: 69% écran: 85% mobilité: 75% finition: 85%
Recensione OnePlus Open: è così che deve essere uno smartphone pieghevole!
Source: Quotidiano Hardware Upgrade Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
85% Recensione OnePlus Open: un grande ritorno
Source: Smart World Italien IT→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 85% prix: 65% équipement: 95% mobilité: 80% finition: 90% ergonomie: 90%
90% Review: OnePlus Open, eindelijk verliefd op een foldable
Source: GadgetGear.nl Néerlandais NL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 03/10/2024
Notes: Note globale: 90%
82% OnePlus Open review: slanke foldable die de aandacht trekt
Source: AndroidWorld.nl Néerlandais NL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 12/04/2023
Notes: Note globale: 82%
90% Review OnePlus Open - Hoe goed is goed genoeg?
Source: Diskidee.nl Néerlandais NL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 11/08/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
84% Recenzja OnePlus Open. Bardziej przekonuje mnie do składanych smartfonów niż konkurencja
Source: Android.com.pl Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/25/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84% prix: 70% performances: 90% mobilité: 80% finition: 80%
OnePlus Open. Test pretendenta do tronu króla składanych smartfonów
Source: Komputerswiat Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/16/2023
OnePlus Open – to chyba teraz najlepszy składak w Polsce
Source: GSM Online Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
70% Drożyzna atakuje. OnePlus Open - test
Source: Telepolis Turque PL→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 70%
Обзор смартфона OnePlus Open: только не списывай один в один
Source: 3DNews.ru RU→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 01/16/2024
Đánh giá OnePlus Open: Mẫu điện thoại màn hình gập đủ thứ ăn chơi
Source: Nghenhin Vietnam VN→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/21/2023
90% Test Oneplus Open
Source: Tek.no NO→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 11/08/2023
Notes: Note globale: 90%
91% OnePlus Open
Source: Komputer for alle DA→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 01/11/2024
Notes: Note globale: 91%
91% OnePlus Open
Source: Komputer for alle DA→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très courte, Date: 11/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 91%
67% OnePlus Open er måske en Galaxy Fold-killer | TEST
Source: Mere Mobil.dk DA→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, De taille moyenne, Date: 10/23/2023
Notes: Note globale: 67%
100% TEST: OnePlus Open
Source: Lyd og Billede DA→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%
80% Test: Oneplus Open – bitvis briljant vikbar mobil
Source: M3 PC för alla SV→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 80%
84% Test: Oneplus Open – Bättre än Samsung
Source: Mobil.se SV→FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 10/19/2023
Notes: Note globale: 84% écran: 90%
88% Review OnePlus Open: un smartphone cu ”deschidere” spre o piață tot mai importantă
Source: Arena IT →FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Longue, Date: 01/08/2024
Notes: Note globale: 88% prix: 70% performances: 70% équipement: 100% mobilité: 82% finition: 83%
OnePlus Open: cel mai rafinat pliabil de tip Fold, dar cu preț pe măsură
Source: Computerblog.ro →FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Courte, Date: 11/22/2023
100% OnePlus Open arvostelu - Taittuvanäyttöisten kuningas
Source: Puhelinvertailu →FR
Critique simple, disponibles en ligne, Très longue, Date: 11/26/2023
Notes: Note globale: 100%

Commentaire

Qualcomm Adreno 740:

Puce graphique pour smartphones et tablettes intégrée au SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Qualcomm affirme qu'elle est 25 % plus rapide que l'Adreno 730 du Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 et les premiers benchmarks montrent que le GPU peut battre l'iGPU A16 d'Apple (auparavant le GPU le plus rapide pour les smartphones). 

 

Ces cartes devraient être capables de faire tourner tout les jeux d'aujourd'hui, mais la plupart d'entre eux uniquement en détails moyens ou faibles et avec des résolution basses. Les plus vieux jeux ou les jeux moins gourmands restent jouables avec de beaux graphismes.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des cartes graphiques mobiles et ainsi que dans notre liste des Benchmarks affiliés.


SD 8 Gen 2:

SoC haut de gamme pour smartphones qui a été introduit fin 2022 avec un noyau principal rapide basé sur une architecture ARM Cortex-X3 cadencée jusqu'à 3,2 GHz. Deux autres cœurs performants sont basés sur l'A715 et ne prennent également en charge que les applications 64 bits. Les deux autres cœurs A710 prennent également en charge les applications 32 bits, tout comme les cœurs Cortex-A510, qui permettent d'économiser de l'énergie. En plus des cœurs de processeur, le SoC intègre un modem WiFi 7, un DSP Hexagon (pour l'accélération de l'IA) et un ISP Spectra. Le contrôleur de mémoire intégré prend en charge la mémoire rapide LPDDR5x jusqu'à 4 200 MHz. La 5G est incluse dans la puce avec le modem Snapdragon X70.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre comparaison des processeurs mobiles.


7.82": Cette diagonale d’écran fait office d’entre deux entre les tablettes et les smartphones. La grande majorité des tablettes possèdent un écran plus grand, mais de plus en plus de smartphones proposent cette diagonale d’écran.

Un écran de plus grandes dimensions permettent des résolutions plus élevées, les détails comme la finesse des lettres seront meilleurs. Néanmoins, un écran de plus petite taille est synonyme de consommation énergétique moindre et souvent d’un appareil plus compact, plus léger et plus abordable.
>> Pour en savoir un peu plus sur la finesse des pixels à l'écran, jetez un coup d'œil à notre liste des DPI (PPP, points par pouce).


85.64%: Voici une bonne note au dessus de la moyenne. Mais vous ne devez pas oublier qu'il y a de 10 à 15% de portables avec de meilleures notes.


>> Plus d'informations sont à trouver dans notre guide d'achat pour les ordinateurs portables.

 

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Ordinateurs portables similaires d'autres fabricants

Oppo Find N3
Adreno 740

Ordinateurs portables similaires d'autres fabricants et/ou avec un processeur différent

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy

Ordinateurs portables avec la même carte graphique

Honor 90 GT
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.70", 0.185 kg
OnePlus Ace 3
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.207 kg
Vivo iQOO Neo9
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.19 kg
Vivo iQOO Neo9 Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.19 kg
Xiaomi Redmi K70
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.67", 0.209 kg
OnePlus 12R
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.207 kg
Honor 100 Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.195 kg
OnePlus Ace 2 Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.74", 0.21 kg
Nubia Z50S Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.228 kg
Vivo iQOO 11S
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.21 kg
Realme GT5
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.74", 0.205 kg
Nubia RedMagic 8S Pro+
Adreno 740, , 6.80", 0.23 kg
ZTE Nubia Z50S Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.78", 0.228 kg
Sony Xperia 5 V
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.10", 0.182 kg
Nubia RedMagic 8S Pro
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2, 6.80", 0.228 kg
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 5G
Adreno 740, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy, 6.70", 0.187 kg

Ordinateurs portables avec les mêmes diagonale d'écran et/ou poids

OnePlus Nord N30 SE 5G
Mali-G57 MP2, Dimensity 6020, 6.72", 0.193 kg
OnePlus Nord CE4 5G
unknown, unknown, 6.74", 0.186 kg
OnePlus 12
Adreno 750, Snapdragon SD 8 Gen 3, 6.82", 0.22 kg
OnePlus Nord CE3
Adreno 642L, unknown, 6.70", 0.184 kg

Ordinateurs portables du même fabricant

OnePlus Pad Go
Mali-G57 MP2, Mediatek Helio G99, 11.35", 0.532 kg
Comparaison des prix
Stefan Hinum (Update: 2023-11-27)