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when OnePlus ZDNET debuted its flagship foldable phone last fall Kerry Wan wondered In the sleek and satisfying form factor of the device, noting that the Open was a completely unique phone, different from anything else on the market.

After trying all the mainstream foldable phones that have fallen over the past few years, he noted that the OnePlus Open occupies a perfect middle ground between Google’s small but heavy phone Pixel fold The Samsung is long and thin Galaxy Z Fold.

also: 3 reasons why I ditched the Samsung Galaxy foldable for the OnePlus Open

Now, OnePlus is dropping the price of the unlocked foldable phone to its lowest price ever, at just $1,399, making it significantly cheaper than the Galaxy, which starts at $1,800, and will set you back over $2,000 for the 1TB version.

But that’s not even the best part of this deal. OnePlus is so confident that the Open is the best foldable phone on the market right now that they are offering a great trade-in deal for new customers. If you currently own a Samsung Z Fold 4 or 5, Galaxy S24 Ultra, or Pixel Fold, you can trade it in for an additional discount of up to $428, bringing the Open price down to $971.

If you’re looking for a new look at the foldable form factor, and aren’t satisfied with Google or Samsung devices, there couldn’t be a better time to jump into the Open, which is what ZDNET has decided Matt Miller says he took the initiative As the ultimate foldable device, it is a smartphone and mini tablet rolled into one.

The Open also has better battery capacity compared to competitors, boasting a 4,400mAh capacity that should easily last all day. Additionally, the fast charging feature allows the device to go from zero to full charge in just about 45 minutes, which is very fast for any smartphone, let alone one with a foldable screen.

Unlock OnePlus with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Google Pixel Fold

OnePlus Open photographed with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Google Pixel Fold.

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But this deal won’t be around forever. The sale price and exchange discount will run from June 17 to July 7, and beyond Open It will return to its regular price of $1,699.

In addition to the sale price, OnePlus is also offering some additional perks with Open, including $100 off OnePlus Watch 2If you’re looking for a new smartwatch, a six-month subscription to Google One, which comes with 100GB of storage and up to three months of YouTube Premium for free.

The sale price and trade-in discount will run from June 17 to July 7, after which the opening price will return to its regular price of $1,699.

However, deals are subject to sale or expire at any time, although ZDNET remains committed to finding, sharing and updating the best product offers so you can make the best savings. Our team of experts regularly checks the deals we share to ensure they are still live and obtainable. We’re sorry if you missed this deal, but don’t worry — we’re constantly looking for new opportunities to save and share it with you on

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