Get our favorite foldable phone for $599 – a discount of $1100. Here's how

The OnePlus Open, a foldable smartphone, has been praised by tech reviewer Kerry Wan of ZDNET for its unique design that strikes a balance between the tall and thin Galaxy Z Fold and the small but heavy Pixel Fold. Currently, OnePlus is offering the Open at a discounted price of $1,399 (originally $1,699), making it more affordable than the Galaxy Z Fold, which starts at $1,800 and can cost upwards of $2,000 for the 1TB version.

Trade-in deals are also available for select Samsung and Google devices, allowing customers to bring down the price of the OnePlus Open to as low as $599. The Open has been hailed as the superior foldable device by tech experts, offering a smartphone and mini tablet experience in one.

The Open boasts a better battery capacity than its competitors, with a 4,400mAh capacity that promises all-day usage. Its fast charging feature enables the device to go from zero to fully charged in approximately 45 minutes, setting a fast charging standard for foldable smartphones.

This sale offer will run from June 17 to July 7, after which the Open will revert to its regular price of $1,699. Additionally, OnePlus is offering $100 off the OnePlus Watch 2 and six months of Google One, which includes 100GB of storage and up to three months of YouTube Premium for free, as additional perks with the purchase of the Open.

ZDNET advises that this deal may not be available forever and encourages interested buyers to act quickly. They promise to continuously update their audience on the best product deals to help consumers save money. If you’ve missed out on this deal, don’t worry, as ZDNET will continue to find new opportunities to save money and share them with you at

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