The phone comes with an exceptional and eye-catching design, with a promising camera and specced-up internals. The foldable has now been announced after months of leaking and teasing.
As usual with OnePlus, the company has put some thought into the looks and colors of the phone. The OnePlus Open comes with two color options: Emerald Dusk and Voyager Black. The two colors are nothing surprising for the company, but that’s the point: the phone rocks a recognizable OnePlus look. Now, let’s talk about the colors in a bit more detail to help you choose which one to go for.
What colors is the OnePlus Open available in?
The beautiful OnePlus Open comes in two colors: Emerald Dusk, which is a deep green color, and Voyager Black, a sophisticated all-black look. Official OnePlus Open colors:
- Emerald Dusk
- Voyager Black
OnePlus Open colors: here are the official hues
OnePlus Open in Emerald Dusk
The OnePlus Open in Emerald Dusk
OnePlus Open in Voyager Black
The OnePlus Open in Emerald Dusk and Voyager Black
What can we do without a black color option? Black is a classic, and the look of the black and sleek OnePlus Open is ideal for anyone who’d go for a more professional look. The camera island blends beautifully with the deep black back of the foldable. And on top of that, you got no worries about fingerprint smudges – the back is textured and the black is vegan leather, so it will look stylish no matter what.
Understandably, we have the frame of the phone matching the black, and the OnePlus logo complements the look, painted in a silvery hue. This phone color option is not dramatic, but it’s definitely polished and sophisticated.
OnePlus Open: two rather standard OnePlus colors, but what a look!
The phone is a looker, for sure. Not only is it a foldable, and with that, it will attract attention, but it also comes with that big camera island that just screams photography prowess. The foldable is ready to take on the foldable phone market and hopefully, it’s as good in real life as it looks like, and performs as well as one would expect from its specs on paper.
As for the colors, they aren’t anything we haven’t seen from OnePlus. However, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Brand consistency is great, and we’re having that: you’d certainly know that’s a OnePlus phone if you saw one on the street. All in all, the two colors are as usual polished and premium.