Samsung foldable phone are top-notch in the smartphone as other companies are unable to beat them, but there’s a new competitor in works for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series. Oppo Find N, the upcoming foldable smartphone from Oppo.
We’ve been hearing rumors about the Oppo Find N for quite some time, while the name isn’t official. According to rumors and specs, this might be a competitor for the top spot on our list of the best foldable phones — and some say it could be available very soon.
According to specs reported by Tech Radar, when unfolded, the Oppo Find N has a screen that ranges between 7.8 and 8 inches wide. The primary panel will reportedly feature a refresh rate of 120Hz, while the outer one is said to be locked at 60Hz.
Since Oppo labelled its smartphone as “Oppo Camera Phone” From the camera department, we’ll see the hefty number of Megapixels with multiple lens. It’s also expected to include three back cameras, including a 50MP primary camera and a 32MP selfie camera.
It will rock the latest version of Qualcomm Snapdragon! The phone is also believed to feature the Snapdragon 888 CPU, have a 4,500mAh battery, and charge at 65W.
The arrival of this phone is yet to confirm. According to one source, it will be released by the end of December. On December 14, Oppo will hold its annual Inno Day, which might be when we see the gadget.
More spec information regarding the smartphone is currently unavailable, therefore we must wait to learn more. For a long time, Oppo has been at the front line of smartphone innovation. The Oppo Find X includes moving cameras with precise mechanisms, which consumers like for shooting high-quality photos from both the front and back angles.
Foldable phones are a big deal, Samsung is known to produce quality foldable smartphones but during its inception, they had to face major issues. Not only the brand but also the consumers who bought the smartphone.
Recently, TCL had been experiencing to launch a foldable smartphone but for some reasons they had to drop the experiment as we said, foldable smartphones are not everyone’s cup of tea!