oppo foldable phone: Oppo’s first foldable phone appears in more detail in new leaks


After Oppo teased its first foldable phone named the ‘Oppo Find N some days back, more details about the design of the phone have emerged online, courtesy of some alleged photos of Oppo Find N by tipster Evan Blass. The leaker posted some high-resolution images of what is claimed to be those of the new foldable phone on Twitter.
As shown in the teaser, the Oppo Find N is also shown to have an inward folding design and rounded corners in the images shared by the reliable leaker. As per the leaks, the foldable phone will sport a triple camera setup at the rear, similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the Samsung flagship Oppo aims to take on with the Find N. There is that camera bump that bears resemblance to that found on the Oppo Find X3 pro.
The phone may also come with punch-hole selfie cameras on both displays. One of the images shows “Designed for Find” on the hinge. The leaked images also hint at the phone getting a 120Hz refresh rate display with an 8.4:9 aspect ratio and 800 nits brightness. You can also find some colour variants like gray, white, and purple in the images.

As per previous reports and claims, the Oppo Find N foldable phone could feature a 2K 8-inch tablet-sized AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The device could be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. In the camera segment, the Oppo Find N is said to feature a 50MP rear camera and a 32MP selfie shooter. The phone could come backed by a 4500mAh battery with 65-watt fast charging support.
Oppo has come a bit late to the foldable phone game but here’s hoping the company has used the time to make a compelling product. The company is set to unveil the phone two days later on December 15.



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