Oppo Officially Launches Find N Foldable Device
Oppo's first-ever foldable phone, the Oppo Find N has finally launched. The device stands out among its competitors in the market in terms of its designs.
First off, Oppo uses an 18:9 aspect ratio for the outer screen, making the inner screen slightly narrower than a square with an aspect ratio of 8.4:9. In comparison, the Galaxy Z Fold3 has a 25:9 outer screen while the Mi Mix Fold has a 27:9 outer display.
We already know the Find N has a smaller size compared to the Fold3 when Oppo released its teaser a week ago. The outer display comes with a 5.49" screen while the inner one measures 7.1", putting it between smaller flip phones and larger horizontal foldables.
The Flexion Hinge allows the phone to fold with a teardrop shape at the fold, making the crease 80% less noticeable. It also removes the wedge-shaped gap between the two halves when the device is folded.
The screen is a custom Serene Display with 12 layers and it uses what Oppo called the Flexion Ultra-Thin Glass, which is thinner at 0.03mm, making it more flexible. The AMOLED panel has a variable refresh rate between 1 - 120Hz and up to 1000Hz touch sampling rate. It has a peak brightness of 1000 nits and a 1792 x 1920 resolution. The outer display also uses an AMOLED panel with Gorilla Glass Victus protection. It has a 1972 x 988 resolution and a standard 60Hz refresh rate.
The Oppo Find N is powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor paired with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. In terms of cameras, it has a triple rear camera module and two front-facing cameras (one on each screen). The rear camera setup consists of a 50MP main camera, a 16MP ultrawide camera, and a 13MP telephoto camera.
The device packs a 4500mAh battery, which supports 33W SuperVOOC wired charging and 15W AirVOOC wireless charging.
The Oppo Find N will be available in China starting from 23 December, starting from 7,699 Yuan (~RM5,114) for the 8+256GB variant. There's also another 12+512GB option priced at 8,999 Yuan (~RM5,978). Unfortunately, Oppo has no plans of selling it in the overseas market.