This year’s Oppo INNO Day, Oppo’s big annual presentation day, is predicted for December 14, where the company will present its latest developments. Oppo Find N was presented at such an event last year foldable, its sequel, the Find N2, and its little brother, the Find N2 Flip, which opens as a clamshell phone, may debut this December. The Chinese Digital Chat Station has published a detailed specification list of the Find N2, so the only question left is how much will all this cost?
Find N to the left, Z Fold 3 to the right [+]
The Find N2 will keep last year’s shape and size, that is, it will offer a 5.54-inch external display and a 7.1-inch internal panel. Allegedly, both displays are E6 AMOLED capable of 120 Hz refresh, the internal display has a resolution of 1792 x 1920 pixels, while the external display works with 1080 x 2120 pixels. A 32 MP selfie camera will be inserted into both displays, and three sensors will take place one below the other: an optically stabilized 50 MP Sony IMX890 as the main camera, a 32 MP Sony IMX709 zoom camera and a 48 MP Sony IMX581 covering 114 degrees as an ultra-wide viewing angle. Oppo is also said to include the MariSilicon X ISP in the Find N2, and this device will also feature traces of Hasselblad collaboration in the camera software.
The first generation Oppo Find N [+]
The Oppo Find N2 is built around the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, is predicted to have a 4520 mAh battery, 67 watt charging and ColorOS 13 operating system based on Android 13. If the phone is available outside of China, it will of course come with Google services. When folded, its thickness is estimated to be 14.6 millimeters, and in principle it will weigh only 237 grams.