OPPO is expected to update its foldable cell phone lineup soon, and a new leaked image shows what the Find N3 Flip should look like. The device can maintain a design that is quite similar to the previous model, but with an extra camera on the back.
Therefore, the cell phone must maintain a smaller external screen compared to some rivals, such as the Moto Razr 40 Ultra. If OPPO maintains the same dimensions as the Find N2 Flip, this panel would come in at 3.26 inches, and in a more vertical format.
The image was produced based on initial prototypes in the validation phase (EVT), and therefore the final version of the device may undergo changes.
Even if it brings an extra lens, the look of the camera set is very similar to the previous model, in which each set is “loose” on the rear panel. A small LED flash sits off to the side, in a pill-shaped module.
The OPPO Find N3 Flip is expected to have an optical set quite similar to what is seen on the Reno 10 Pro. With that, the foldable model would come with a Sony IMX890 main sensor with f / 1.8 aperture and support for optical image stabilization (OIS).
Like the current model, the ultrawide should bring an 8 MP component. The biggest news would be due to the telephoto, which would have a 32 MP sensor.
This set of cameras must still have components signed by Hasselblad, while image processing may have the help of MariSilicon X chips.
In other areas, OPPO Find N3 Flip may have specs similar to the previous generation:
A specific date for the launch of the OPPO Find N3 Flip has not yet been announced, but it is possible that new leaks will appear over the next few weeks. With a Fold format, the Find N3 may also be presented in the future with the look of OnePlus Fold,