Although Samsung’s foldables may be the conversation of the town, Oppo’s competitors are prepared to take the lead.
The Find N3, the newest book-style foldable smartphone from Oppo, is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and has a thinner, more durable third-generation Flexion Hinge.
It is TÜV Rheinland certified for 1 million folds and boasts a 7.8-inch LTPO OLED main display and a 6.3-inch AMOLED outer display.
The phone sports a 4800mAh battery with 67W SUPERVOOC rapid charging and three cameras with Hasselblad color calibration.
For the Find N3 and Find N3 Flip, which made its global premiere today, Oppo offers four years of Android OS updates and five years of security updates.
The Find N3, Oppo’s most recent book-style foldable smartphone, was officially introduced during a launch event in Singapore, where the Find N3 Flip also made its international debut.
As Oppo previously acknowledged, the OnePlus Open and the Oppo Find N3 are essentially identical twins with different names. It is a full-sized foldable phone that is the Oppo Find N2’s successor and is comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5.
Oppo Find N3
Oppo’s third-generation Flexion Hinge, found on the Find N3, is not only smaller but also more durable than its before. The phone has a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 engine from Qualcomm, huge 16GB of RAM, and quick 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage.
It is somewhat heavier than the Oppo Find N2, weighing in at 239g in the vegan leather color, as opposed to 233g for the same color in the Oppo Find N2. It becomes significantly thinner when folded, at 11.7mm thick, making it one of the most svelte folding phones available.
With two displays, the Find N3 doubles your enjoyment of screens. A roomy 7.8-inch LTPO OLED primary screen with a clear 2268 x 2440 resolution, a smooth 120Hz refresh rate, and a maximum brightness of 2800 nits will be revealed when the device is opened. A 6.3-inch AMOLED outer screen, which matches the highest refresh rate and brightness of its larger counterpart, greets you when the device is folded. Oppo asserts that the Find N3’s screens are brighter and sharper than those of its rivals.
The Find N3 is outfitted with a triple-camera setup for taking pictures. Featuring a 48MP Sony LYTIA-T808 sensor in the foreground, a 48MP ultra-wide lens for shooting panoramic landscapes, and a 64MP periscope telephoto camera for focusing in on far-off details, the camera is supported by two more lenses. The color calibration of Hasselblad is advantageous to all three sensors.
The Find N3’s long-lasting 4800mAh battery keeps you connected and amused, and the manufacturer claims that when it’s time to recharge, the integrated 67W SUPERVOOC charger can get you back to 100% in just 42 minutes. Its IPX4 grade also makes it splash-proof. Additionally, Oppo claims that the Find N3 is the first phone to gain independent certification from TÜV Rheinland for withstanding 1 million folds, providing additional piece of mind.
The Find N3 Flip goes global.
The Oppo Find N3 Flip, which made its debut in August in mainland China, has now been made available worldwide with the Find N3. The updated camera hump is one of the phone’s most obvious design changes. To accommodate more cameras, Oppo has swapped out the dual-circle camera housing with a larger, unified circular bump.
The Hasselblad-branded triple camera system on the back of the Find N3 Flip includes a 50MP primary camera, a 48MP ultrawide lens with a 114-degree field of view, and a 32MP telephoto lens. A 32MP front-facing camera handles self-portraits for selfie aficionados.
The 6.8-inch display and 120Hz refresh rate from the previous model are still present. The software upgrade for the cover screen, which now supports well-known apps like YouTube, TikTok, Gmail, and Google Maps, is the real game-changer.
A 4,300mAh battery powers the device’s Dimensity 9200 processor and keeps the lights on. You can resume your activities right away thanks to the N2 Flip’s 44W fast-charging feature. The renowned three-stage alert slider also makes a welcome comeback for people who value easy control over their alerts.
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