OPPO Find N2 Design Leaked, Released on December 15


OPPO Future Technology Conference 2022 has been officially announced to be released on December 15, when OPPO Find N2 / Flip series folding flagship will have a global debut.

OPPO is now warming up its new foldable phone and has released a demo video showing the OPPO Find N2.  OPPO Find N2 is said to be thin and lighter than the straight-panel.

Zuohu Liu, OPPO’s senior vice President and chief Product Officer, said that Find N2 uses innovative materials and rebuilds key structural components to deliver a major breakthrough in the weight of the foldable screen, as well as a comprehensive upgrade of the screen, image, performance and hover experience to deliver “an experience beyond the flat-screen phone.”

According to the previous revelations, OPPO Find N2 is equipped with the low-frequency version of Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 + Gen1, rear 50MP IMX890 main camera, OIS anti-shakes support, both 48MP IMX581 and 32MP IMX709 lens. It supports 2x optical zoom and 32MP front-facing lenses on both internal and external screens.

iGeekphone has reported that this model, which has previously appeared in Geekbench, is identified as the PGU110, and indeed uses the same low-frequency Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 processor as the Honor 80 Pro, with a single-core 1262 and multi-core 3902. Ensure good performance and lower power consumption.

In addition, the new foldable screen features a large 7.1-inch 1920 by 1792 resolution Samsung E6 with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the exterior is a smaller 5.54-inch screen, also made of Samsung E6, with a 2120 by 1080 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

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In other aspects, the machine will use 4520mAh battery, supporting 67W fast charge, equipped with Mariana X ISP chip, Hasselseland image system, plain leather model weighs about 233g, glass panel model is 237g, using the side fingerprint recognition scheme, running ColorOS 13 based on Android 13.


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