OPPO’s First Vertical Foldable Phone Comes with Exposure


OPPO launched its first foldable phone, the Find N, last year, and now it’s been revealed that the company is working on a different foldable phone, this time with a vertical folding design.

According to Today’s blog @Digital Chat, which revealed the specs of the foldable phone, the phone has a 6.8-inch screen of 2520 x 1080p on the inside and a 3.26-inch screen on the outside, both made of OLED.

In addition, it is equipped with a 32 megapixel selfie camera using the SONY IMX709 sensor, as well as a 50 megapixel main camera using the SONY IMX766 sensor and an extra wide Angle 8 megapixel camera using the SONY IMX355 sensor, all of these sensors are already used in several OPPO smartphones, such as the Reno mid-range model and the Find X flagship model.

As for its battery capacity, the blogger claims that the typical battery capacity of the device is 4300mAh, compared to 3700mAh of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4, so if the above information is true, the OPPO vertical foldable phone has a relatively large battery capacity and is expected to have good battery life.

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No word yet on the name or release date of OPPO foldable phone, but igeekphone will keep an eye on it.


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