OPPO is highly expected to release a first-generation clamshell foldable smartphone, the OPPO Find N2 Flip, along with a direct replacement of its current Find N flagship very soon. A recent Weibo tweet claims to list the majority of their specifications.
Rumors have it that the launch of this upcoming phone from OPPO could be as early as next week. With that in mind, the Weibo account “experience more” has taken it upon itself to post a comprehensive breakdown of all supposedly known Find N2 and N2 Flip specs. Some of these, including the sizes of all 4 involved screens, have been the focus of past leaks.
This new post states that all displays—aside from the cover display for the N2 Flip—will be 120Hz and feature the most recent Samsung E6 technology. The primary display of clamshell may measure 6.8 inches diagonally and feature a resolution of 2560×1080, which is 1920×1792 on the Find N2’s main panel and 2120×1080 on its somewhat larger cover display.
However, it is still anticipated that the N2 Flip would come with a secondary display that will surpass that of the Z Flip4 and even the Motorola Razr 22. Once more, this feature is displayed with dual rear cameras in portrait orientation. Although OPPO may have chosen the latter in the final version, they appear to have alternated between larger and smaller lens diameters in the prototype stage.
The N2 is also likely to contain two additional cameras, the 48MP and 32MP, in addition as the primary camera. While the N2 Flip might still have a single selfie camera, it is currently believed that the foldable flagship has swapped to two 32MP selfie cameras for the main display.
It is said that the OEM’s proprietary Hasselblad and MariSilicon branding is present on both foldables. While OPPO is currently rumored to have agreed on 44W charging tech for the N2 Flip’s first-generation 4,300mAh capacity, the Find N2 is thought to have a relatively iterative battery increase with 67W charging.
Last but not least, the Find N2 is now said to use an alleged new “underclocked” Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, whereas its Flip sister may use the Dimensity 9000+. On the other hand, smartphones with that top-end competitor platform have a dismal track record of making it onto the worldwide market, which might make it stand out among new clamshells.