OPPO has announced that its first foldable phone called the OPPO Find N will be unveiled on December 15 and the company has started teasing the device bit by bit. The latest teaser comes in the form of a video showing the entire front of the device.
The video seems to show that the phone has little to no crease at all along the line where it folds. It’s just a render but if the device indeed looks so in real life, it will be pushing ahead of Samsung’s foldable display tech which always has a crease in the middle – an annoyance that takes time getting used to.
But the official video pales in comparison to a newer leak (via Abhishek Yadav) showing perhaps the very first live images of the device ever. Both the front and rear of the device have been exposed.
The rear view shows a triple camera array with a flash and a back panel with a matte finish.
The front, on the other hand, not only exposes most of the phone’s display with its left-aligned punch-hole but also reveals several key specs of the device along with its price.
— Technology Edge (@Tech_EdgeTE) December 9, 2021
OPPO Find N Specifications(Unofficial)
The upcoming OPPO’s first foldable smartphone is powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor and has a 4500mAh battery with support for 33W wired and 15W wireless charging.
Its rear camera module comprises a Sony IMX766 50MP sensor that is joined by 16MP and 13MP sensors. Upfront, there’s a 32MP selfie shooter.
The OPPO Find N has an LTPO 120Hz main display while the external one has a refresh rate of 60Hz. For haptics, a top-of-the-line X-axis linear motor has been used.
OPPO Find N Price (Unofficial)
The price of the foldable phone for the 8GB+256GB variant stands at ¥12999 (~$2,040) while the 12GB+256GB one costs ¥13999 (~$2,197).