New Oppo Find N images and specs show up online



Oppo’s foldable phone is by far one of the most anticipated events of recent weeks – with a launch date set for December 15, the device has been kept under wraps, but it finally looks like we’ve got a sneak preview – taste of what to expect.

The gorgeous Oppo Find N is the first foldable Oppo phone

Tipset EvLeaks posted a handful of new images of the phone to Twitter that show the device left, right, and center, so to speak. Well, at least they show enough of the device that we can better understand what we’ll be holding in our hands once it becomes available for purchase.

The Oppo Find N will open like a book, just like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3.

The images look very official and besides, it is rare for EvLeaks to deliver false information, one can assume that they are the real deal.

From the leaked images, we can say that it will have two screens: the external one will look like your usual smartphone, so with a diagonal of about 6.5 inches. The camera will be installed at the top of the screen, in a perforated cutout.

The main screen can measure between 7.5 and 8 inches when opened.

The device appears in five color options in the images: black, white, gray, and lavender.

The frame appears to be metallic and will feature a fingerprint sensor on one of its sides.
At the rear, there is a triple camera setup that includes three large sensors. We could see a similar setup to the Oppo Find X3 Pro on this device, which would consist of a wide angle, zoom, and macro lens.

In terms of specifications, from the small pieces that can be seen in these images, which seem to come from the catalog of presentation of the device, we know that the screen will have an LTPO refresh rate of 120 Hz and that ‘it will be able to shoot in 4K resolution.

This smartphone has undergone about six revisions and we know that Oppo has been working on it and continues to improve prototypes for a very long time. So it makes sense that we don’t have more information on this just yet, as the company might intend to release the device with all the bells and whistles worthy of all the hard work it has. done on it.

So, for now, we’ll just have to enjoy those footage and be patient until December 15 – it’s not a long wait anyway.

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New Oppo Find N images and specs show up online



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