Find N meeting the curve of the road
Whenever foldable phones are mentioned, the first company most people think of is Samsung. Last year, however, Oppo made the news because it could – Oppo Find N, which is only in China. It is not a direct copy of the Galaxy Fold, unlike most foldable phones that came out then, but, it comes in a unique, shorter and wider form that many like. than Samsung has. It means you can use it as a normal smartphone when closed, instead of using the unusual, high contrast ratio. Now it seems that Oppo is preparing a few tracks and, this time, it goes after Samsung.
According to a new report from Pricebaba (via 9to5Google), Oppo is working to launch two foldable phones this fall, effectively dividing the Find N lineup into two. such as Samsung’s Galaxy Z series. One of the devices will be the Oppo Find N Fold, which will be the follow-up to the Find N that was launched last year. The other will be the Find N Flip and it will be a clamshell device similar to the recently released Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Both devices are reported to be registered with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (via Pricebaba), meaning there is a chance we can see them outside of China this time.
So we don’t know much about these phones. We can expect them to launch with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 if they want a shot at competing with Samsung’s global phones – Indian leak blogger Yogesh Brar has suggested this – and maybe some cameras are good for them alone. It would be good if the Oppo Find N Fold still retains its wider design that many people liked in the Find N last year.
Of course, we’re thinking about some important details right now, but we think things will change as we get closer to the release date.