Oppo Find N launched today, quickly differentiating itself from other foldable competitors thanks to its shorter dimensions and wider aspect ratio.
Find N debuted as a more pocketable foldable option, while having a decidedly landscape aspect ratio of 9:8.4 (1,920 x 1,792). The external 60Hz display stands at 5.49 inches while the inner one, the 120Hz “Serene Display” comes to 7.1 inches. For the latter, Oppo went with a water-drop flexion hinge design which, according to them, makes creases “up to 80 percent less noticeable compared with other devices.”
It’s also better at closing its front and back, when folded, leaving no gaps between the two sides.
Wondering what’s under the hood?
A Snapdragon 888 chip with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage, as it suits a foldable device. The camera bundle includes a 50MP f/1.8 main one, identical to the one on the Find X 3 Pro, a 16MP ultra wide and a 13MP tele. As for the selfie, you’re looking at a 32MP snapper.
To unlock it, you’ll have to rely on a side-mounted fingerprint-scanning button while to split the screen in two you’ll only need a touch. Swipe down the middle of the inner screen and you’ll see it happen!
A 4,500mAh battery cell is all the juice Oppo offers, and you can choose one of three colors for the Find N: black, white and if you go for the higher-end model, purple.
Oppo Find N is already up for pre-order in China where it’s gonna officially launch on December 23rd. There, the price for the base model (8GB RAM and 256GB storage) is 7,699 yuan (around $1,210) and the one for the premium model (12GB RAM and 512GB storage) is 8,999 yuan (around $1,410).
Unfortunately, there is no info on when or if Oppo will bring Find N to other regions.