OPPO Find N2 Flip launches with a bigger outer display and battery than the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
After weeks of teasers, OPPO has finally debuted its latest generation of foldables: the OPPO Find N2 and Find N2 Flip. Both devices launched hours ago in China, and appear designed to compete with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 respectively—with the Find N2 Flip, in particular, looking like a proper rival.
The OPPO Find N2 Flip sports a 6.8-inch FHD+ E6 AMOLED as its main display. It's a 120 Hz panel with LTPO, of course, and offers a peak brightness of 1600 nits. The real stand-out point is the Find N2 Flip's outer display, however, as that one's a 3.26-inch 60 Hz OLED with a peak brightness of 900 nits. It's a lot more impressive than the Galaxy Z Flip4's outer display, which measures in at a relatively tiny 1.9 inches.
Under the hood is MediaTek's Dimensity 9000+, aided by up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. Camera-wise, the Find N2 Flip features a 50 MP camera as its main shooter, plus an 8 MP sensor as the ultra-wide camera. A 32 MP shooter slots in as the selfie camera.
While the Find N2 Flip's cameras impress on paper, OPPO has also managed to outdo the competition in a major aspect: battery. The Find N2 Flip is equipped with a 4300 mAh battery—handily superior to the Galaxy Z Flip4's 3700 mAh unit, and the Moto Razr 2022's 3500 mAh. Charging is pegged at 44 W as well, faster than the Galaxy Z Flip4's 25 W. Despite the battery bump, the Find N2 Flip remains slim at 7.45mm when unfolded and 16.02mm when folded. The Galaxy Z Flip4 checks in at 6.9mm and 17.1mm respectively.
Pricing for the OPPO Find N2 Flip is as follows:
- 8/256 GB - CNY 5999 (US$860)
- 12/256 GB - CNY 6399 (US$920)
- 16/512 GB - CNY 6999 (US$1005)
For some context, the 8/256 GB SKU of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 debuted in China with an MSRP of CNY 8499 (US$1220). The Find N2 Flip undercuts the Moto Razr 2022 as well, as that phone was priced at CNY 5999 for the 8/128 GB model.