OPPO Find N2 Flip tipped to become an inaugural MediaTek-powered foldable flagship smartphone on its launch
The OPPO Find N could be said to be the greatest threat to the Galaxy Z Fold series from Samsung thus far, even though there is only 1 generation of the smartphone thus far. However, OPPO is now rumored to start teasing it, along with its new Galaxy Z Flip counterpart the Find N2 Flip, officially as soon as "next week".
Accordingly, a Weibo-based account called "experience more" has taken it upon itself to post a full breakdown of all allegedly known Find N2 and N2 Flip specs ahead of this prospective deadline. Some of these, such as sizes for all 4 screens involved, have been the subject of earlier leaks.
According to this new post, all but 1 (the N2 Flip's cover display) will be 120Hz and have the latest Samsung E6 treatment. The putative clamshell's main display may be 6.8 inches in diagonal length and have a 2560x1080 resolution, a spec that becomes 1920x1792 in the Find N2's main display and 2120x1080 in its slightly enlarged cover display.
Nevertheless, the N2 Flip is still tipped to have a secondary display that will dwarf that of the Z Flip4 and even the Motorola Razr 22 on its launch. This feature has yet again been shown in its portrait orientation alongside dual rear cameras (the IMX890 and an 8MP IMX355, as per the latest rumors). They apparently oscillated between larger and smaller lens sizes in the prototype stage, although OPPO may have gone for the latter in the final version.
The N2 is also thought to have an IMX890 as a main shooter, alongside 2 others: an IMX581 and IMX709 at 48MP and 32MP respectively. The foldable flagship is also now thought to have switched to dual 32MP selfie cameras for the main display, although the N2 Flip might stick with one.
Both foldables are thought to bear the OEM's exclusive Hasselblad and MariSilicon branding. The Find N2 is thought to get a very iterative battery upgrade with 67W charging, whereas OPPO is now said to have settled on 44W tech for the N2 Flip's first-gen 4,300mAh capacity.
Finally, the Find N2 is now linked to the alleged new "underclocked" version of the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 - whereas its Flip sibling might get the Dimensity 9000+ instead. This might help it stand out among new clamshells...on the other hand, devices with that top-end contender platform have a poor record of making it onto the global market.