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OPPO Find "N3" tipped to launch as a foldable smartphone with a periscope zoom upgrade

The Find N2. (Source: OPPO)
The Find N2. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO is now said to have a third-gen foldable Android flagship with a potentially significant camera upgrade in the works. The "Find N3" could thus emerge more powerful than many other top-end devices in these terms, and make it one of a very small handful of devices in its category with the same spec. The device could emerge looking a lot like its conventional counterpart, the Find X6 Pro.

OPPO put a lot of thought and its highest-end mobile camera attributes into its latest Find N2 foldable phablet, an up-to-date 50MP main camera, an in-house MariSilicon X NPU and even Hasselblad branding included. However, the device's rumored predecessor may launch with an upgrade to leave its 32MP telephoto shooter in the dust.

Top-end iPhones are projected to join the periscope zoom lens party (however late) in 2023 - as are some foldable devices from different OEMs. The Find 'N3' is now slated to join the Huawei Mate X3 and a third mystery device in making this upgrade on behalf of their form-factors in 2023.

The N3 - which, according to famed tipster Digital Chat Station, even has a convincingly OPPO-like model number ("PHN110") already - is also now said to keep its purported major upgrade in a camera hump similar to that of the X3.

Coincidentally, the Find X6 Pro is also said to have a new, round main camera housing with a periscope lens of its own. Therefore, it is possible that it and its foldable sibling the N3 might share this feature, as with the X5 Pro and N2 before them.

OPPO Find N2: now available in Europe from TradingShenzhen

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2023-02- 6 (Update: 2023-02- 6)