Official renders of the Oppo Find N foldable leaked, non-creased display also a possibility
Evan Blass has published official renders of the forthcoming Oppo Find N foldable and it certainly looks like an appealing proposition. The new images clearly show the back of the device for the first time and reveal some camera details too.
Oppo officially teased its forthcoming Find N foldable smartphone yesterday, but it hasn’t taken long for renowned leaker Evan Blass to give us the best look at the device yet. As is often the case ahead of major smartphone launches, Blass has been able to get his hands on the official renders of the device before its full official unveiling on December 15.
As we have previously observed, the Oppo Find N looks to be a more compact device than its obvious competitor, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3. It also opts for a slightly wider footprint which yields a wider and potentially more useful front display. While we haven’t seen any detailed specs published about the device, one of the leaked press renders clearly shows that it features a 50 MP primary sensor among the two other lens options.
Separately, Ice Universe has also published a tweet strongly suggesting that Oppo has been able to either greatly reduce the display crease that is a hallmark of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold smartphones to date. This is supported by an unsourced image circulating of the Oppo Find N on Weibo that certainly creates the impression that Oppo has indeed managed to work some magic here. It would certainly make sense for the company to differentiate the Find N as much as possible from the Z Fold3 and, if true, this could be a key point of difference.
All will be revealed in a few short days when Oppo holds its official launch event for the Find N foldable.
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