OnePlus Fold and Oppo Find N3 specifications surface for new flagship foldables
91mobiles has shared details about the OnePlus Fold and the Oppo Find N3, two devices that the pair have collaborated to create jointly. Seemingly, the OnePlus Fold will be the global version of the Oppo Find N3; Oppo elected against offering the Find N or Find N2 outside China, despite bringing the Find N2 Flip to multiple markets. In other words, little, if anything, will separate the OnePlus Fold from the Oppo Find N3.
According to the website, both foldables will feature an 8-inch OLED foldable display with a native QHD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Additionally, there will be a 6.5-inch cover display that operates at FHD, also a 120 Hz and OLED panel. Thus, the Find N3 appears to be significantly larger than its predecessor, which has 5.54-inch cover and 7.1-inch foldable displays.
Unsurprisingly, the OnePlus Fold and Find N3 will rely on the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, currently Qualcomm's flagship smartphone chipset. Moreover, the pair will complement the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 with 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage and a 4,800 mAh battery that supports 80 W wired charging. Both foldables will continue where the Find N2 left off in terms of camera hardware, too. Specifically, the OnePlus Fold and Find N3 are expected to feature 50 MP primary, 48 MP ultra-wide-angle, 32 MP periscope and twin 32 MP front-facing cameras. In short, it appears that OnePlus and Oppo will re-use the cameras from last year's Find N2. Both smartphones should debut in Q3 2023; pricing has not leaked yet, though.