Oppo Find N2 Flip: Global model arrives with pre-order bonuses and pricing that undercuts Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
Samsung has gained a new rival outside China for the Galaxy Z Flip4. While Huawei and Motorola already offer the P50 Pocket and Razr 2022, both are more expensive than the Galaxy Z Flip4. For reference, the Razr 2022 starts at £949.99, £50 more than the Galaxy Z Flip4. However, Motorola equips its foldable with 256 GB of storage; Samsung sells the Galaxy Z Flip4 with 128 GB of storage to reach that £899 price point. At the time of writing, the Galaxy Z Flip4 retails for £959 with 256 GB of storage before any discounts.
In comparison, the Oppo Find N2 Flip starts at £849.99 but with 256 GB of storage. Eurozone pricing varies, with Spain receiving the handset for €1,049, €50 less than in France or Portugal. Additionally, early pricing will reduce the handset to €999 in some countries, with no equivalent deal in the UK. Still, Oppo has bundled a complimentary pair of Enco X2 earbuds and a protective case with UK pre-orders that retail for £169.
As far as we can tell, Oppo is only offering the Find N2 Flip with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage in the Eurozone and the UK. By contrast, the company also offers the handset with 12 GB or 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage in China. The Find N2 Flip is orderable now but will not start shipping until March 1. Please see our original launch article for device specifications. In short, the Find N2 Flip pairs the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ SoC with 6.8-inch foldable and 3.26-inch cover displays, among other features.