Oppo Find N2 is official with a 67% reduced display crease, 120 Hz screens, and a much-improved triple camera system
Oppo has unveiled the Find N2, the second generation of its foldable Find N smartphone at an event held today in China. The Find N2 follows the design language of its predecessor but packs notable improvements, chiefly in the display, hinge, and camera departments.
Starting with the OLED displays, the Find N2 has a cover screen measuring 5.54 inches and a much bigger inner canvas coming in at 7.1 inches. While both screens are capable of a 120 Hz refresh rate, only the inner display is an LTPO panel that can change its refresh rate dynamically between 1 Hz and 120 Hz. Another key difference between the Gorilla Glass Victus cover display and the inner screen is the advertised max brightness. Oppo claims 1,350 nits and 1,550 nits max brightness for the cover and the main display respectively.
Complementing the upgraded inner display, Oppo Find N2 comes with an improved hinge that allows the screen to be placed at any angle between 45°-125°. The company claims that, through better materials and engineering for the hinge, it has reduced the crease on the inner screen by 67%. Creasing on the inside display is one of the biggest turn-offs when it comes to folding phones. So, it is great seeing Oppo making strides in this department.
Inside, the Find N2 is powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Soc, 12/16 GB of LPDDR5 memory, and 256/512 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Rounding the powerful hardware off is a 4,520 mAh battery that only needs 40 minutes for a full charge thanks to blazing fast 67 W SuperVOOC charging.
Moving on to the cameras, the Oppo Find N2 packs an upgraded triple camera system on the outside supplemented by one 32 MP selfie camera per screen. The main shooter employs a 1/1.56’’ 50 MP Sony IMX890 sensor with a 24 mm wide f/1.8 lens. The main sensor is also optically stabilized. The secondary ultrawide camera is a 48 MP 1/2” IMX581 sensor. Here Oppo has opted to go with a 14 mm lens with an f/2.2 aperture.
The telephoto shooter is a 32 MP IMX709 sensor with an RGBW pixel layout for enhanced light capture. The photo processing is handled by Oppo’s in-house MariSilicon X which the company has developed in partnership with Hasselblad.
The Oppo Find N2 will go up for sale in China at an equivalent price of US$1,150 and US$1,290 for the 256 GB and 512 GB variants respectively. We don’t have any wording on the official release date yet. Similarly, we also don't know whether the device will ever debut in the global market.