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New leak reveals the name and launch date of Oppo’s first foldable phone

Written by Hamza Zakir ·  1 min read >

We finally have an idea of what Oppo’s answer to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold will be. According to a new leak, the Chinese smartphone giant’s first-ever foldable phone will be called Find N and it is slated to launch next month. 

The leak comes courtesy of infamous tipster Digital Chat Station, who shared the details related to Oppo’s first foldable smartphone on Chinese social media platform Weibo.  

The source claimed that the foldable phone will be called the Oppo Find N 5G, and that its display will fold inward like that of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or the Huawei Mate X2. The phone will feature two displays, one on the inside and the other on the outside. 

According to the tipster, the inner display might feature a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, along with a punch-hole. The outer display, on the other hand, may possess a 60Hz refresh rate, a punch-hole on top, and curved edges. 

The leak even contained details regarding the processor responsible for powering the upcoming Find N 5G as well as the camera setup. 

The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 is what’s under the hood of Oppo’s first foldable phone, however this processor would certainly be a bit outdated by the time the Find N 5G is finally launched. This is because Qualcomm is set to launch its next flagship processor tomorrow, while Oppo is expected to launch its foldable phone next month. 

The camera setup is expected to feature a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, a 16MP Sony IMX481 secondary sensor, and a 13MP Samsun ISOCELL S5K3M5 tertiary sensor. It is not entirely clear what the purpose of the secondary and tertiary sensors will be. And as far as the selfie-shooter is concerned, it is expected to be a 32MP camera.  

These are all the details we have on the upcoming foldable phone. Of course, Oppo hasn’t confirmed anything officially yet, but an announcement before the actual launch is expected sometime in December. 

Written by Hamza Zakir
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