Oppo Find N2 Flip specs leak

Vlad, 07 December 2022

Oppo's upcoming Find N2 Flip is its first flip-style foldable, following on from the original Find N, a 'phone folds out into mini tablet' device which launched in China last year as the brand's first ever folding smartphone. The Find N2 Flip has been leaking a lot lately, with an official announcement allegedly taking place on December 15.

Today a full list of its most important specs has leaked, courtesy of a generally reliable source. The Find N2 Flip is said to come with a 6.8-inch FHD+ 120 Hz OLED main folding screen, and a 3.2-inch 60 Hz OLED outer display.

Powering it will be MediaTek's Dimensity 9000+ SoC, aided by the in-house developed MariSilicon X NPU which was first featured in the Find X5 Pro. The Flip apparently comes with two rear cameras, a 50 MP main sensor and an 8 MP ultrawide, while selfies will be taken care of by a 32 MP shooter. That said, we assume you'll be able to take selfies with the main duo as well, using the outer screen.

The Find N2 Flip will run Android 13 with Oppo's ColorOS 13 on top, unsurprisingly, and it apparently gets a 4,300 mAh battery with support for 44W wired charging. There's no word on wireless charging, nor on RAM and storage amounts.

Interestingly, this rumor once again 'confirms' (as much as any rumor actually can) that the Find N2 Flip will be launched internationally. If that happens, then it will be the first Oppo foldable to be sold outside of China, since unfortunately the Find N never got an official global launch. The Find N2 Flip is said to arrive in other markets between January and March 2023.


Reader comments

Why companies are unable to squeeze in larger batteries in foldable, I know 4300 MAH for flip phone is pretty good, but 6.8 inch screen, is going to be power hungry, in power hungry android........

  • Anonymous
  • 08 Dec 2022
  • mZw

It will be certainly about 1500 euros.

  • Anonymous
  • 08 Dec 2022
  • m4r

This seems like a last minute release considering the Find N2's cameras are actually decent, yet here it's the dreaded 8MP ultrawide and no OIS on the main camera too. Why is it Find N2 Flip in the first place when there is no predece...

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