Oppo Find N appears on Geekbench, teaser video reveals the design

Ro, 09 December 2021

Earlier today Oppo officially confirmed its Find N foldable phone and promised to give us the full details on December 15. Yet a couple of interesting bits came in earlier through a teaser video and a leaked benchmark.

The video almost reveals the design in full, which is reminiscent of Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold3, except there's no gap between the panels when closed.

We then have the Geekbench listing that tells us more about the internals. The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 888, judging by the listed clock speeds and core configuration. The amount of RAM is 12GB but there might be other memory variants at launch. The listing also reveals that Android 11 will be running out of the box, but hopefully an update to Android 12 will come quickly after the market launch.



Reader comments

  • NICE
  • 10 Dec 2021
  • smb

I really like the design and size. There also seems to be no gap left when the screen is folded. Which is wonderful. It remains to be seen the quality of the assembly, the materials, the screen, the cameras and of course the crease

Oppo is not less trustable than Samsung, but i'm totally agree for the rest. Samsung leads so many ways in foldable tech, especially the software optimization, samsung is the best to fully utilized large display

Why are all folding phones looking more and more like a blatant ripoff of the Galaxy Fold? Under the circumstances, why would anyone want to buy a ripoff, with poor after sales, comparitively inferior quality, and lesser features? And a way less trus...

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