Oppo‘s Inno Day event is closer than ever. This showcase event by the brand is all set for December 15th, 2021, and this time around, the brand will display its foldable innovation to the world. The brand has officially confirmed that it is bringing its Find N series back from the hell and that too with quite an amusing device – a foldable. That’s Right! OPPO’s first-ever foldable smartphone is looking to catch everyone’s eyes and is going to be a reality now. Oppo has finally posted a teaser video, which showcases the OPPO Find N in all its glory. So go & Take a look.
OPPO FIND N Teaser Released Prior to the Launch Day December 15th
— OPPO (@oppo) December 9, 2021
As clearly visible in the teaser video above, the OPPO Find N foldable smartphone will feature two displays magnificently. The outer display seems to have almost no bezel at all, whatsoever. The foldable phone has the wallpaper/Always-on Display effect that we witnessed, it is definite that both displays are AMOLED panels, which shouldn’t come as a thunderbolt to anyone. The main display is marvelously connected with hinges, which is pretty usual when it comes to foldable.
Upon closer inspection of the video and reports, we believe the power button might act as a (side-mounted fingerprint scanner). At the bottom, there’s a USB Type-C charging port and a speaker grille. There are also antenna linings at the top and bottom of the device, thereby confirming that the OPPO Find N will sport a metal chassis.
Speaking of the specifications of the OPPO Find N, the foldable smartphone is touted to sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, which will be coupled with 12GB of RAM. The device will reportedly feature a 12.6MP (effective) camera with OIS and EIS. In terms of software, OPPO Find N is said to boot Android 12-based ColorOS 12 skin out of the box.
OPPO Find N 5G
Processor – Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 | 8 GB
Display – 7.8 inches
Rear Camera – 50 MP + 50 MP
Selfie Camera – 32 MP
Battery – 5000 mAh
OPPO Find N 5G Price, Launch Date
8 GB RAM / 128 GB internal storage