Oppo Find N2 Flip: Everything you need to know

    With the Find N2 Flip, an unmistakably rivaling clamshell foldable phone to the wildly successful Galaxy Z Flip 4, Oppo is taking on Samsung.

    The Find N2 Flip will be launched in Europe this month, marking the first time that one of Oppo’s foldables will be confined to China. Oppo has verified this. Let’s go for it.

    Here is all we currently know about the Oppo Find N2 Flip.

    When will the Oppo Find N2 Flip be released worldwide?

    On December 15, Oppo announced the Find N2 Flip, giving it a simultaneous debut in China on the second day of its 2022 Inno Day event (the same event where it previously introduced the original Find N).

    Although it’s doubtful that the flip phone will ever be sold in the US, the business has officially stated that it will launch globally on February 15.

    The business will unveil “global availability, colors, and price” for the phone during the launch event, which will begin in London at 2:30pm GMT, or 9:30am ET and 6:30am PT. The event will be covered live by Tech Advisor who will be present.

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    The book-style Find N2 and the Find N2 Flip were both released in China, but oddly, the Find N2 Flip isn’t currently scheduled to be released globally. The standard Oppo Find X6 flagship phones are also due to go on sale shortly, although it appears that will happen after the Flip arrives in Europe.

    How much does the Find N2 Flip cost?

    We now only have information on the Find N2 Flip’s Chinese starting price of 5,999 (about $860/£700).

    That may seem cheap for a foldable, but Chinese prices typically tend to be lower than Western equivalents, so in practice, we would anticipate that the phone would be priced in line with other popular flip phones like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, Motorola Razr 2022, and Huawei P50 Pocket, which have the following prices:

    • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4: From $999/£999/€1,099
    • Motorola Razr 2022: From £949/€1,199 (around $1,150)
    • Huawei P50 Pocket: From €1,299 (around $1,389/£1,100)

    What are the Find N2 Flip specs and design?

    When viewed from the exterior, the Find N2 Flip quickly stands out for a few reasons, especially when compared to competitors like the Z Flip 4 and Razr.

    The biggest one is the cover display, which is 3.26 inches in size and likewise set up in a vertical, portrait position. You’re not intended to use it to manage the standard Android UI, so don’t worry. Oppo claims that the portrait orientation makes it more suited to utilizing as a camera viewfinder and more natural for viewing notifications and alerts.

    Other than that, the Find N2 Flip has a blocky design and is pretty much the same size and form as the Samsung flip phone. It weighs exactly the same—191g compared to the Z Flip 4’s 187g. It debuted in China with finishes in black, gold, and purple; however, it’s unclear if all of them will be available internationally.

    The Flip makes use of the same 2nd-generation Flexion hinge as the normal Find N2, which according to Oppo should survive 400,000 folds, or 200 every day for five years. Oppo claims the phone should still be safe to use in the rain despite the absence of an IP classification, unlike its Samsung counterpart.

    The internal display is a 6.8-inch screen with a 120Hz AMOLED panel (again, comparable to Samsung models), so it should provide great quality.

    The chipset is a bit of a surprise in this case. The MediaTek Dimensity 9000+, neither the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 found in the normal Find N2 or the more current Dimensity 9200 that debuted in November 2022, powers the Find N2 Flip. Oppo claims that it collaborated with MediaTek to create a customized processor with increased power efficiency, allaying any battery concerns brought on by the design factor.

    Storage options include 256GB or 512GB, while RAM ranges from 8GB to 16GB.

    In relation to that, the phone’s 4300mAh battery (which is larger than Samsung’s 3700mAh) suggests that it will likely last all day. Although it’s disappointing that there isn’t a wireless charging option, 44W wired charging should keep it charged swiftly as well.

    Oppo prioritized the primary camera, which is a 50MP shooter with an IMX890 sensor, the same main camera as the Find N2. Along with a 32Mp punch-hole selfie camera on the internal screen, there is also an 8Mp ultrawide camera.

    Software-wise, Oppo’s ColorOS 13 will be installed on top of Android 13 when the phone first launches.

    Here are the full specs:

    • 6.8in, 120Hz AMOLED internal display
    • 3.26in cover display
    • MediaTek Dimensity 9000+
    • 8/12/16GB RAM
    • 256/512GB storage
    • 4300mAh battery
    • 44W wired charging
    • Cameras:
      • 50Mp, f/1.8 main camera
      • 8Mp, f/2.2 ultrawide camera
      • 32Mp, f/2.4 selfie camera
    • 166.2 x 75.2 x 7.5mm (unfolded) or 85.5 x 75.2 x 16mm (folded)
    • 191g
    • Android 13 with ColorOS 13

    Until we get the chance to try it for ourselves, be sure to read up on all the other best phones coming in 2023.

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