There have been a lot of things I find fascinating about the Oppo Find N2 Flip smartphone which would ultimately rival the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in its right. But the OPPO Find N2 Flip global release is now being confirmed so that will bring a balance in the foldable smartphone market…hopefully.
One of the issues with the device just like many other Chinese foldable smartphones is the fact they are not launched globally which is why Samsung’sfoldable devices continue to retain the top spot across the globe.
And in the case of the Oppo Find N2 Flip, the Chinese company says it will be releasing the device in limited units to the Indian market. That will in fact make it the first flip smartphone other than the Galaxy Z Flip 4 to make a global debut.
Oppo also said that the device will eventually go to other markets b Feb. 15th even though a number of crucial pieces of information have been revealed regarding the launch of the device.
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So if you find the Oppo Find N2 Flip interesting enough, the Chinese manufacturer’s subsidiary in India has confirmed that the device’s launch in the country will also follow a global release.
That is great news for the foldable smartphone market which has been dominated by Samsung since 2019.
Eben though the release will be global, it’s as if Oppo will be testing the waters with a few devices first in order to understand the market first. And according to a popular tipster Mukul Sharma, he made it known that the device will be available in limited stock at least in India.
There are a lot of interesting things I came to love about the Oppo Find N2 Flip especially, is the outer display which is very usable. The unique aesthetics of the device makes it more fashionable and interesting.
Although there are other rivals such as the Huawei P50 Pocket with great design aesthetics too or even the Motorola RAZR Fold, I still think the Oppo Find N2 Flip is very good-looking.
Specs-wise, the device’s primary screen sports a 6.8-inch AMOLE panel with an FHD+ RESOLUTION AND 120Hz refresh rate while the secondary screen measures about 3.26 inches with AMOLED technology as well.
One of the places many of these foldable smartphones have succeeded is ensuring their devices have a creaseless display. Their foldable devices are usually more flattened when folded compared to Samsung’s whose foldable devices often leave some annoying gaps between the folded screen which could lead to tiny objects sliding right into the screen and potentially ruining it.
The device sports a MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset and 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The onboarding stage is about 512GB (the global variant may not sport this large storage according to some speculations).
In the camera department, sports a 50MP primary sensor and an 8MP secondary ultra-wide-angle sensor. Thanks to the 3.26-inch outer display, you can make use of the primary camera setup for selfie even though you’re still getting another 32MP selfie camera when you flip the device open from the inside.
Powering the device is a moderately-sized 4,300mAh battery which supports 44W fast charging. The device comes bundled with Android 13 with ColorOS 13 laced on it to create the aesthetically-pleasing UI that many Chinese user find cool about OPPO-based devices.