As scheduled, the OPPO Find N2 Flip has been launched on the global stage at an event in London. In the UK, the phone will go on sale for £849. It will also be available in other European markets such as France (€1,099) and Spain (€1,049).
A direct competitor to Samsung’s Z Flip devices, the Find N2 Flip is a smartphone-size device that folds down to make it more pocket-friendly. Compared to the Z Flip 4’s 1.9-inch outer display, the OPPO Find N2 Flip has a starkly bigger cover display at 3.26 inches. That big AMOLED screen is sharp (720 x 382) and makes reading incoming notifications easier. You can even customize it to show your favorite GIF of the moment, your Bitmoji avatar, or useful shortcuts.
Flip the phone open and you’ll be greeted by a 120Hz 6.8-inch FHD+ AMOLED display. OPPO’s new-generation Flexion hinge lets the panel fold shut without leaving a gap between the two halves. It apparently also makes the screen crease less visible than on rival foldables.
Right beside the cover display are two camera lenses: a 50MP main snapper with phase-detect autofocus and an 8MP ultrawide. You can take selfies with either of the two while using the outer screen as a viewfinder. Meanwhile, there’s another 32MP camera housed in a punch-hole on top center of the main display.
The Find N2 Flip is powered by a Dimensity 9000+ chip and comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Its 4300mAh battery supports 44W SUPERVOOC wired charging. It runs Android OS with OPPO’s ColorOS 13.0 baked on top.
There’s no word yet when it’ll land in the Philippines.