Oppo Find N2 and N2 Flip attend with foldable features and exciting specifications. With the Find N2 Flip, Oppo debuted its first flip foldable last week. Unlike the first Find N, we don’t know when this model will released, but we do know that it will be accessible worldwide (or at least in the areas that Oppo covers) shortly.
As with its predecessor, the Oppo Find N, this new model is a China-only release. Even though most people just interested in window shopping, it’s still worth a look since Oppo engineers have made significant changes. First, we’ll look at the Oppo Find N2 Flip. This clamshell foldable will compete with the Galaxy Z Flip4 from Samsung and the Razr 2022 from Motorola.
Priced at €1,100, the Galaxy may be had for as little as €800, while the Razr can have for between €1,100 and €1,200. The Oppo has a starting price in China of CNY 6,000, which is around €810. However, this does not include the numerous local taxes charged once the phone reaches stores in your area. The Motorola is the widest of the three phones, while the other two are relatively similar in length and height (79.8mm).
Both employ 120Hz OLED screens with FHD+ resolution, and their internal displays are almost identical (albeit the Samsung is somewhat smaller). Assuming this trend continues, we may assume that they are comparable. Despite their different aspect ratios, the Find N2 Flip’s bigger cover display, measuring 3.26 inches diagonally, makes it stand out from the other two phones.
Oppo Find N2 and N2 Flip attend with foldable features and exciting specifications.
The Oppo has a display area of 28.4cm2, the Motorola’s is 22.3cm2, and the Samsung’s is only 9.4cm2. An illustration of their sizes is shown below: Also, the Find N2 Flip boasts the highest capacity battery of the three at 4,300mAh, making it nearly as powerful as the battery in the considerably bigger Galaxy Z Fold4. Oppo deserves credit for solving the foldable issue today: battery life.
Oddly enough, Oppo opted for the Dimensity 9000+ as the phone’s processor. It’s a good processor, but for a release that’s not even happening until 2023, we have to wonder, “Why not the 9200?” As shown in Samsung and Motorola’s flip phones, the 9000+ can compete with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, although the 8 Gen 2 and the Dimensity 9200 are already available.
The camera is another subpar offering from the N2 Flip; not that the competition offers particularly high-quality imaging solutions, but still (at least they have OIS, though). It’s been the case for a while now that the cameras on horizontal foldable are superior to those on clamshell designs.
Bear in mind that there is also the Huawei Pocket S, albeit it is equipped with a less powerful Snapdragon 778G. (a 4 G-only version). This compounded by the fact that it can’t use the Google Play Store, limiting its availability to users outside China.
When it came out, it cost the same as the N2 Flip, so we decided to pass. Many of you may have already purchased a flip phone before the Oppo Find N2 Flip’s release; are you now wishing you had waited? Has the Find N2 Flip altered your opinion if you weren’t a fan of the flips previously? You may vote here or down below.