Oppo joins the global foldable era with Oppo Find N3 series

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Oppo Find N3 series
Oppo Find N3 Flip (left), Find N3 (right)

Oppo Find N3 series is official and we have got two smartphones, namely Oppo Find N3 which is the regular horizontal foldable and then the Oppo Find N3 Flip which is essentially a vertical flip foldable. The company released foldable before but only in China where their base production lies. Right now a few brands such as Samsung, Google, Huawei and also very recently OnePlus have joined the full foldable experience market with the release of the OnePlus Open.

Oppo Find N3

Oppo Find N3 teaser

This book-style foldable is a premium flagship designed only for the max budget consumers. The main focus is the classy Hasselblad camera which Oppo has advertised as being competitors to a traditional DSLR camera. It packs Sony’s new 48MP LYTIA-T808 “pixel stacked” sensor among some other functionalities for improved lighting and photography capacity. There is also a periscope lens with up to 6x hybrid zoom. Apart from that, there is one 20MP selfie camera on the inside and a 32 MP one on the cover screen. Both the 6.31” cover display and the 7.82” main display come with very high-resolution AMOLED panels.

The battery size is 4,805mAh and the charger is a 67W SuperVOOC with a full charging time of 42 minutes according to Oppo. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset powers the phone which is among the current top-grade flagship chipsets. It is running on Android 13 and according to Oppo’s press release, it will receive four further Android upgrades and five years of security patches. Only a single 16 GB RAM, 512 GB internal storage version will be available, which is priced at SGD 2,399 in Singapore. It is roughly 193,000 Bangladeshi Taka (1650 Euro, 145,500 Indian Rupee, 1750 USD) as of today.

Oppo Find N3 Flip

Oppo Find N3 flip teaser

The Flip version is slightly less premium and is also priced a bit lower at SGD 1,499 in Singapore (approximately 120,500 Bangladeshi Taka, 91,000 Indian Rupee, 1,030 Euro, 1,095 USD. It still offers almost all features you may desire in a premium flip phone. This one will also receive the same amount of Android and security updates like the N3.

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