Oppo unveiled its latest clamshell foldable today with the Find N3 Flip. It comes as a refinement over last year’s Find N2 Flip with the big update this year being the Hasselblad camera system. There’s an updated 48MP ultrawide module with a 114˚ field of view and a 47mm equivalent 32MP portrait lens with 2x optical zoom. The main camera is a 24mm equivalent 50MP unit with f/1.8 aperture and 1.0µm pixels and OIS.
The 3.26-inch AMOLED cover screen remains the same in size but it gains more functionality allowing users to run all kinds of apps and widgets without unfolding their Find N3 Flip. The keynote mentioned support for multiple travel, navigation, music and social networking apps and smart key integration for newer cars.
The N3 Flip also gets a newer MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chipset as well as faster LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. One of the few design changes is the new mute switch which features three positions just like on OnePlus phones.
The rest of the core specs are nearly identical to last year’s Find N2 Flip. You get a 6.8-inch LTPO AMOLED main display with 1080 x 2520 px resolution and a 1-120Hz adaptive refresh rate. The panel uses ultra-thin glass (UTG) and cranks out up to 1,600 nits peak brightness.
The software side is covered by ColorOS 13.2 on top of Android 13. The battery is still capped at 4,300 mAh and supports the same 44W fast charging speeds.
Oppo Find N3 Flip comes in Black, Gold and Rose colors. The 12/256GB version is priced at CNY 6,799 ($932) while the 12/512GB trim will go for CNY 7,599 ($1,042).
Find N3 Flip is already on pre-order in China while open sales are scheduled to begin on September 8. Oppo did not detail international pricing and availability yet but we expect those to be revealed at a later date.
Source (in Chinese)