Oppo unveils Find N foldable cellphone, but Kiwis await purchase

According to the StatCounter website, Oppo is the fourth most popular mobile brand in New Zealand, accounting for around 4.7% of devices currently used by Kiwis.

“New form factors usher in an exciting new era in smartphone technology,” said Pete Lau, product manager at Oppo.

“With the Find N, we aim to change people’s perceptions of what a smartphone can offer and start making foldable devices more accessible to an even wider audience.”

The Find N has a 5.49-inch exterior display, which opens to a 7.1-inch landscape interior display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The side power button doubles as a fingerprint scanner. , while there is also a dual speaker Dolby Atmos speaker system.

Like many other current flagship Android phones, the Find N is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chip and will have up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.

The 4,500mAh battery is expected to last for a day, with fast charging, meaning it’ll fully charge in about 70 minutes. It can also be charged wirelessly using Qi-enabled devices and offers 10W reverse wireless charging so that it can help power other devices.

The Find N has a tri-camera setup with a Sony IMX 766 50MP main sensor, 16MP ultra-wide lens, and 13MP telephoto lens. There are also selfie cameras on the indoor and outdoor screens.

The main outdoor screen can be used to preview selfies while hand gestures can trigger a photo to be taken so users don’t have to press the shutter button.

The Find N is the Chinese company’s latest mobile innovation, although not all of them have hit the market yet.

Earlier this year, Newshub got its hands on the Oppo X 2021, the company’s first roll-up phone, in hopes that it would be available for purchase this year.

However, it still hasn’t launched and appears to have fallen down the pecking order behind the Find N.

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