Review: Oppo Find N2 Flip

Review: Oppo Find N2 Flip

Smartphones are basically the same . One rectangle of glass and metal is more or less the same as the other. The introduction of foldable screens is a recent innovation. Samsung has led the charge by improving its models for generations, but the Galaxy Fold and Flip aren't the only game in town. Google's upcoming Pixel Fold demands a higher resolution, but like Motorola's upcoming Razr+, Oppo's Find N2 Flip is more affordable.

As a mobile skeptic, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed using the Find N2 Flip. It is beautiful and sensual. At the same time, it evokes nostalgia for old rotary phones and looks futuristic. Oppo has cut some corners to keep the price down, but you might have to settle for what the foldable phones are.

Good view

The Oppo Find N2 Flip folds into a square shape that measures approximately 3.3 inches by 3 inches. Fits easily into jeans or a small bag. My black review sample has a nice grip-enhancing texture. The reflective back is adorned with the OPPO logo and the sole design is smooth. Unlocked, the Oppo Find N2 Flip is a 6.8-inch flagship smartphone that matches the Google Pixel 7 Pro and Xiaomi 13 Ultra almost perfectly.

It's funny to think that the external screen is exactly the same as the screens of previous smartphones. It's a big 3.26-inch flip phone, but it does more than check notifications and send quick replies. However, he has a few tricks up his sleeve. You can use it as a viewfinder to take high-quality selfies with the main camera, and you can swipe to switch between a handy customizable widget that shows the local weather, your calendar and media controls.

Open the Find N2 Flip and you'll be prompted for an AMOLED display. It boasts an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, a resolution of 2520 x 1080 pixels and a maximum brightness of 1600 nits. In other words, it's responsive, sharp and very bright. The matte screen finish is common for foldable phones, but the lack of gloss ensures comfortable reading and is easy to read outdoors. The crease is visible and you can feel it when you touch and slide the screen, but it's relatively invisible.

The best part about its compact design is that you can open it to make a call and close it to end a call. Bending is good, and Oppo reckons it's good for 400,000 folds, so you don't need to scale. Even if I open it with both hands, it looks good.

There is no IP rating regarding water resistance, so it's best to keep it dry. The bead collects mud in the pocket, as does the rim around the main screen, and smudges are a big problem in the field, so you'll need to wipe it down every now and then to keep it clean. The problem with foldable phones in general is that it's hard to know how well they'll age.

Strong performance

The Oppo Find N2 Flip is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 Plus chip and the UK version has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It can't compete with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon chips, but performance was consistently good over two weeks of testing. Browsing was smooth, the phone loaded apps and games quickly, and it handled long sessions of Kingdom Rush well.

Oppo Find N2 Flip Review

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