Oppos Find N3 Flip Fashion Phone Is Ready For Its Closeup

Oppos Find N3 Flip Fashion Phone Is Ready For Its Closeup

Oppo's latest flip phone is the Oppo Find N3 Flip, a 6,799 yuan (about $932) flip phone that will be launched in China but will soon go on sale in the rest of the world. The Find N3 Flip will compete with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Motorola Razr, and although both phones tried to use a large display on the front, the front display of the N3 Flip is almost the same as before. the year. However, Oppo makes up for it with very good specs.

It's a full-sized phone with an internal 6.8-inch, 2520 x 1080, 120Hz OLED display that folds in half to reveal a smaller 16.45mm square thickness. When closed, you can accidentally touch the small 3.26-inch front screen. The most interesting thing about this design is that the front OLED 60 Hz screen with 720 x 382 resolution looks like a mini phone and you have some mini apps to play, for example. B. Media player, notification view, weather app. , a fitness app and much more. The front display is not as big as Oppo's competitors, as it has a large circular camera with three sensors, a 50 MP main camera, a 48 MP ultra-wide angle camera and a 32 MP telephoto camera with 2x zoom.

The SoC is a Mediatek Dimensity 9200, so it has a 4nm SoC with Arm Cortex, 12GB of RAM, 256GB or 512GB of UFS 4.0 internal storage, fingerprint scanner side, Wi-Fi 7 and NFC. support.

The big downside to these foldables is definitely the battery – you get a 4,300mAh battery with 44W charging power. A non-folding phone of this size has a 5,000mAh battery, but compared to other flip phones – the Galaxy Z Flip 3,700 mAh 5 and Razr 3,800 mAh - are quite good. In fact, all these qualities are quite good. Oysters are sometimes overloaded with mediocre components, but this looks like a flagship device.

Oppo's marketing department is developing the N3 Flip based on the "case as a fashion accessory" theory. Almost every photo on the marketing page shows a glamorous person on the phone on a yacht, at a wedding, or in an art gallery. Oppo has teamed up with several fashion companies to create a range of cases that look like designer bags and some even have a shoulder strap.

The "trendy" side is that these next-gen flip flops don't offer much benefit when you're just looking to get things done. When unfolded, it looks like a regular phone, but you've spent more money for a clamshell display and you'll have to deal with questionable durability and sacrifice significant battery life due to the hinge. You better think this phone looks great, because that's all the shells have to offer. If you like the look, great! But apart from that, an ordinary phone is much more convenient.

The design of the N3 Flip is a little different this year: the top half has a rounded glass back, unlike last year's flat design. The sides are very smooth and the camera bump is nicely serrated all around. Oppo also borrowed a three-way silent switch from its sister company OnePlus. It comes in pink, a pretty cute pearly bear and black.

If you're ready to hit the trail, pre-orders are already being accepted in China and the phone will ship in September. The N2 Flip has been widely distributed, so eventually the rest of the world will too.

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