OPPO Find N3 Flip is expected to launch later this year.
A new leak reveals a remarkably similar design to its predecessor, with a redesigned body.
The Find N3 Flip comes with three camera lenses and 67W wired charging.
The phone is said to launch in China at the end of August and globally in September.
We got our hands on the OPPO Find N2 Flip in late 2022, but it looks like a foldable successor to the Flip is on the way. A new phone leak shows what the phone might look like and hints at some of the features we can expect when it launches.
The leak came from Yogesh Brar and was posted by PriceBaba before it was deleted. However, a copy of the message is still available online (via Android Authority). It shows what the Find N3 Flip is called, a very similar design to the Find N2 Flip, except for one detail: the camera. Instead of a vertically stacked dual-camera setup, the Find N3 Flip has a circular body with three sensors.
The Hasselblad logo is in the center and there is a separate LED flash on top of the camera body. Next to the camera is a vertical screen, similar to the Find N2 Flip.
This is not the first time the Find N3 flips with three cameras. Previous leaks also show additional, albeit vertically stacked, lenses like the N2 Flip. An additional lens can be a telephoto lens, which is not common on flip phones like the Galaxy Z Flip 5 or Motorola Razr Plus, which only have two lenses. Looks like OPPO can finally reverse this trend.
Specifications may include a 50MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera and a 32MP telephoto camera. The size of the foldable OLED is 6.8 inches and is said to have a 3-inch coverage screen on the outside. The battery supports 67W wired charging.
However, since both posts have since been deleted, we have to take these leaks with a grain of salt.
Meanwhile, PriceBaba suggests that the Find N3 Flip will launch in China "later this month" with a global rollout in September. This will be compared to when the Find N2 Flip was launched in December very soon.