Oppo's latest flip phone is the 6,799 yuan (about $932) Oppo Find N3 Flip, which debuted in China. The Find N3 Flip matches the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Motorola Razr, and while both phones try to look more powerful with larger front screens, the N3 Flip's front display is basically the same as before. Year: However, Oppo fills a pretty extensive spec sheet for it.
It's a full-size phone with an internal 6.8-inch, 2520 x 1080-pixel, 120Hz OLED display, all of which folds in half to become a little square at 16.45mm thick. When closed, you can casually view the tiny 3.26-inch front screen. The beauty of this design is that the 720 x 382 pixel 60Hz OLED on the front looks like a mini phone, and you have a few mini apps eg. b. Media player, notification screen and weather app. , fitness apps and more. The front display isn't as big as its Oppo rivals, as the large circular camera bump houses three sensors, a 50MP primary camera, a 48MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 32MP 2x telephoto camera.
The SoC is Mediatek Dimensity 9200, which means a 4nm SoC with one 3.05GHz Arm Cortex X3 core, three 2.85GHz Cortex A715 cores and four Cortex A510 cores with an Arm Mali GPU - Immortal's G711 MP. It also has 12GB of RAM, 256GB or 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage, a side-mounted fingerprint reader, Wi-Fi 7 support, and NFC.
Of course, the biggest drawback of this folding device is the battery. You get 4300mAh battery with 44W charging power. A non-folding phone of this size will have a 5,000 mAh battery, but compare that to the Galaxy Z Flip 5's 3,700 mAh battery. And Razr 3800mAh. great. All these details are really great. Sometimes flip phones come with mid-range components, but this one seems to be the top product of the line.
For the N3 Flip, Oppo's marketing department built on the theory of "foldable phone as a fashion accessory." Almost every image on the marketing page shows a beautiful person on the phone, on a yacht, at a wedding, or in an art gallery. Oppo has collaborated with several fashion companies to create different cases, all of which look like designer bags, and some of them have shoulder straps.
The "fashion" aspect comes in handy if you're trying to get things done, as this new-age design phone doesn't offer any serious usability benefits. Once you open it up, it looks like a regular phone, but you've spent a lot of money on a foldable screen and you have questionable durability and battery life. It's good to think that this phone looks good, because this phone is just a flip. If you like the look, great. On the contrary, conventional phones are more practical.
This year's N3 Flip design differs slightly from last year's flat design with a rounded glass top. The sides have been bred to a mirror finish and the camera lens has some nice bumps. Oppo has adopted the three-position power button from the flagship OnePlus. It is rose, beautiful pearl gold and black.
If you're ready to hit the airport, pre-orders are now open in China and the phone will ship in September. The N2 Flip is popular, so the whole world will eventually get it.
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