Oppo’s upcoming flip phone has been the subject of numerous leaks lately, and now its official launch date has been revealed. The company has affirmed that the Oppo Find N3 Flip is scheduled to make its debut in China later this month, and it won’t be a solo act.
Joining the lineup, the new Oppo Watch 4 Pro will also take the spotlight alongside the flip phone on August 29.
Ahead of the launch, Oppo has generously provided a glimpse of the device through several images for your preview.
Coming to Find N3 Flip, this smartphone is undergoing a redesign. While the outer screen maintains the rectangular form factor akin to the Find N2 Flip, Oppo is introducing revisions to the camera arrangement.
The new module takes on a circular shape, accommodating three camera sensors. Notably, the module proudly showcases the Hasselblad emblem, and the phone is portrayed in an elegant gold colour.
The initial announcement post refrained from divulging specific specifications.
Nonetheless, a recent entry on Geekbench provides insights indicating that the flip phone draws its power from a Dimensity 9200 chipset, perfectly coupled with 12 GB of RAM and running on the Android 13 operating system.
In terms of camera, notable enhancements are anticipated, featuring a 50MP primary camera equipped with Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS), utilising the Sony IMX890 sensor.
This formidable camera setup is further complemented by a 48MP ultra-wide lens utilizing the IMX581 sensor, as well as a 32MP telephoto camera incorporating the IMX709 sensor, featuring a 2x optical zoom capability.
Further details are set to emerge on August 29th, providing a broader perspective. Meanwhile, Oppo has officially confirmed the launch of the Watch 4 alongside the Find N3 Flip.
The visuals disclosed by the company showcase the smartwatch’s gracefully curved design, button configurations, casing colour variations, and strap choices.
A glimpse of the Watch 3 Pro’s successor hints at an elegant blend of a stainless-steel case and a ceramic foundation.
While Oppo successfully introduced the Find N2 Flip to international markets, there’s optimism for a similar global rollout for the Find N3 Flip.
In contrast, the Watch 3 Pro remained exclusive to its domestic market, indicating that the Watch 4 Pro might follow suit. Well, in any scenario, anticipation is high for the upcoming updates.