Monday, January 17, 2022

Live images of Oppo Find N have leaked

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Samsung is the only company sitting like a king globally in the present foldable smartphone market. Its last Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 are appreciated by the majority of the tech community. The recent buzz about the upcoming Oppo Find N foldable indicates that it’s the competitor for Fold 3.

Recently, Oppo officially announced its first-ever foldable smartphone, the Oppo Find N and added the launch date. It will launch on 15th December. Though we already got a quick look at the model in the product video, today witnesses the live images. All thanks to Ishan Agarwal.

There are two images, as you can see from the above tweet. We get some information about some of the ports from the first one. There are two speaker grills at two ends, SIM tray, primary microphone, Type-C port, and two antenna stripes.

Both the images are pointing that Oppo did what Samsung is still trying to overcome, the crease in the front. The screen of the Oppo Find N looks totally flat. We need to wait around a week to get the hands-on experience. Everyone is hoping for a next-level product.

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A CS Engineer and Tech Enthusiast who likes to fiddle with the latest gadgets and tech happenings around the world.


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