Oppo, which introduced the world’s first foldable smartphone at the end of last year, is working on two additional handsets with folding screens for this year. One will be the Oppo Find N’s replacement, while the other will resemble the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip model with its clamshell design. See the specifics below!
Two new Oppo foldable phones are in development.
Oppo is reportedly working on a few new foldable smartphones that would likely compete with Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 models, according to a recent claim by China’s IT Home, which cited reliable leaker Digital Chat Station.
According to the rumor, one of the gadgets would resemble the Oppo Find N and include a top-mounted cover display and a horizontal folding hinge. It is expected to be known as the Oppo Find N 2. Additionally, the smartphone will be lighter and thinner compared to its predecessor.
The second gadget, however, will be a smartphone in the clamshell design, making it smaller than the Find N 2. The device’s name has not yet been selected, but according to the story, its internal codename is “Dragonfly.” According to the rumor, Dragonfly will also have a redesigned hinge construction and less thickness. It will supposedly also have a 120Hz display.
Regarding the specifics of Oppo’s following foldable phones, the firm is anticipated to release several high-end smartphones in the second half of the year, powered by premium Qualcomm and MediaTek processors. Therefore, the following foldable is expected to have top-notch chipsets and cutting-edge features.
We hope to learn more about Oppo’s new foldable gadgets in the following days and months. So be sure to check back for more information and share your ideas in the section below for more discussion.