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    OPPO launches its first foldable flagship phone, the OPPO Find N

    The Find N features a unique form factor, even for a foldable.

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    OPPO has launched the Find N, the brand’s first foldable flagship smartphone, at the recent INNO DAY 2021 event. While it may seem similar to other foldables at first such as the Z Fold or the X, OPPO’s Find N has a unique form factor that’s on the smaller side, making it more portable.

    Even if it’s small when unfolded, the Find N has a 7.1-inch inner display with an 8.4:9 aspect ratio that makes it a good match for widescreen content, all without having to rotate the device to enjoy.

    Meanwhile, one the outside, there’s a 5.49-inch outer display with an 18:9 aspect ratio, making it have a similar shape and size as today’s standard smartphones.

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    OPPO also revealed that the phone has a Flexion Hinge which features 136 components with extreme precision of up to 0.01 mm, ensuring the hinge works smoothly, all while having a minimal crease that OPPO says is 80% less noticeable compared with other foldable devices.

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    Powering the phone meanwhile is a Snapdragon 888 processor that’s paired with up to 12GB of RAM, meaning it has flagship-level performance. As for its battery, the Find N has a 4,500mAh battery which supports 33W SUPERVOOC Flash Charge which charges to 100% in just a bit over an hour.

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    Finally, the OPPO Find N packs a triple rear shooter setup consisting of a 50 MP Sony IMX 766 main sensor, a 16 MP ultra-wide lens, and a 13 MP telephoto lens. The Find N also has two selfie cameras, one on the folding display and one on the outer display.

    Currently, there’s no word yet on pricing and availability information for the OPPO Find N in the Philippines.

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

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