OPPO launches the Find N3 and Find N3 Flip globally

OPPO's newest flagship foldables have just been launched in various markets around the world.

After their launch in China, OPPO finally held the global launch event for the Find N3 and Find N3 Flip, the brand’s latest flagship foldables.

Both of these foldables pack flagship-level processors and cameras. Specifically, they are powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 for the Find N3 and Find N3 Flip, respectively. Plus, both phones pack Hasselblad cameras that should give them excellent imaging capabilities.

The Find N3 is the more tablet-like of the two as it features a large 7.82-inch AMOLED screen with a squarer aspect ratio. It also features a 6.31-inch cover display that should make it work like a typical smartphone when folded.

As for its cameras, the Find N3 has a 48MP main + 64MP 3x telephoto + 48MP ultrawide triple rear shooter setup which feature the Hasselblad Color Calibration found in other OPPO flagships. The phone also has a 20MP front camera and a 32MP cover camera for versatile shooting options.

When it comes to battery life, the phone promises to be a long-lasting device as it packs a 4805 mAh battery that features 67W wired fast charging.

As for the Find N3 Flip, this phone features a flip design, and it has a 6.80-inch AMOLED main screen, as well as a vertical 3.26-inch cover display.

For its cameras, it is OPPO’s first flip foldable to feature three Hasselblad shooters. Specifically, it has a 50MP Main + 32MP 2x telephoto + 48MP ultrawide setup. There’s also a 32MP selfie shooter at the front.

Finally, this phone has a 4300 mAh battery with 44W fast charging.

OPPO announced that the Find N3 is priced at SGD 2,399 (around PHP 99,000) while the Find N3 Flip has an SRP of SGD 1,499 (around PHP 61,900). For now, there’s no word yet on pricing and availability information for these foldables in the Philippines.

Want to know more about the Find N3 Flip? Check out our impressions of it here:

OPPO Find N3 Flip | Setting a new foldable standard