Oppo’s Find N2 launched back in December and now we get our first set of rumors for its successor – the Find N3. The upcoming horizontal foldable will allegedly bring a larger 8-inch main display with a 2268 x 2440px resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. For reference, the Find N and Find N2 featured identical 7.1-inch panels with 1792 x 1920px resolution.
Find N3 is also expected to bring two selfie cameras – one for the cover screen and one positioned on the main display. Their resolutions will be 20MP and 32MP respectively. The back of the device will house a 50MP Sony IMX890 main lens with OIS alongside a 48MP IMX581 for the ultrawide and a 32MP sensor for the telephoto module bearing the L07D1W22 identifier.
The phone is expected to bring the latest generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a 4,805mAh battery. The new leak mentions an ultra-thin design for the phone though without going into specifics.
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