OPPO working two new foldable smartphones

OPPO working two new foldable smartphones

The Find N, the company’s first foldable smartphone, was released a few years ago. Currently, OPPO is developing the next generation of foldable smartphones, which should be available shortly.

OPPO is developing two new foldable smartphones, one with a clamshell fold and the other with a book-like fold, according to the most recent report from Digital Chat Station.

According to the rumour, the forthcoming smartphone, which will have a clamshell folding design akin to the Galaxy Z Flip range from Samsung, has the codename Dragonfly but hasn’t yet been given that name.

OPPO is two new foldable smartphones this year

OPPO working two new foldable smartphones

The business is apparently concentrating on lowering the width of the foldable smartphone and implementing a novel hinge mechanism. The phone will reportedly have a display delivering a 120Hz refresh rate.

However, OPPO is also developing a smartphone that will purportedly be called the 2 and has a display with a 120Hz refresh rate. In comparison to the existing model, the weight and thickness will also be improved.

Additionally, it is said that the business would introduce a line of high-performance flagship smartphones in the second half of this year, with the Qualcomm Snapdragon and MediaTek Dimensity processors powering the gadgets.

The Snapdragon 888 processing platform, a built-in 4500mAh battery, a 7.1-inch foldable internal screen with a resolution of 1792 x 1920, and support for a 1-120Hz variable refresh rate are all included in the OPPO Find N. The 5.49-inch exterior screen has a resolution of 1972 x 988. Both panels have an 800 nit maximum brightness, with a 1000 nit local peak brightness.

A 50-megapixel primary camera, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 13-megapixel telephoto lens are all included in the OPPO Find N’s image arsenal. It also has a dual front camera with a 32-megapixel resolution that is both internal and external.

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