Oppo Find N2 Flip global promotional materials leak

Oppo Find N2 Flip global promotional materials leak
It is a tad ironic that a major foldable release is going to be happening against the backdrop of the Samsung Galaxy S23 launch. Usually, the Korean tech giant is the one hyping foldable smartphones. After all, Samsung is the king of foldables.

Still, it should be noted that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Galaxy Z Fold 4 are not without some heavy competition. Chinese foldables have become remarkably good in recent years, and Oppo seems to be eager to prove this with its Oppo Find N2 Flip. And it will be doing so internationally.

That is right - another Chinese foldable is coming to the Western market. In fact, the launch is so close that promotional materials of the global version have been leaked via Twitter. For reference, we expect the Oppo Find N2 Flip to make its international debut at MWC Barcelona, which starts on February 27th.

The Find N2 Flip adopts a clamshell-style design and features impressive specs, a slender design and a big cover screen. All of this makes the foldable a major rival of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip lineup.

The promotional materials highlight a number of key aspects of Oppo’s foldable. Many of them highlight some of the main specifications of the device, including its impressive camera module and its 44W fast charging.

MediaTek might not be as recognisable to Western consumers as Snapdragon, but the Dimensity chipset with which the Find N2 Flip debuts is no slouch when it comes to performance.

Another set of images displays the dimensions of the Chinese foldable. Given its foldable form factor, it is hardly surprising that the Find N2 Flip is supremely compact and portable.

Lastly, because clamshell foldables are regarded as the fashion pieces of the smartphone world, Oppo’s choice of color makes a lot of sense. A couple of promotional images showcase a lovely purple shade option.

In short, the Oppo Find N2 Flip looks great on paper and we cannot wait to get our hands on it.
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