OPPO Find N3’s “Boundless View” feature takes multi-tasking to new levels

OPPO announced the global launch of its new Find N3 series recently. The series comprises the foldable Find N3 and the Find N3 Flip both delivering some interesting hardware and software tweaks.

OPPO said these devices redefine the foldable experience, setting new standards for what customers can expect from their next smartphones. 

Some of the tweaks OPPO has brought to the foldable Find N3 include the Boundless View feature.  Foldables are great phones for multi-tasking and with this feature, OPPO wants to change how you do that giving you PC-level productivity in your pocket. 

The Global TaskBar, featuring the App Library and File Pocket, ensures quick access to recent files and apps. With Boundless View supporting three apps, users can effortlessly work across three tall apps, with two displayed side-by-side and a third app accessible off-screen. A simple tap brings the off-screen app into view.

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The 15″ Boundless View mode displays all three apps in a 7.8″ tablet-like view, allowing concentrated work on one app while still multitasking smoothly between all three.

Boundless View feature
Boundless View feature

OPPO Find N3 Specifications

OPPO Find N3 sports a large 7.82-inch 2K (2,268 x 2,440 pixels) LTPO 3.0 AMOLED screen with a 426ppi pixel density and 120Hz dynamic refresh rate. The display offers a 10-120Hz refresh rate and 2800 nits peak brightness. 

The outer panel is 6.31-inch 2484 x 1116px AMOLED offering a 10-120Hz refresh rate and same peak brightness. 

The dual SIM (Nano) phone runs on Android 13 with ColorOS 13 on top. 

The Find N3 comes equipped with Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC with an Adreno 740 GPU, paired with up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM that can be virtually expanded up to 12GB and 512GB of UFS 4.0 onboard storage.

For the cameras, the OPPO Find N3 features a Hasselblad-branded triple rear camera setup comprising a 48-megapixel Sony LYTIA-T808 1/1.43-inch primary sensor with optical image stabilisation (OIS) and electronic image stabilisation (EIS), a 64-megapixel OmniVision OV64B sensor with 3x optical zoom, and a 48-megapixel Sony IMX581 sensor. The selfie camera is 20-megapixel on the inner display and we are also getting a 32-megapixel secondary selfie sensor on the outer screen.

Other features include a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, face unlock and a 4,805mAh battery that supports 67W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging support.

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