OPPO Find N3 Flip scores big on usability

The OPPO Find N3 Flip is now official. OPPO launched the device last week in Dubai alongside the foldable OPPO Find N3, a launch event I was privileged to attend.

With the Find N3 Flip, OPPO is hoping to take on Samsung with its Galaxy Z Flip. OPPO says the phone delivers a breakthrough experience across imaging, design, and usability.

‘’These devices redefine the foldable experience, setting new standards for what customers can expect from their next smartphones.’’ the company says in a press release. 

The Find N3 Flip is an interesting device, and if you have used the previous Flip from OPPO you will notice the company has made some interesting improvements setting new standards in its category. 

The flip phone stands as the first flagship triple-camera flip phone, boasting a 50MP wide, 48MP ultra-wide, and 32MP 2x zoom equivalent telephoto camera system. This innovation includes the pioneering integration of a telephoto lens, a noteworthy first for flip phones.

Find N3 Flip
OPPO Find N3 Flip [Photo: TechTrends Media/Nixon Kanali]
Beyond these camera capabilities, the device’s vertical cover screen has been upgraded to support third-party apps, enhancing its versatility and user experience. OPPO’s innovative Flexion Hinge for Flip technology also enables a shallow screen crease and a zero-gap hinge, providing a seamless and durable design.

The Find N3 Flip is powered by the flagship MediaTek Dimensity 9200, 12GB RAM and 256GB storage guaranteeing exceptional speed and reliability. It features the largest and thickest graphite layer of any flip phone, ensuring efficient heat dissipation to maintain optimal performance. 

For the battery, OPPO has included a  4300mAh battery capacity with support for 44W SUPERVOOC™ fast charging technology.

Coupled with the refined ColorOS 13.2, OPPO says the Find N3 Flip combines premium design, flagship performance, and user-friendly software, setting a new standard for flip phones in the market.

OPPO has not mentioned if it plans to make the device available locally but will be on the lookout for any.

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Nixon Kanali

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