The time of foldable smartphones is back: OPPO prepares new Find N

Deepak Gupta July 13, 2022
Updated 2022/07/13 at 11:44 AM

The year is already halfway through and this seems to be the time when smartphone manufacturers chose to present their foldable proposals to the market. Huawei got ahead with the announcement of its Mate Xs 2, but proposals from other brands should start to emerge now. OPPO will be one of them with a new Find N.

But the Find X5 model should also receive an important update.

The OPPO Find X5 Pro arrived in the global market in February with a Qualcomm SoC, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, and in China it was equipped with a Dimensity 9000 from the competitor MediaTek.

According to the leaker Digital Chat Station, a new version of the Find X5 is being developed to compete with the proposals launched this second semester. This new smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 mobile platform, the latest and most powerful from Qualcomm.

However, no specific details were revealed about which specific phone will receive this update, since the base model of the OPPO Find X5 which, in this case, has the SoC Snapdragon 888.

Still, most likely it is the Pro version to be improved.

And the OPPO Find N, the foldable one?

OPPO also has a folding model that we have already had the opportunity to test here, albeit in a limited version in terms of ROM, since it is a model intended only for the Chinese market.

The OPPO Find N was launched in mid-December as the brand's first folding smartphone and this year the manufacturer will then be able to make the leap with an improved device dedicated to the international market.

The leaker revealed that there is a model at OPPO with the code name Dragonfly and that it should be the new folding one, an eventual Find N2.

In addition, ColorOS is expected to receive an important update, already based on Android 13. Finally, a new Watch 3 smartwatch and an OPPO Band 2 smartband are expected this year.

Curious to know the OPPO proposals for this second semester?

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