Oppo recently unveiled a successor to its compact foldable phone, the Oppo Find N2. One of the biggest selling points of the device is the fact that it is the “lightest horizontally folding phone.” That is, it’s lighter than other foldable devices with a tablet-like form factor, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Just like its predecessor, the Find N2 – tipping the scales at 233g – has a compact form factor, so it’s still an ergonomically-friendly phone. It has a slightly larger 5.54-inch 2120 x 1080 AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate now, while the internal display is a familiar 7.1-inch 1920 x 1792 AMOLED panel; also clocked at 120Hz.
According to Oppo, the width of the crease on the primary display of the Find N2 has been reduced by 67%, lending to a sleeker-looking design. Of course, looking at the actual phone in person, the crease is definitely still there, but it’s not particularly prominent, which is good.
Other specifications of the Find N2 include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, a Hasselblad-branded triple camera system (50MP primary + 48MP ultra-wide + 32MP telephoto) with Oppo’s MariSilicon X NPU for improved performance, a 32MP selfie camera, up to 16GB of RAM, two storage options (256GB or 512GB), and a 4520mAh battery with support for 67W fast charging.
At the moment, the Oppo Find N2 is exclusively available in China. In its home market, the device retails from 8,000 Chinese yuan, which comes up to about RM5,080 – not a bad price at all for a foldable phone of this calibre.