[UPDATE – More Images] Oppo Find N design revealed as official images leak
The phone looks quite compact, despite having a wide foldable display
UPDATE (DECEMBER 13) – AND HERE ARE EVEN MORE IMAGES
UPDATE (DECEMBER 10) – In typical Evan Blass fashion, we are getting more and more images of the phone in every new tweet. Below are some more –
Recently, Oppo made a huge announcement that the company is going to launch its first foldable smartphone named the Oppo Find N on the 15th of December. We got to see a glimpse of the design via the official teaser video as well, where we saw that this phone has a similar folding mechanism as other foldable phones in the markets, such as the Z Fold 3 & the Mate X2. Now, Evan Blass has shared the official images of this phone on Twitter which leaves nothing else to know about the design of this phone.
First of all, we got to see that there are at least three color options for this phone, and there is nothing fancy going around with the colors this time. There are normal Black, White, and Gold color options. We can also see the camera module on the rear, where there are three camera sensors. Also, the fingerprint scanner is present on the right frame of the phone & it doubles as the power button.
The above image shows the gold color option & we can notice the 50MP text on the camera module. So, there is a primary 50-megapixel camera sensor, something we have seen on a lot of Oppo phones. The camera module also has the text ‘Find N.’ The USB Type-C port is present on the bottom, and there are two speakers grills on the bottom.
And finally, we get to see the foldable screen on the inside. On the outside, there is the normal display with a hole-punch selfie camera in the middle. On the inside, there is the foldable screen with a selfie camera on the top left corner (We don’t get to see the camera in the above image, but as we know from the official teaser video, it is on the top left corner).
Well, now that the design is completely revealed, we are waiting for the specifications &, of course, the pricing. The launch event happens next week so stay tuned!