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OPPO Plans To Launch Two More Foldables & A Rollable Phone In 2022

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OPPO plans to launch two more foldable smartphones, and a rollable phone in 2022. This information comes from Digital Chat Station, a well-known tipster from China.

OPPO seems to be planning to launch two foldables in 2022, and a rollable phone as well

He said that the OPPO Find N has been a great success for OPPO. The demand for that device exceeded expectations, and people are still trying to get their hands on one.

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We’ve reviewed the Chinese version of the device, and it is really a great form factor, and OPPO did a great job with it. Well, two more foldable smartphones seem to be on the way.

OPPO is allegedly planning to announce a clamshell foldable, and a larger variant of the OPPO Find N. So, it is planning to throw out some competition for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3.

In addition to that, the company is also allegedly planning to announce a smartphone with a rollable display. OPPO is actually the first and only company that announced a rollable smartphone.

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OPPO announced the very first rollable smartphone at the end of 2020

At the end of 2020, OPPO announced the OPPO X 2021. That device featured a rollable display, and it was a fully functioning phone. OPPO said that it’s not ready for mainstream, though, which is why it never sold it to consumers.

Earlier reports suggested that the first commercially-available rollable smartphone from OPPO will come next year. Well, it seems like that may happen this year after all. OPPO may even be the first company to offer a rollable smartphone to consumers. We’ll see.

Let’s just hope that the company plans to offer its foldable and rollable phones to consumers outside of China. The OPPO Find N is still not available outside of China, and at the time it launched, OPPO didn’t have any plans to make it available globally.

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Samsung sure could use some competition, and truth be said, the OPPO Find N would be in a class of its own. That phone is small enough, when folded, to be used with one hand, while it unfolds into a tablet. It would be an ideal foldable for many people.