Check out the specs of OPPO's first clamshell foldable phone

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It’s not exactly a secret that OPPO plans to launch its first clamshell foldable this year. That has been rumored for quite some time now. The company still didn’t confirm it, though. Well, the specs of OPPO’s first clamshell foldable have just surfaced.

This information comes from Digital Chat Station, a well-known Chinese tipster. Previously, he suggested that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will fuel the device, but that won’t be the case, it seems.

OPPO’s first clamshell foldable is coming, and here are its rumored specs

The tipster says that the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 will fuel the OPPO Find N Flip, or whatever it ends up being called. That is MediaTek’s flagship SoC for 2022, its successor launched quite recently.


The tipster had more to say, actually. He also added that the device will feature a 6.8-inch foldable AMOLED display (Samsung’s E6 panel). That display will offer fullHD+ resolution, and a 120Hz refresh rate.

A second display will also be a part of the package. OPPO seemingly plans to utilize a 3.26-inch cover panel, which is actually quite large compared to what the competition has to offer.

Two cameras will sit on the back of this phone. Well, on the back when it’s unfolded, and on the front when it’s folded. In any case, we do have info regarding those as well. The main camera will be a 50-megapixel unit (Sony’s IMX890 sensor), while the secondary camera will be an 8-megapixel ultrawide unit (Sony’s IMX355).


The device is said to offer 44W charging

Android 13 will likely come pre-installed on this phone, with ColorOS 13 on top of it. A 4,300mAh battery is also tipped, along with 44W fast wired charging.

That’s all the information that we have at the moment. Do note that OPPO is rumored to release two new foldables by the end of the year. The OPPO Find N Flip will arrive alongside the OPPO Find N2, allegedly.

The OPPO Find N2 will be a direct successor to the OPPO Find N, which managed to attract a lot of attention to itself last year. Let’s hope that these two phones will not remain exclusive to China, despite the fact that the OPPO Find N was.