The first things we need to talk about foldable phones are the hinge mechanism that underpins their construction and Oppo’s done a great job with the Find N2 Flip. It has the latest-generation ‘Flexion Hinge’ features a system of cams to serve up an incredibly satisfying movement when you fold the phone open and shut, and the whole construction feels impressively solid. The N2 Flip has IP-certified water resistance of IPX4 compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 4’s IP68, it can withstand a spray of water, while Samsung’s best phones can all withstand full submersion up to a meter.
The Oppo Find N2 Flip flaunts a 6.8-inch 20:9 Full HD+ panel’s use of LTPO E6 AMOLED tech ensures sharp and vibrant visuals, with minimal brightness drop-off or color distortion when viewed off-axis, as well as support for a variable refresh rate from 1Hz to 120Hz, for greater power efficiency than a fixed-refresh panel.
The Find N2 Flip featured the latest Android 13, dressed in Oppo’s own ColorOS 13 user experience. It has some first-party Oppo apps that are copies of some of Google’s native apps. In addition, it has quick access to split-screen multitasking via a three-finger swipe gesture, a universally-accessible Smart Sidebar, and floating window functionality all of which serve the display’s tall aspect ratio well and bolsters the phone’s productivity chops.
The Find N2 Flip runs by the Dimensity 9000+, a high-end Mediatek chipset manufactured on a 4nm process. It boasts a CPU that’s very similar to the one inside the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 that the Galaxy Z Flip4 and the Razr 2022 use and a Mali-G710 MC10 GPU. You will get several RAM and storage options starting from 8GB/256GB up to 16GB/512GB.
It has a trio camera setting across the Find N2 Flip’s body, a 50MP primary and 8MP secondary ultrawide on the back, alongside a 32MP punch-hole front-facer, set into the top of the phone’s main display. The N2 Flip’s camera system is featured with a Sony IMX890 sensor, it is the same sensor you’ll find in OnePlus’ latest flagship, the OnePlus 11, and although here it’s supported by Oppo’s dedicated MariSilicon X imaging NPU for image processing.
One of the best features of the Oppo Find N2 Flip is its battery and charging credentials. The Oppo is powered by a bombastic 4,300mAh cell that should boast superior longevity and supports 44W charging which has the speed of charging up to 50% in 23 minutes and 100% in under an hour.