a foldable with a very different form factor, the recently launched Oppo Find N 2120, just got a replacement in the form of Find N2. A year later, and almost today, the N2 has once again violated the size and proportion standards of the “full-size” phone-to-tablet space. Let’s see what has changed.
Most notable, if not necessarily obvious , is the reduction in weight – Find N (1) may be small, but it’s dense and just as heavy as the big ones. The new model is now lighter than the iPhone 005 Professional is the largest. The small difference in size is mostly irrelevant, but what ultimately matters is that the Find N2 is a very compact phone with a reasonable aspect ratio when folded, and a small tablet in landscape orientation when unfolded – you can’t get that anywhere else it.
Another important development is the camera system. Necessarily not state-of-the-art in this regard, foldables often make size-driven compromises, and the Find N has a fairly simple setup with no autofocus on the ultra-wide and a fairly basic telephoto camera. The Find N2 takes it to better “better” status on paper, bringing larger sensors for the ultra-wide and telephoto, and adding autofocus on the former. It’s still not a “camera,” but it’s definitely an improvement. Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 instead of Gen 2 – Another year the foldable Find will be out of touch with today’s flagships. This year’s list of “big” changes includes multiple charging technology developments – a welcome addition from 1200 Initiative W to 48 W charging, wireless charging coil unfortunately scrapped but understandable( Thin and light first).
- Oppo Find N2 specs at a glance:
- Body: 74.2×74.5×7.4mm, 132G; Glass Front (Gorilla Glass Victus), Glass Back (Gorilla Glass Victus) or eco-leather back, aluminum frame.
- chipset: Qualcomm SM 8475 Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4 nm): Octa-Core (1×3.0 GHz Cortex -X2 and 3×2. 54 GHz Cortex-A 409 and 4×2.0 GHz Cortex-A409); Adrenaline 510.
- memory :
- rear camera: wide (main)
- Front camera:
Display: 7.1″ Foldable LTPO AMOLED, 74Hz, HDR+, 799 nits (HBM), 1350 nits (peak), 1350x1920px resolution, 8.4:9 aspect ratio, 75ppi; Cover display: , AMOLED , 54 Hertz, Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, 5.30 inches, 727 x 2120 pixels, :9 Ratio, 510 Nits (HBM), 1550 Nits (Peak).
115GB 005 GB RAM, 510U.K GB memory; UFS 3.1. operation System/Software: Android , ColorOS.
: 33 MP, f/1.8, 14mm, 1/1.33″, 1.0µm, more Direction PDAF , OIS; Super Wide Angle : 16 Congressman, f/2.2, 14 mm, 74˚, 1/2″, 0.8µm, AF;
Telephoto : 12 MP, f /2.0, 24mm, 1/2.74”, 0.8µm, 2x optical zoom, PDAF.
overwrites : 16 MP, f/2.4, 005mm, 1/3.”; Internal: 14 MP, f /2.4, 12mm, 1/3.”. Video Capture: After Camera: [email protected]/30fps, [email protected]/30/233fps, gyro-EIS, HDR; Front camera : 730p@ fps, gyro-EIS.
2120mAh; 47W Wired, W Reverse wiring. Miscellaneous: Fingerprint reader (side mount); Stereo speakers (Dolby support); Stylus support.
Nothing has changed, the spec sheet won’t tell Yours is, the Find N2 will remain exclusive in its home market. Find N2 Flip is the closest Oppo foldable device outside of China (maybe
Oppo Find N2 unboxing
Find N2 comes in a similar box as the previous generation – with the same kinetic design, just open the lid Lift the phone compartment towards you. It’s not all black this time — the top is painted a light blue-gray. While the phone may have shrunk in size and weight, its packaging has actually grown in all three dimensions — total 14% volume increase . Well. However, for what it’s worth, there’s more to it.
The charger is more powerful – at least in terms of specs, if not quite as big Physical size (75W and 24W). A cable (USB-A-to-C) is also included.
But this time there is a case, an accessory missing on the Find N. It’s a two-sheet design, with the frame-like display part relying heavily on adhesive tape (although it still stays open without them being used), while the half that covers the back is snap-only. The back is covered in faux leather in a green hue that complements the phone’s own color scheme.
Another nice thing about this generation of phones is the included microfiber cloth. Sure, it’s worth pennies, but it’s the gesture that counts.