Oppo Find N2 and N2 Flip will arrive on December 15, it’s official. New details

Oppo has finally broken the delay by confirming the dates of the Anthem Day 2022 on the occasion of which the new leaflets from the Find N line i.e. N2 and N2 Flip. As anticipated last Wednesday, theevent will take place on next Tuesday and Wednesday (14 and 15 December) and, together with the awaited confirmation, they emerged interesting new details on the technical characteristics of the two smartphones and partly also on the content of the “new technologies” developed by Oppo ready to take the stage.


We move on to Oppo Find N2 and in particular from hinge which allows the flexible screen to close again. The Chinese manufacturer has released a video that focuses precisely on this component, which has always been one of the most critical for a folding smartphone. Light, narrow, compact and resistant, these are the terms used by the company to describe it.

Oppo official video re-uploaded to YouTube for ease of embedding

The concept of lightness also returns in another post published by Oppo on Weibo. Oppo Find N2 will be light and easy to usesays the Chinese manufacturer:

Oppo official video re-uploaded to YouTube for ease of embedding

Lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro Max, guarantees the leaker Ice Universe by sharing an eloquent image and underlining that the weight of the Oppo foldable will be equal to 233 grams

OPPO Find N2 vs iPhone 14 Pro Max

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 9, 2022


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Oppo then also dedicates an official video to the Find N2 Flip: protagonist is the external display (from 3.6″ according to rumors) characterized by the layout with portrait orientation.

Oppo official video re-uploaded to YouTube for ease of embedding

To enrich the picture is still Ice Universe which shows some real photos of the Find N2 Flip, emphasizing how the crease of the screen will be almost invisible.Find N2,Oppo Find N2,N2 Flip


The picture closes (for the moment) with an official reference to new technologies: with a further post on Weibo, the manufacturer confirms that a new self-developed chip. As previously suggested, it could be an evolution of Marisilicon X, the NPU dedicated to imaging launched a year ago.