OPPO Find N2 is coming in December, according to recent reports. There are a lot of rumors that OPPO’s first flip phone with a foldable screen, the Find N Flip, will come out in China next month at the same time as the Find N2. The rumor mill has been buzzing with key details of the next-generation Find N-series models for the past few weeks. Today, we have come across a couple of screengrabs of what appears to be the testing unit of the Find N2.
The above-shown images show that the model number of the upcoming Find N2 is PGU110. The device has a foldable screen that supports up to a 120Hz refresh rate.
Under the hood, the Find N2 is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1. While the CPU details can be seen in one of the above images, it does not explicitly mention the name of the chipset.
For an optimized photography experience in low-light conditions, the Find N2 will be equipped with the MariSilicon X chip. It is speculated that the device will also have support for Hasselblad’s camera optimizations.
Other reports have said that the Find N2 has a 7.1-inch AMOLED LTPO foldable display, run on ColorOS 13-based Android 13 OS, and a side-facing fingerprint scanner. It may feature a faux leather back. The device is likely to come in shades like black, white, and green.