Oppo Find N2 specs leak includes a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip


(Pocket-lint) – We’re waiting on Oppo announcing the new Find N2 foldable and now we might have a clearer look at what specs we should expect when it does.

The follow-up to the Oppo Find N is expected to arrive later this year alongside the rumored Oppo flip phone. But what will Oppo change from the first iteration, and will you want to buy one? That’s something a new leak might have the answers to, with a Weibo post by tipster Digital Chat Station outing a few details, starting with the chip that this thing will use.

According to that Weibo leak, we can look forward to Oppo adding a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 to proceedings, upgrading the Snapdragon 888 processor that was used in the previous model. We’re also told to expect a 7.1-inch 120Hz LTPO AMOLED folding screen, similar to the one we saw in the original Find N.

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Externally, a faux leather back is part of the design we’re told, while the software will be handled by ColorOS 13 sat atop Android 13. The side-mounted fingerprint scanner will return, taking its place as part of the power button. Other notable tidbits include colour options, with black, white, and green available.

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As for availability, nobody quite knows just yet. The tipster says that the Find N2 is already in production which would suggest a launch isn’t too far away – but what availability will look like beyond Chinese borders is another matter altogether.

Writing by Oliver Haslam.

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