In the second part of the year, we might see some intriguing new phones from OPPO, including the company’s new foldables. This knowledge was provided by well-known Chinese tipper Digital Chat Station . He posted the details on Weibo.
OPPO intends to release two new foldables along with a few more exciting devices. Let’s start by discussing the aforementioned foldables. One of them is the OPPO Find N2 phone. The Find N, which debuted last year, will be followed by this device.
The OPPO Find N was a truly interesting phone that could be folded up into a little tablet or used as a phone. We did not anticipate the Find N2 to launch that quickly as it launched near the end of the year. The fourth quarter of the year, most likely November or December, is when it will most likely come. By the way, the OPPO Find N2’s codename is White Swan.
Advertisement The other foldable, code-named Dragonfly, appears to be a foldable smartphone that can be folded vertically. With the Galaxy Z Flip 4, Huawei P50 Pocket, and the impending Motorola Razr foldable, that product will be in direct competition.
A SNAPDRAGON 8 GEN 1 OPPO FIND X5 PRO variant may also be forthcoming. Along with those devices, OPPO appears to be preparing to introduce a standard flagship powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. It might possibly be the OPPO Find X5 Pro with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 version.
In comparison to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 does offer superior performance and better power management. Additionally, the thermals are improved. It therefore makes sense.
Advertisement But that’s not all. It appears that OPPO also intends to introduce the OPPO Band 2 fitness tracker and the OPPO Watch 3 smartwatch. That fitness tracker, though, is most likely going to be a cross between a smartwatch and a fitness tracker.
Then, but not least, there is ColorOS 13. This will become OPPO’s newest Android-based operating system and come pre-installed on the company’s phones. It will probably be added to all Android 13 smartphones worldwide. We might even observe it shipped on devices running Android 12 in China.
Overall, OPPO has a ton of gadgets set to release for the rest of the year.