This year, OPPO intends to introduce two foldable smartphones.

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A recent report claims that OPPO would introduce two foldable smartphones this year. One of the most well-known Chinese tipsters, Digital Chat Station, is the source of this information . He posted the information on Weibo.

OPPO SEEMS TO BE READY TO RELEASE TWO FOLDABLE SMARTPHONES IN 2022. He asserts that OPPO intends to introduce a clamshell foldable and a book-like foldable. According to rumors that circulated earlier this year, this is the case. Be aware that OPPO has only introduced one foldable so far, the OPPO Find N.

Even though it was the first foldable smartphone the business had ever introduced, the OPPO Find N turned out to be a great device. Unfortunately, it was never available in international markets, but it is what it is.

Advertisement Having said that, this future foldable that resembles a book might be the OPPO Find N’s replacement. A folding smartphone that is genuinely small when folded, the Find N is a rare breed. Being small when folded and huge when unfolded makes sense in a way. Almost every other book-like foldable on the market is enormous, even unfolded.

The second-generation model from OPPO might adhere to the same guiding principles, and ideally, it will be made available worldwide this time. All we currently know about the smartphone, which is rumored to be called the OPPO Find N 2, is that its main display will run at 120Hz.

THE FIND N SUCCESSOR IS SUPPOSED TO BE FUELED BY THE SNAPDRAGON 8 GEN 1 Given that it will be released this year, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC will probably be included. As a refresher, its predecessor had a Snapdragon 888 processor.

Advertisement The codename for the other foldable is Dragonfly, and it is a clamshell device. This smartphone, which will directly compete with the Galaxy Z Flip 4, is anticipated to include a 120Hz primary display.

However, neither the actual date nor the hour of these phones’ release are known. However, the OPPO Find N was unveiled on December 15 of this year.

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