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OPPO boasts of its first folding: the Find N already has a presentation date

In April 2021, OPPO showed the world its first mobile concept with an extendable screen, a curious solution that has not yet made an appearance on the market. Folding mobiles do have a hole and are starting to take off in sales, and OPPO is going to get on this car in just a week.

The company has made official the announcement of the OPPO Find N, its first folding mobile. It will see the light next December 15, and it will come to solve problems such as the well-known central fold suffered by terminals such as the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

OPPO’s first foldable is on the way

OPPO has announced the presentation date of the OPPO Find N, the foldable that will come to compete with Samsung’s Z Fold 3. It will be a device in the style of the latter, but promising to solve the center fold problem.

OPPO’s intention with the Find N is clear: to present a foldable that solves the current limitations of this type of device

According to Pete Lau, “It’s better to launch a product later when it’s ready to deliver a great user experience than rush to keep up with trends.”

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In a promotional video in which they have shown the device, a design very similar to that of the Fold Z 3 can be seen. Folded will be a narrow and compact device, to be deployed in a tablet format with, predictably, about seven inches in full diagonal.


The key here is that, contrary to current proposals, OPPO’s device seems to be practically an all-screen in traditional format when folded, rather than having a very narrow screen. It’s just a promo video and how it’s finally resolved remains to be seen, but the concept promises.

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OPPO holds that in your folding we will find solutions to problems of current folding, and that its hinge will be one of the most durable. It remains to wait until December 15 to find out.

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