The famous Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo teased the release of its upcoming Oppo Find N on December 15. The company displayed in the teaser video that it is utilizing a ‘pseudo-vertical hinge’ from Seiko rather than the regular U-shape hinge that is going to provide fewer creases on the screen.
According to the statement by the company’s chief product officer, the impending Oppo Find N was the first smartphone worldwide that gets Seiko’s pseudo-vertical hinge, which is more improved and advanced than U-hinge technology. However, when it comes to hinge, these are small and give a long service life.
Oppo also stated that each hinge’s price is $ 125, and they are three times more costly than other hinges on the market. The video teaser posted by the company on Twitter reveals that the shape is water-resistant and has the ability to close when dropped.
Moreover, EvLeaks additionally published a couple of new images of the Oppo FInd N with this post on Twitter to give people an idea of how the device will look.
OPPO Find N pic.twitter.com/MMzGo5270U
— Ev (@evleaks) December 10, 2021
These images show five colors, black, white, grey, ple green, and lvender pper. We can also see the USB-C port on the bottom of the smartphone, along with hinge text that reads “Designed For Find” take what you are going to from that.
Apart from this, the tipster shared the alleged spec-sheet of the foldable smartphone that indicates a 60Hz display on the outside. On the other hand, the primary screen will have a 120Hz refresh rate as per the reports. The reports further suggest that the smartphone will have an LTPO panel with an adjustable refresh rate and improve power management.
The Oppo Find N is reportedly powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 that further powers Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Flip 3. As per Oppo’s official blog post, the Find N has followed through six generations of prototypes. And this is what the organization has been functioning on for a very long time.
Moreover, the frame is made of metallic and is going to have a fingerprint sensor on one of its sides. The device further has a triple camera setup on the back with three large sensors. There might be a configuration equivalent to the Oppo Find X3 Pro on this device, consisting of a wide-angle, zoom, and macro lens.
In a blogpost, Lau writes,
“In an era where everyone has a phone with similar configurations, the smartphone experience has come to a standstill. If we can find a way to break through the bottleneck of smartphone displays, we could once again revolutionize efficiency and interactivity.”