Back in December 2021, OPPO launched its first-ever foldable device, which was named OPPO Find N. The device was powered by Snapdragon 888 flagship chipset, and now the latest leaks and rumors are claiming that the company is working on the successor models, which will be unveiled at the OPPO INNO event.
This morning, two new devices from OPPO have been listed on 3C Certification. The first device has a model number “PGU110,” which belongs to the OPPO Find N2, while the second one carries the model number “PGT110,” which is not confirmed but is expected to be OPPO Find N2 Flip (vertically foldable) phone.
As mentioned in the 3C Certification, both devices will use OPPO’s SuperVOOC 2.0 charger, which carries model number: VCB7CACH and supports 67W fast charging. The charger supports charging at the following modes: 10W (5V/2A) and 30.5-67W (5-11V/6.1A).
Previously, it was revealed that OPPO is expected to launch its all-new Find N2 and Find N2 Flip in the upcoming INNO Day event, which is likely to happen in mid-December.
In terms of specifications, the new Find N2 is expected to feature the same displays and same-sized batteries. However, a better camera setup is expected to feature the following lenses: 50MP+48MP+32MP. The chipset would probably be Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 in addition to the MariSilicon X ISP chip.
Next, we have the Find N2 Flip, which is expected to feature a 6.8 inches primary display and a smaller 3.26 inches external display for displaying notifications and some other minor functions. It would feature a dual 50MP+8MP camera setup in which the primary lens is Sony’s IMX766 and the secondary lens is an ultra-wide lens. The battery cell would be around 4,300mAh, and the chipset might be the Dimensity 9000.
It is expected that OPPO will soon announce the INNO Day Event’s date.