In the last few days, Samsung released its new foldable flagship devices, including the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. However, it seems the competitors are also set to release their new foldable flagships to capture the market share of foldable phones.
This morning, a new OPPO device with the model number “PHN110” was listed on 3C Certification, revealing the device’s charging specifications. As per our sources, the device belongs to the OPPO Find N3 foldable flagship and is very near to launch to give competition to Samsung.
As mentioned in the certification, the device would support three chargers: VCB7CBCH, VCB7CACH, and VCBAUACH. The first two model numbers belong to the same OPPO’s 67W charger, which supports a base 10W (5V/2A) charging and 30-67W (5-11V/6.1A) charging.
The last charger (VCBAUACH) is a 100W OPPO charger with a dual port (Type-C and Type-A). This charger supports a base 15W (5V/3A) charging and max 100W (20V/5A) charging. This also hints that OPPO Find N3 might be equipped with two charging ports like Lenovo Legion’s smartphone, but it is almost impossible.
Regarding the other specifications, the OPPO Find N3 is expected to be improved in terms of dimensions. It would feature a more thin and lightweight body. Both displays are also likely to be improved.
In terms of chipset, the Find N3 would be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen2 chipset, the best you can get from Qualcomm. The chipset is based on 4nm TSMC’s 2nd Generation manufacturing process and features Cortex-X3 Super Core, Adreno 740 GPU (@680MHz), and Snapdragon X70 5G modem.
The other specifications, like battery capacity, display, and camera lenses, are currently unknown. However, these specifications are also expected to reveal in the coming days. Moreover, the launch of OPPO Find N3 is expected in a month or two.