Most of the things we know about the OPPO Find N2 have come from popular Chinese leaker DigitalChatStation (DCS). He has previously claimed that the next-gen Find N will likely retain the same design language as its predecessor. As outlined in our review, we found the design of the original OPPO Find N to be the most comfortable for daily use compared to the current generation of foldable phones — which have external displays that are too tall and extremely difficult to use. On the other hand, the Find N’s external display featured a traditional (and comfortable) 18:9 aspect ratio.
However, the biggest upgrade to the Find N2 is the near 15 gram reduction in the phone’s overall weight, meaning its weight could drop below 240 grams. This will make the phone even lighter than the iPhone 14 Pro Max — a remarkable achievement for a foldable smartphone. If these figures are correct, the Find N could also turn out to be the lightest vertically folding smartphone. We also expect the OPPO Find N2 to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.
DCS has also indicated that the Find N2 will likely share its camera hardware with the OnePlus 11. Both these phones could use Sony’s 50MP IMX890 sensor for the primary camera, and a 48MP IMX581 sensor for the ultra-wide camera. In addition, the phone could also feature a 32MP camera that supports 2x optical zoom. This is a significant upgrade over last year’s model, which featured a 13MP telephoto camera and a 16MP ultra-wide lens. Another feature likely to this year’s model is support for OIS — which was missing from the original OPPO Find N.