Oppo could be working on two next foldable smartphones

The Oppo Find N, which was the company’s first foldable device, never made it out of China, but if rumors are to be believed, they have different plans for this fall. According to GSM Arena, apparently Oppo is going to launch not one, but two foldable smartphones in the coming weeks, and both will be sold internationally, unlike the Find N.

These may be referred to as Find N Fold and Find N Flip, as these names were recently filed with the EU Intellectual Property Office. These monikers pretty much reveal Oppo’s game here, which seems to be to “imitate” Samsung as much as possible, GSM Arena reported.

What remains to be seen is whether the Find N Fold will retain the much more compact form factor of the Find N or grow to match the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 as well. As for the Find N Flip, well, it should compete with the Galaxy Z Flip4. Oppo’s devices are both said to use the exact same chipset as Samsung’s latest and greatest, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.

In China, the Find N was very competitively priced, but there is no indication yet whether Oppo will apply the same strategy with future models, according to GSM Arena. (ANI)

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