The latest red variant of the OPPO Find N3 has just surfaced online. This device contains a leather backplate along with its thickness, which was revealed via leak.
Red OPPO Find N3
Two of the images that appeared were pretty accurate. The first image displays the back of the device along with its right side, laying on a weight scale. As the picture displays, the device weighs about 244 grams, which is a bit less than its smaller predecessor, the OPPO Find N2, which is 233 grams.
The second image displays device thickness other than camera bumps. The thickness of the device is 12.4 mm, which makes it thinner than Find N2, which measures about 14.6 mm.
Honor Magic V2 will still remain thickest book-style foldable
The Honor Magic V2, with a thickness of 9.9mm, is the thinnest book-style foldable in the market. However, the Magic Vs2 weighs the least at 229 grams. The Find N3, despite having several advantages, won’t quite surpass it in those two categories. Additionally, it will be much thinner and lighter than the Google Pixel Fold and the Galaxy Z Fold 5.
The OPPO Find N3 and OnePlus Open are reported to have the exact same hardware, despite this. Therefore, these are probably also the specifications of the OnePlus Open. Reminder: On October 19, both products will be legally recognized. These leaked images display both sides of Find N3. It displays a large Oreo camera on the back and is also rumored to include a powerful camera setup.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will include excessive RAM
The device will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and have a RAM capacity of 16GB or 24GB. 7.8-inch display backed up by 6.3-inch cover. Both displays will be of OLED variety with 120 Hz refreshing rate. Other than that, 4,805mAh battery is also rumored along with a 100W wired charging. The main camera of 50-megapixel is rumored to have an ultrawide 50-megapixel camera and 64-megapixel telephoto unit.
Gold variant of OPPO Find N3 is also surfaced. However, the device isn’t made of Gold, it’s called that because of its color.
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