Oppo Find N3 Fold Inching Closer to Launch; Geekbench Test and Rumored Features

Sohail Akhtar

Oppo is stirring up the smartphone landscape again, with the Oppo Find N3 foldable poised for a debut soon. Both global and China-specific models of this device have graced GeekBench, hinting at a fusion of power and efficiency. Here’s a detailed report.

The China-specific edition of the Find N3 is now under the spotlight on GeekBench, bearing the model tag PHN110. Per the stats, this Foldable rendition has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 juicer flanked by a hefty 12GB of RAM. Curiously, the gadget is marching out as a reincarnated avatar of the OnePlus Open.

The Find N3's international avatar shares the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 lineage, albeit with a chunkier 16GB RAM and a distinct CPH2499 model identifier. Both siblings are running Android 13 OS, adorned with Oppo's ColorOS touch. Yet, their benchmark prowess varies; the China-centric model fetched 2,037 points (single-core) and 5,485 (multi-core) via Geekbench 6.

Beyond numbers, the latest Oppo Find mobile allegedly woos with its visuals. Its rumored facade is an impressive 7.82-inch OLED panel, parading QHD+ clarity and a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. A more petite 6.31-inch screen takes up sentry duty outside. 

Flipping it over reveals a trifecta of snappers: a 48-megapixel primary, an ultra-wide 48-megapixel sensor, and a 64-megapixel telephoto prodigy with 3x zoom. For selfies and video calls, a 32-megapixel and 20-megapixel sensor duo is on standby.

With this tantalizing peek into the Find N3's arsenal, Geekbench and the rumor mill drop crumbs about the gadget’s imminent arrival. There’s nothing on the price and availability yet, though the details will likely drop within a few days.  


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