Folding phones are becoming more mainstream and OPPO has been part of that from the early stages. The Find N3 is the latest iteration of its range with a lot to offer buyers.

Understandably, with the device folding out to a tablet; the dimensions — in terms of depth — are larger than a “normal” phone. It measures 153 x 73.3 x 11.9 mm closed and 153 x 143.1 x 5.8 mm open.

Obviously, with the folding feature, the Find N3 has internal and external screens, both of which run at 2,800 nits peak and offer HDR10+ with Dolby Vision.

The External screen is a 6.3-inch 120Hz AMOLED running at 20:9 ratio and 2484 x 1116 resolution and the internal is an impressive 7.8-inch 120Hz AMOLED with LTPO at 9.7:9 ratio and 2440 x 2268 resolution at 423 PPI.

Internally there are some excellent specs driving the device including:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • Adreno 740
  • 512GB Storage and 16GB LPDDR5X Memory
  • 4,800mAh battery with SUPERVOOC delivering 80% capacity in 30 minutes, or a full charge in 42 minutes

The cameras have seen an upgrade from the previous generation of OPPO Find N devices too. Now offering a 48MP Wide and 48MP Ultra Wide, 64MP Telephoto, and dual selfie-camera options, one for each screen. The Internal is 20MP, with the external screen selfie camera being 32MP.

Connectivity is all there, however, it may be a bit of a disappointment to some that the Wi-Fi isn’t 6e or perhaps even Wi-Fi 7 given the cost of the device. That’s a choice for you to make personally, but it certainly covers all of the connectivity needs of users with dual sim, NFC, Bluetooth 5.3, 5G and Wi-Fi.

I quite like the look of the Find N3, and hopefully will get some hands on time with a review unit in due course.

What do you think of the looks, specs and pricing on the OPPO Find N3?

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they call themselves onePlus in US, just to avoid having a Chinese name branding. not a issue in Australia since we love real estate business


and no 5G mmwave antennas

oppo is same as apple and samsung

refusing to add 5G mmwave antennas in australia

no WIFI 6e or wifi 7 ?

wow ,

dont buy it


so expensive

get samsung z fold 5 , is cheaper


it may be a bit of a disappointment to some that the Wi-Fi isn’t 6e or perhaps even Wi-Fi 7 given the cost of the device”

You sure? GSMarena says it has Wifi 7.