Oppo teased the Find N, the company’s first foldable phone, with an image of the handset’s spine side.
In a Weibo post, the image was released with barely a glimpse of the smartphone. The image depicts a vertical triple camera system, which is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3.
After six generations, the “small enough and large enough” split-screen mobile phone is the result of four years of research and development.
Oppo believes that the foldable smartphone is the latest stage in the company’s journey toward the future of smartphones.
Pete Lau, Oppo’s Chief Product Officer and founder of OnePlus, also provided updates on the product’s release:
Find N is scheduled to be introduced on INNO Day on December 14-15. On December 7th, Oppo teased its retractable rear camera, which would be unveiled at the event.