GadgetyNews: Oppo Find N2 Flip Takes on Samsung’s Z Flip 4 with Exciting Flip Features

Oppo’s Find N2 Flip Lands in The UK

The Oppo Find N2 Flip may well draw comments regarding its similarity with Samsung’s Z Flip 4, but there is lots to like about the N2 Flip.

Firstly, and the most striking difference, is the N2 Flip’s 3.26-inch portrait cover screen. Not only does this trump the Z Flip 4’s slim landscape display in size, it actually looks more like a regular smartphone screen. While we can all agree that size isn’t important (right?), the larger Oppo display enables it to show more notifications at a time (up to six) and offers a larger preview viewfinder for those crucial selfies.

On the subject of cameras, the Oppo Find N2 Flip boasts a 50MP (f/1.8) Sony IMX890 main sensor sitting on top of an 8MP ultrawide unit with input from Hasselblad. In addition, a third camera can be found inside, above the 6.8-inch inner OLED display. This has a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz (the cover screen maxes out at 60Hz), and Oppo says that the N2 Flip has “the smallest crease in any flip phone yet”.

The Find N2 Flip uses what Oppo calls a “Flexion” hinge with an “improved waterdrop design”, which the company says is thinner, smaller and stronger than the previous hinge found inside the original Find N launched last year. However, it never made it beyond the Chinese market.

Finally, the Find N2 Flip is powered by a MediaTek 9000+ chipset and has a 4,300mAh battery.

Oppo Find N2 Flip UK Prices

Priced at £849 to buy outright from Amazon, the Oppo Find N2 Flip is also available from Vodafone starting at £36 a month (£49 upfront cost) with 8GB of data on a 36-month device plan and a 24-month airtime plan. Voda also adds that you can save up to £240 on your airtime plan if you order the Find N2 Flip before 30 March.

O2 starts at £30.00 upfront and then £42.30 per month for 36 months which gets you 30GB of data.

Plans on EE start at £58 a month. If you’re considering that, you may as well add another £7 and get a massive 165GB of data on EE’s Essential Plan.

It’s still cheaper than Samsung’s flippable phone. Tempted? Find more information at Oppo or head to Amazon to buy SIM free.

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