Foldables are the future of smartphones, at least that’s what I think, and we Define N2 flip Oppo as bringing much-needed competition. Not just in terms of global availability, but pretty much all the heat when it comes to building quality, functionality, and affordability.
The Oppo Find N2 flip is that phone you might want to ditch your regular phone for. Oppo is not new to foldable; we saw their first foldable, Define, late in 2021. And most recently, the N2 was released alongside the N2 flip.
More interesting is the fact that these were China-only devices, but now we got a global launch for the N2 flip. That is to say, aside from Samsung, we have a globally available flip phone, and that’s the Oppo Find N2 flip, which I’d say, to some extent, fixes some of the shortcomings of Samsung’s z-flip.
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OPPO Find N2 Flip Price In Nigeria
The OPPO Find N2 Flip starts selling at about NGN 416,360. The OPPO Find N2 Flip is expected to start at around $904.23 USD in the United States.
Unlike most modern flagships, we get the Find N2 flip with essential accessories, which include a transparent case, a USB C to USB adapter, and a 67 Watts charger, though it will charge at 44 Watts, which is what is supported by the Find N2 flip.
One of the first things that strike you at a glance when you see the fine end to flip is its sizable cover display, which looks like a mini phone. And it looks more usable than what we have on Samsung Z flip. On the inside, we see an almost quiz-less display, making it look better than anything from the competition at the moment or while having no Gap while folded.
The Find N2 Flip comes in three colors, but I think only two are available globally, that is the Astra black and moonlit purple.
The black looks stealthy and has a finely textured finish. You’ll find the cover display very useful in interacting with the device from reading or sending instant replies to your notifications and taking selfies using the rear camera with the cover display as a viewfinder or a couple of Handy widgets. However, I feel for a cover display of this size, it could do with a little more functionality like being able to run certain apps. Not something you might do on the phone, but it’s nice to have.
Definitely, Oppo can bring it with software updates. You also get an always-on display on the cover screen. It has gorilla glass fire protection. Another cool feature of the cover display is the dual-screen preview. Say, for example, you hand someone the N2 flip to film or take a photo of you.
When folded, the Find N2 flip is a portable device that can fit into your front pocket. That is if you like front pockets. Flipped open, you have a standard size 6.8 inches device with the more conventional 20×9 aspect ratio, making it a slightly wider phone than the Samsung C flip. It features a 120Hz LTPO AMOLED display with HDR 10 plus and gets a peak brightness of 1600 nits.
Aside from being very customizable and feature-packed, it is also very smooth, much thanks to a well-optimized UI and its Dynamic 120hz refresh rate. Oppo has promised four major OS upgrades and an extra year of security updates for the Find N2 flip, this is great from Oppo and it’s nice seeing more Brands committed to longer software support.