The Oppo Find N3 schematics, or at least one of them, have leaked online, and they reveals some interesting design choices. The device also features some nice specs, but not much more is known about it yet.
Oppo Find N3 schematics revealed
The Oppo Find N3 design has finally leaked, and it gives us some insight as to what Oppo is planning for their next major foldable device. Here’s the schematic itself:
The foldable will feature a taller aspect ratio display than the Find N2, and will also have a bigger inner display, rated at 8 inches, with a resolution of 2268×2440, which makes it almost 5K in quality, but closer to 4.5K. It will also feature an IMX890 50MP main camera, an IMX581 ultrawide that’s 48MP, and an L07D1W22 periscope sensors, which is 32MP. The front camera will be 20 megapixels, with a sensor we don’t yet know about. Compared to the Find N2, these sensors seem fairly similar.
The device should also feature a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, according to previous leaks, compared to the Find N2, which featured a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. There is also a mute toggle on the right side of the device, which leads us to believe that this will be a China-only device, with a OnePlus V Fold model released globally.