Oppo Find N3 spotted in fresh renders ahead of launch

The Find N3 launch is just around the corner. But prior to its official Chinese release, a fresh leak has revealed the renders of the upcoming foldable smartphone, offering us a look at its design. So let's have a look.

Oppo Find N3 Renders

For those unaware, the Find N3 Flip has already been announced in the Chinese and Indian markets. Now, the Oppo Find N3 model is set to be released in China and globally on 19th October 2023. But prior to its official release, a render leaked has surfaced online. Looking at the leaked image, we can see the upcoming foldable smartphone in a Gold color variant.

Just a couple of days ago, the Chinese tech giant's Find N3 in the Gold color option surfaced in leaked live images. The image was shared by known tipster Evan Blass. The leak showcases the circular camera module on the rear with Hasselblad branding. We also get a look at the 6.31-inch cover display. The primary display is expected to be a tall 7.82-inch AMOLED panel that has a 2268 x 2440 pixel resolution.

Based on what we know so far, the device will feature a triple camera setup. This consists of a 53-megapixel LYT800 OIS primary camera, a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 32-megapixel telephoto camera. For selfies, it will house a 32-megapixel punch-hole camera. Under the hood, it will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. A large 4,800mAh battery pack will power this device, which will likely support 67W fast charging.


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