According to recent reports, Oppo is rumored to be working on its latest flagship device, the Find N3, which will be the successor to the Find N2 launched in December. Fresh Rumors about the upcoming Oppo Find N3 have surfaced today, with renowned tipster Digital Chat Station leaking key specifications of the device.
According to the leak, the Find N3 will feature a larger 8-inch main display with a 2268 x 2440px resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. This is a significant upgrade compared to its predecessors, the Find N and Find N2, which had identical 7.1-inch panels with 1792 x 1920px resolution.
In addition to the larger display, the Find N3 is expected to have two selfie cameras – one for the cover screen and one positioned on the main display – with resolutions of 20MP and 32MP, respectively. The back of the device is said to house a 50MP Sony IMX890 main lens with OIS, along with a 48MP IMX581 for the ultrawide and a 32MP sensor for the telephoto module bearing the L07D1W22 identifier.
Under the hood, the phone is expected to feature the latest generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a 4,805mAh battery. While the new leak mentions an ultra-thin design for the phone, there are no specifics available as of yet. It will be interesting to see what other features the Find N3 will bring to the table, especially given the high standards set by its predecessor, the Find N2.
The Find N3 is also expected to bring support for 50W fast charging, which is a significant upgrade over the 30W charging on the Find N2. The device will likely come with at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, with higher storage options possibly available.
Previous reports have suggested that the Find N3 will have an ultra-thin design, although no specifics have been provided on this front. It’s worth noting that the Oppo Find N3 is expected to be a high-end device, given its rumored specifications and the pricing of its predecessor.
We can expect to see more leaks and rumors about the Oppo Find N3 in the coming weeks and months, as the device gets closer to its official launch. Oppo has not yet announced a release date for the Find N3, but it’s possible that the device could be unveiled later this year.