OPPO Find N review: Everything is good

OPPO Find N is a folding screen product that gives users a different experience, is this a worthy competitor to the Galaxy Z Fold3?

After Samsung, OPPO has become the second brand to introduce a folding screen smartphone called OPPO Find N.
Let’s evaluate this super product from OPPO with QWOP.ONLINE to see if there are any outstanding features.

The first is about the ability to hold on the OPPO Find N model, the device is slightly heavier than the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G with 275g. However, OPPO’s folding screen smartphone brings a pleasant feeling and successfully deceives users because when using OPPO Find N, you will feel that the device seems lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G from Samsung. Besides, Find N still follows the design with rounded edges, so that users when using the product will not feel needy or too uncomfortable.

OPPO Find N review: Everything is good

Unlike some other folding screen smartphones, Find N when opened will have a screen with a square ratio, a shorter height than others, so when manipulating this screen, it will not encounter a “tilted” situation. ” going forward, now users will be able to operate more comfortably.

OPPO Find N is the first folding screen smartphone to solve the problem of wrinkles on the screen by using a teardrop-shaped hinge, which improves 80% of wrinkles on the screen compared to competitors. Therefore, when you experience the product at any angle, it is impossible to realize the existence of this fold.

OPPO Find N owns a main screen with a size of 7.1 inches, an LTPO AMOLED panel, a resolution of 1792 x 1920 pixels, a 120Hz refresh rate with a maximum brightness of 1 million nits. The machine has good display, floating, the border around the screen protector does not protrude too high to cause discomfort when swiping on this screen.

Usually for folding screen smartphones, manufacturers will equip an extra screen on the outside and a main screen when opening the device. But this may not exist on OPPO Find N, when the device has a 5.49-inch borderless outer screen, AMOLED panel, HD + resolution with an 18: 9 ratio.

With this screen, users can completely use all tasks such as surfing the web, texting, watching movies like normal smartphone models. The unfortunate point is that the external screen only has a 60Hz refresh rate instead of 120Hz like the internal screen. A lot of information suggests that the external screen has been locked by OPPO with the 120Hz refresh rate feature, currently I still do not have a confirmed answer on this issue. Let’s wait and see when the product is sold globally, there will be no difference.

In addition, OPPO Find N still has a few disadvantages related to the screen experience. The first is FlexForm mode on the product. According to OPPO, this feature will help the product fold and open in many different angles. However, the angles on Find N still cannot be as diverse as on the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G.

When the device is folded at low angles (under 30 degrees), the hinge will close itself instead of keeping it as on Samsung products. Second, when you are watching a video using the front screen and you want to use FlexForm mode, then the secondary monitor will turn off and switch to the internal screen. This problem is probably in the software, the sensor’s recognition level, in the near future OPPO may quickly fix this problem.

Besides, the machine still has some problems related to optimizing the software as well as the interface of the machine, typically switching between two screens when playing games, some default applications such as Files has not yet been redesigned….etc. Hopefully OPPO will be able to fix this and bring this product to global consumers. In return, the device still has extremely good features such as swiping in the middle to split the screen, using 4 fingers to minimize applications into extremely convenient mini windows.

In terms of performance, this is also the point that makes many consumers wonder when OPPO Find N will be sold in 2022, but the device is only equipped with Snapdragon 888 chip instead of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. There are two reasons. The reason why OPPO does not do it: Firstly, OPPO Find N (in particular) and folding screen smartphones in general have been identified by manufacturers as a separate customer file, which is the consumers who love the latest products. New technology, technology from the future.

Secondly, OPPO also stated that it took them 4 years of research with 6 different test versions to be able to perfect the current OPPO Find N version. Besides, Snapdragon 888 is still too powerful in the next 2-3 years, still more than enough to meet the requirements from entertainment, work, even the ability to play games on this product.

A little comment on performance, Snapdragon 888 is still more than enough to serve the common needs of users such as surfing social networks, watching videos, reading newspapers. I also tested the gaming ability of the OPPO Find N model, what made me extremely surprised was that after 20-30 minutes of playing games like Pubg Mobile or Genship Impact, the device did not have overheating like some other models using Snapdragon 888.

The device owns a camera system with extremely powerful hardware, a cluster of 3 rear cameras with a resolution of 50MP + 13MP + 16MP, providing excellent photography capabilities.

OPPO Find N is only equipped with a 4500mAh battery, enough to meet basic usage needs for a long day. In addition, the device is also equipped with 33W SuperVOOC charging technology, providing a fast charging speed of 55% of the battery in 30 minutes.

In summary, OPPO Find N still gives users quite new and interesting experiences. Surely this will be a formidable opponent of the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G. In the Chinese market, OPPO Find N will be sold in China with prices from 7,699 yuan for 8GB RAM and 256GB internal memory versions. The max option version will cost up to 8,999 yuan