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OPPO Find N3 tipped to have Dual Larger Displays

According to tipsters, the upcoming Oppo Find N3 will be equipped with high-resolution displays on both the inner and outer sides. Oppo isn’t a new player in the foldable smartphone game. This is their 3rd generation of foldable phones. Oppo brings a new form factor in a foldable smartphone shape. Now this rumored Oppo Find N3 also got the same form factor as its predecessors.

A reliable tipster Digita Chat Station, on Weibo, a Chinese social media platform, shared some display specifications of Oppo Find N3. According to his tips, Oppo Find N3 will come equipped with higher-resolution displays. The aspect ratio of the inner display was tipped to be 20:9.

The inner large 7.82″ display was mentioned to have a resolution of 2268x2440p. Its predecessor, OPPO Find N2 offers a 7.1-inch 1792 x 1920p resolution inner display. So there is both a size and resolution bump in the next Gen device. Also, this will be the highest PPI display foldable phone in the market when it will launch. We also expect OPPO to use E6 AMOLED displays on both sides as Xiaomi Mix Fold 3.

digital chat station tips the display specifications of oppo find n3
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The outer display also got bigger, according to his tip. The outer display size is increased from 5.54 inches to 6.31 inches. There is also a resolution upgrade to keep the sharpness there. The outer display was tipped to have a resolution of 2484 x 1116.

The 3rd generation OPPO foldable also gets upgraded RAM and Storage upgrade. The upcoming Oppo Find N3 will have the latest LPDDR 5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. Many Chinese smartphones currently offer a 24GB RAM option. So it’s possible that OPPO bring a 24GB RAM variant. The 1TB variant will be there according to Chat Station.

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Muhammad Minhaz

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