OPPO has finally made the new Find N3 Flip official on the international stage. Interested in getting to know more about it? Check out our unboxing and short hands-on.

The new OPPO Find N3 Flip comes in a similar box as the previous generation, only with a little difference in style and colors. Opening the box automatically elevates the phone itself upward, which is a nice touch to spice up the unboxing experience. As usual, the package contains the phone, manuals, SIM ejector tool, USB-C to Type A cable, 67W fast charging adapter, and free case. You can watch our full unboxing video on TikTok.


The OPPO Find N3 Flip is an evolution of its predecessor, the Find N2 Flip. While there’s not much difference in the design aside from the new camera module, there are plenty of upgrades hidden underneath.

Although the N2 Flip didn’t have issues with durability, OPPO still improved the Flexion Hinge on the Find N3 Flip as it’s now certified to last up to 600,000 folds. That’s a 50% increase from the previous generation’s 400,000. OPPO claims that this device can be used for up to 16 years if the user folds the phone 100 times a day. Opening and closing the N3 Flip feels so much better compared to the N2 as well.


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Even though it’s a flip, OPPO still got it an IPX4 certification, so it’s protected from accidental water splashes. In addition, it also has 25% more load-bearing strength, thanks to the new aircraft-grade stainless steel core.

OPPO Find N3 Flip folds neatly in half, transforming from a full-sized smartphone into a compact square that’s easily pocketable. When unfolded, it boasts a 6.8-inch LTPO AMOLED display that offers vibrant colors and sharp visuals. The 3.26-inch cover screen, although similar in size to its predecessor, offers plenty of new software tricks that can improve the foldable experience. Other standard inclusions on high-end smartphones like HDR10+ support, 1,600 nits peak brightness, 1-120Hz variable refresh rate, and 1440Hz PWM dimming are also here.


Unlike the N2 Flip, you may now use the vertical cover screen of the OPPO Find N3 Flip like a mini smartphone. With Mini Apps, you can read emails, send text messages, navigate using Google Maps, and even watch Netflix without needing to unfold the Find N3 Flip. There are numerous apps supported at launch with more to come as OPPO works with developers to optimize their apps for the N3 Flip.

Despite being a flip phone, the OPPO Find N3 Flip still packs a punch when it comes to performance. It’s powered by MediaTek’s Dimensity 9200 chipset, ensuring a smooth, snappy experience whether you’re scrolling through your social feeds or playing graphic-intensive games. The phone also comes with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, giving you ample space for all your apps, photos, and videos. Performance in day-to-day is great and it can even handle heavy triple A games. Unfortunately, there’s some throttling and heating up when it comes to playing Genshin Impact for an extended period. Let’s hope OPPO addresses it with a software update before it’s released to the public.


Probably the best highlight of the OPPO Find N3 Flip is its triple Hasselblad camera setup. The primary camera uses a 50-megapixel Sony IMX890 with f/1.8 aperture and OIS, equivalent to 24mm focal length. It’s accompanied by a 48-megapixel ultra-wide Sony IMX581 sensor with f/2.2 aperture and 32-megapixel Sony IMX709 f/2.0. The two lenses are equivalent to 14mm and 47mm focal length, respectively.


The upgraded camera system of the Find N3 Flip is a massive upgrade from the N2 Flip. With the addition of Optical Image Stabilization, capturing photos is now more stable and there’s likely to be blurry images. It’s also significantly sharper, with better color reproduction and contrast. Here are some sample photos we took during the global launch in Singapore.


OPPO Find N3 Flip comes in three striking colors — Sleek Black, Cream Gold, and Misty Pink. It’s scheduled to launch in the Philippines this October. Watch out for our full review later this week.

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