Oppo Find N2 Flip review – a slick foldable smartphone that offers flagship quality


The Oppo Find N2 Flip is a worthy choice in the flagship and foldable category thanks to its slick design and excellent features. This device really validates Oppo as a world-class brand that can produce a world-class device.

Oppo has entered flagship territory with the release of its new Find N2 Flip foldable smartphone and it’s now rubbing shoulders with Samsung the world’s number one manufacturer.

The Oppo Find N2 Flip looks a lot like Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 – but in many ways it is better.

Oppo has been working on this technology for the last four years. It goes on sale on March 16 and is priced at $1,499.

Tech Guide has been using the device for a couple of weeks as our daily driver and have found it to be a fun device that offers solid performance.


The Oppo Find N2 Flip has a slick design with polished aluminium sides and a fingerprint-resistant glass cover.

The hinge has a micro-etched wave pattern and features the Oppo logo.

When unfolded users have access to an impressive 6.8-inch display and the crease is hardly visible.

The Flexion Hinge is made from aircraft-grade high-strength steel and polymer to keep it thin but still strong and sturdy.

Oppo has done a great job with its hinge which, when opened, is virtually flat and hardly detectable even when you run your finger along the display.

It’s hard to see the crease even when the screen is blacked out.

And when it’s closed it closes completely flat unlike Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip4 which has a gap near the hinge.

The hinge has been tested to work for more than 400,000 folds – that’s the equivalent of opening and closing the device 100 times a day for 10 years.

Over the years, smartphone users have demanded larger displays and at the same time have said they don’t want to carry around large devices.

The Oppo Find N2 Flip presents the ideal solution with its 6.8-inch display that literally folds in half when you’ve finished using it.

But even in the folded position the front 3.26-inch display allows users to still get a lot done including making and answering calls, responding to text messages, taking photos and videos, making tap payments, checking the weather, accessing a timer and a voice recorder.

Word from Oppo is that Spotify is looking to develop a widget for the front screen so you can access and control your music.

On the right edge are volume controls and a fingerprint reader.


The Oppo Find N2 Flip is running the ColorOS13 operating system and offers a clean layer above Android 13.

The Oppo Find N2 Flip is powered by an 8-core MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chip.

We found the device to be smooth and snappy when its folded and unfolded and switching between apps was instant.


On the camera side, the Find N2 Flip has a 50-megapixel main camera and an 8-megapixel wide angle camera along with a 32-megapixel front camera.

Images captured with the device are bright and sharp and videos also look impressive.

The main 50-megapixel camera includes the large Sony IMX890 sensor with an f/1.8 lens.

Shot taken with the Oppo Find N2 Flip

Oppo has partnered with legendary camera manufacturer Hasselblad once again to deliver an impressive imaging experience.

The device can capture pro-grade colours and includes a Professional Mode so you can really take control of your images.

It can also capture crisp 4K video even in low light.

Selfie with the Oppo N2 Flip taken in Barcelona

And the foldable form factor gives users the option of holding the phone part-folded like a traditional camcorder for even steadier grip.

Another cool feature is the ability to turn on the outside screen so your subject can see themselves in the frame and get an idea of what the photo or video will look like.


The Oppo Find N2 Flip has a 4,200mAh battery that’s split between two cells on either side of the hinge.

We used the Find N2 Flip as our daily driver for the last two weeks and found the battery got us through an entire day.

It doesn’t have the longevity of the iPhone or Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, but it did get us to the end of the day.

But with a 4,200mAh capacity we did expect more.

But the great thing about the Oppo foldable smartphone is the fact that it comes with a charger and cable.

And not just any old charger – its the 44W SUPERVOOC PD (power delivery).

It delivers fast charging so when it’s time to charge you can go from zero to 50 per cent charge in just 23 minutes and 100 per cent in less than an hour.


The Oppo Find N2 Flip is priced at $1,499 which puts it squarely in the flagship range.

That’s also the same price as the same Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4.

It is available in Astral Black and Moonlight Purple and goes on sale this week through JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman.


The Oppo Find N2 Flip is a worthy choice in the flagship and foldable category thanks to its slick design and excellent features. This device really validates Oppo as a world-class brand that can produce a world-class device.