A new device from Oppo, i.e., the Oppo Find N2 Flip, has made its way to FCC. Earlier this month, Oppo unveiled the Find N2 series in China. The Find N2 series includes Find N2 Fold and Find N2 Flip. We had reported that the flip device would make its way to the global markets. The FCC listing confirms that the worldwide launch is nearing. The listing reveals that the Oppo Find N2 Flip will bear the model number CPH2437.
The device came in FCC with the ID R9C-CPH2437, revealing some key specifications. The dimension will be 166.2×75.2mm, confirming that the listed device in FCC is Find N2 Flip. The device will run on OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13 out of the box. It will feature batteries with the model numbers BLP971 & BLP969 and 3110mAh & 1190mAh batteries.
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Combinedly, it will feature a 4300mAh battery, just like the Chinese variant. However, the global variant will support faster charging, i.e., a 67W charger with model number VCB7CAUH. The international variant was also spotted in Bluetooth SIG, which reveals that it will feature Bluetooth 5.3. In the HTML5Test website, it scores 474 points out of 555. The listing reveals a display with a resolution of 360 x 840 pixels. It also matches the resolution of the cover display of Find N2 Flip.
The new Flip phone from Oppo also made its way to BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards), hinting about its Indian launch. To recall, it features a 6.8-inch OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The cover display is AMOLED and measures 3.26 inches. Underneath, it sports MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset. It features a 50MP primary sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor on the optics side. Upfront, both smartphones get a 32MP sensor. The pricing starts at 5,999 Yuan (Rs 71,300) for the 8GB / 256GB variant and 6,999 Yuan (Rs 83,200) for the 16GB / 512GB variant.
Source – FCC