Replying to a tweet about how foldables smartphones break the stereotype of all modern devices being “all the same” or “boring,” Samsung (company’s SamsungMobileUS handle) called the foldable device “pretty ah-mazing.” Just that the device that at first glance looked like Galaxy Z Fold 3 was actually the Oppo Find N — the main competitor of Samsung’s foldable flagship. The fact that tweet in question came from Ryan Fenwick, a member of the global communications team for Oppo and OnePlus, made the things more odd.
For all the recent comments suggesting that today’s Android smartphones are “all the same” and “boring”, a little r… https://t.co/p7NZc3sdPK
— Ryan Fenwick (@ryanfenwick) 1648102468000
Replying to the praise Oppo Malaysia said thanks, tagging the SamsungMobileUS handle, “Ah-thank you! 😉”
@SamsungMobileUS @ryanfenwick Ah-thank you! 😉
— OPPO Malaysia (@OPPOMalaysia) 1648278947000
For those unware, Oppo Find N is a “book” style foldable phone, similar to Samsung’s flagship. Going by the specs, -it is largely a similar device. The Oppo Find sports a 5.5-inch outer display and a 7.1-inch inner display. It runs on Snapdragon 888 processor and packs up to 12GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage. The phone has a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, 50MP primary camera that is backed up by 16MP ultrawide, 13MP telephoto, and a pair of 32MP selfie cameras. Oppo Find N is powered by Android 11, offers 4,500 mAh battery, wireless charging and 33W wired charging
Oppo launched Oppo Find N at its Innovations Day conference in November 2021. The smartphone, however, is available only in China.