Oppo Find N2 hands-on review: A lightweight Hasselblad foldable

Featherweight folding phone with Hasselblad branding launches with new Sony IMX890 camera sensor

A photo of the Oppo Find N2
(Image: © Basil Kronfli)

Early Verdict

On first impression, we’re happy to see variety in the world of folding phones. Oppo’s Find N2 may share some similarities with the Galaxy Z Fold series, but with its stouter dimensions, it’s different enough to stand out. We’re also delighted that the foldable’s cameras aren’t being neglected, with Oppo adding Hasselblad highlights to its Find N series’ solid camera hardware.


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    Lighter than an iPhone 14 Pro Max

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    Hasselblad Pro mode highlights

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    Compact design with few compromises

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    Screen crease less visible than the competition


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    Telephoto reach is limited

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    No wireless charging

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    Only the Flip version confirmed outside China

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    No IP water resistance rating

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2022 has been the year of Chinese brands taking the foldable fight to Samsung, and the Oppo Find N2 is the latest in a line of impressive two-in-one style smartphones that transform from traditional candybar to tablet with an unfold.

With a similar, horizontally folding design to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, the Find N2 is larger than clamshell phones like the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Find N2 Flip, the latter launched alongside the N2. Despite this, it’s still light, weighing less  than any other horizontally folding phone.

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Basil Kronfli

Basil Kronfli is a freelance technology journalist, consultant, and content creator. He trained in graphic design and started his career at Canon Europe before moving into journalism. Basil is also experienced in video production, independently running the YouTube channel TechEdit, and during his time at Future, he worked alongside the Digital Camera World team as a senior video producer.