Leading global smart device brand OPPO has officially launched Find N2 Flip, the style statement phone that the brand calls the “new standard for flip phones.”
“The OPPO Find N2 Flip smartphone boasts a stylish, pocket-sized design with powerful features and superior camera technology that is perfect for passionate purveyors who are inspired to express themselves with the best flip phone in the industry. We are very excited to empower those willing to push creative boundaries and embrace innovation with OPPO very soon” said Joanarc Sales, Head of CRM and PR of OPPO Philippines.
Launched in the Philippines on March 22, OPPO’s newest addition to its flagship Find Series is designed with the Tear Drop Shaped Hinge 2.0, offering users a Flexion Hinge Display.
The industry-leading waterdrop hinge is crafted using aircraft-grade, high-strength steel and polymer, making it incredibly strong and slim. The phone is built to allow for smooth folding and unfolding and an immersive viewing experience.
The OPPO Find N2 Flip can be used all day long with its 4300mAh large battery. Equipped with all-day staying power, this smartphone can be used for 20 hours of video streaming, 16 hours of social media, or 6 hours of video calls, perfect for people who want to live life to the fullest.
This statement device allows users to literally see the bigger picture. It is designed with a generous 3.26” cover screen, the largest of its kind, giving users more room to explore the phone’s outer display and functions.
The vertical layout offers intuitive and seamless viewing, while the screen is customizable with plenty of time-saving shortcuts. With its proven quality and TÜV Rheinland Certification, the OPPO Find N2 Flip offers no compromises with better quality and performance.
This smartphone lets users reimagine photography possibilities, all in a gorgeous and flawless design that you can pop into your pocket. The OPPO Find N2 Flip smartphone comes in two beautiful colors: Moonlit Purple and Astral Black.
OPPO Find N2 Flip retails at P49,999 in the Philippines.