Oppo released its new premium phone on Friday, the foldable Find N2 Flip. The phone launches with a price tag of RMB 6999 ($1014). The phone offers the Mediatek Dimensity 9000+ chipset, a built-in 4300mAh battery, a 44 W fast charger, and a dual SIM slot. The device’s main screen uses a 6.8-inch Samsung E6 OLED display with 2520 x 1080 resolution, supporting a 120Hz refresh rate and 1600nit brightness. Its secondary screen uses the BOE 3.26-inch display with 720×382 resolution, supporting a 60Hz refresh rate and 900nit brightness. The camera set includes a front 32MP camera (SONY IMX709, sensor size 1/2.74″), a rear 50MP main camera (SONY IMX890, sensor size 1/1.56″), a 8MP ultra-wide angle camera (SONY IMX355, sensor size 1/4″), and a video system comprising Oppo’s self-developed NPU chip MariSilicon X and Hasselblad. [IThome, in Chinese]