OPPO's first foldable phone has been certified, might use an in-house image sensor
We've been hearing a lot about OPPO's first foldable smartphone as the company is expected to drop one this month. From what we know now, the device could call OPPO Find N. Today, its certification with the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has been found, which hints at the launch in no time.
A well-known tipster has discovered the certification of a new phone with model number 'PEUM00' and stated that the device is none other than the OPPO's first foldable phone. According to the previous rumours, the device would still come with either Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 or 888+ rather than the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. However, since it's not here yet, anything is still possible.
Furthermore, it is also said that the device will be using the company's first-ever self-developed image chip alongside a custom 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor. Therefore, we can expect something different in photography compared to OPPO's previous phones. It could also arrive with a 2K LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate.
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