Oppo’s Find N2 launched back in December, and now we’re hearing about its successor – the Find N3. There is a report that the upcoming horizontal foldable will come with a larger 8-inch main display with a 2268 x 2440px resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Referring to Find N2 and Find N, both featured 7.1-inch panels with 1792 x 1920px resolution.

There will also be two selfie cameras on the Find N3 – one on the cover screen and one on the main display. They will have a resolution of 20MP and 32MP, respectively. It will have a 50MP Sony IMX890 main lens with optical image stabilization along with 48MP Sony IMX581 ultrawide and 32MP Sony IMX580 telephoto sensors identifier L07D1W22.

The phone is expected to come with the latest generation Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and a 4,805mAh battery. However, the new leak does not go into specifics about the phone’s ultra-thin design.