Geekbench confirmed some of OPPO Find N3 & OnePlus Open specs

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Recently, the OPPO Find N3 appeared on Geekbench, confirming some of its and the OnePlus Open’s specifications. Although they will have different names in various markets, the two phones will fundamentally be identical. The OnePlus Open will be sold worldwide, but the OPPO Find N3 is expected to remain a China-only device.

Some OPPO Find N3 & OnePlus Open specs have just leaked on Geekbench

Having said that, Geekbench verifies that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC would power the gadgets. Although that was sort of assumed, we now have solid evidence. Along with 16GB of RAM, this Find N3 model comes pre-installed with Android 13. The system will already have ColorOS installed on it, with OxygenOS on OnePlus.

The ‘CPH2499’ model number of the OPPO Find N3 first appeared. It’s intriguing that the OPPO Find N3 has been discovered on Geekbench. That might imply that the Find N3 will also have a global variant of some kind. It is not necessary, but there is a little possibility.

On Geekbench, the phone was able to achieve scores of 1,066 in the single-core test and 5,042 in the multi-core test. Be aware that, as is typical with such leaks, this could be pre-release software on the device.

There are also rumours of a 24GB RAM OPPO Find N3 variant

According to earlier information, the OPPO Find N3 would also be available in a 24GB RAM version. The phone is expected to have a 6.3-inch cover panel and a 7.8-inch primary display. 120Hz OLED panels will be used for both displays.

Additionally, a 48-megapixel main camera, a 48-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 64-megapixel telephoto lens are on the tip. Additionally, a 4,805mAh battery and 100W wired charging were stated. We’ll see, but it’s unlikely that wireless charging will be available.

On October 19, the OnePlus Open is expected to go on sale, while the OPPO Find N3’s official release date is still unknown.

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