OPPO Find N 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G: Specs Comparison

OPPO Find N 5G vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G: Specs Comparison




OPPO has recently launched its first foldable smartphone, the OPPO Find N 5G. It sports 7.1-inch (inner) and 5.49-inch (outer) AMOLED displays, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC, and a 4,500mAh battery. The brand now has its entry into the exclusive foldable smartphone segment, finally giving Samsung some real competition. But is it better than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G? Let’s find out in a specs comparison.

OPPO Find N 5G specs:Samsung Galaxy Fold3 5G specs:
7.1-inch (1792 x 1920) AMOLED display, 270PPI (Inner display)7.6-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity Flex Display, 374 PPI (Inner display)
120Hz refresh rate120Hz refresh rate
5.49-inch (1972 x 988) AMOLED, 402 PPI (Outer display)6.2-inch HD+ (2268 x 832) Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display, 387 PPI (Outer display)
Corning Gorilla Glass VictusCorning Gorilla Glass Victus
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoCQualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC
8GB, 12GB LPDDR5 RAM12GB RAM
256GB, 512GB UFS 3.1256GB, 512GB UFS 3.1
Triple rear cameras:Triple-rear cameras:
• 50MP Sony IMX766 F1.8 (main)• 12MP F1.8 Dual PIxel main
• 16MP Sony IMX481 F2.2 (ultrawide)• 12MP F2.2 Ultra-wide
• 13MP F2.4 (telephoto)• 12MP F2.4 Telephoto, Dual OIS
32MP IMX615 F2.4 front camera (Inner display)4MP F1.8 Under display camera
32MP IMX615 F2.4 front camera (Outer display)10MP F2.2 cover camera
5G, 4G LTE5G, 4G LTE
Dual-SIM (nano)nano SIM w/ e-SIM
WiFi 6WiFi 6
Bluetooth 5.2Bluetooth 5.2
GPS, A-GPS, BeiDou, Glonass, GALILEO, QZSSGPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, Galileo
NFCNFC
Fingerprint scanner (side)Fingerprint scanner
USB Type-CUSB Type-C
ColorOS 12 (Android 11)One UI 3.5 (Android 11)
IPX8 water-resistance
S Pen Fold Edition (No Bluetooth, compatible w/ Fold3 only)
S Pen Pro (Bluetooth, compatible w/ S Pen supporting devices)
4,500mAh battery4,400mAh battery
33W wired, 15W wireless, 10W reverse charging25W wired, 11W wireless, 11W reverse charging
132.6 x 73 x 15.9mm (folded)158.2 x 67.1 x 16 ~ 14.4mm (Folded)
132.6 x 140.2 x 7.8-8.0 (unfolded)158.2 x 128.1 x 6.4mm (Unfolded)
276g271g
Purple, White, BlackPhantom Black, Phantom Green, Phantom Silver

Summary of advantages:

OPPO Find N 5G:

• Higher resolution main rear camera
• Higher resolution ultrawide camera
• Higher resolution telephoto camera
• Higher resolution front cameras (outer and inner)
• Slight larger battery capacity (4,500mAh vs 4,100mAh)
• Faster charging rate (33W vs. 25W)

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G

• Larger inner display (7.6-inch vs. 7.1-inch)
• Larger outer display (6.2-inch vs. 5.49)
• IPX8 water resistance
• Pen support

Display

The design of both phones is quite alike: they open up like a handbook to offer a larger screen. However, the OPPO Find N 5G is more compact with 7.1-inch (inner) and 5.49-inch (outer) displays. On the flip side, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G has larger inner and outer screens at 7.6-inch and 6.1-inch, respectively. In addition, the former has an AMOLED panel, while the latter has a Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel. What’s more, protecting their screens is Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.

Chipset

Both OPPO Find N 5G and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G are powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G SoC, so we can expect the same level of performance on both devices.

RAM and Storage

In terms of RAM, the OPPO Find N 5G comes with two options: 8GB and 12GB, while the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G comes in a single configuration of 12GB. Both have LPDRR5 RAM. More so, for the storage, both are offered with 256GB or 512GB of UFS 3.1.

Cameras

The two foldable smartphones have versatile shooters with triple-rear cameras but different configurations. The OPPO Find N 5G has higher-resolution cameras for both front and rear. On paper, the OPPO device looks better with its 50MP Sony IMX 766 main sensor, 16MP ultra-wide shooter, and 13MP telephoto lens. On the other hand, all three main, ultra-wide, and telephoto lenses of the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G have 12MP sensors.


 

However, talking about the cover screen and main screen front camera, the Find N 5G also has an advantage. It has a 32MP lens for the cover screen compared to the 10MP on the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The former’s main screen’s selfie camera stands at 32MP, while the latter only has a 4MP under-display shooter.

Take note, though, that these numbers don’t always equate to quality. We will provide proof of which camera is better once we test both units for comparison.

Connectivity and Features

All your bases are pretty much covered when it comes to connectivity, as both devices support 5G, WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, SatNavs, NFC, and Dual-SIM. For security, both devices also have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

Meanwhile, the Samsung foldable smartphone advances with its other features, such as IPX8 water resistance and Pen support. Indeed, these are all great features considering the large screen.

Battery

In terms of battery, the OPPO Find N 5G gets a slightly larger battery capacity at 4,500mAh compared to the 4,400mAh of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G.  The former also supports a faster 33W wired, 15W wireless, and 10W reverse charging. The Galaxy Z Fold 3, on the other hand, supports a maximum of 25W wired, 11W wireless, and 11W reverse charging.

Which one to get? 

Although both have similarities, it is worth noting that OPPO does a great job with its first foldable smartphone, finally giving Samsung some real competition. Further, the OPPO Find N 5G could slay in the camera and battery department. In addition, its more compact design is also a thing that some people might opt for.

However, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G is still a good choice for those who want larger displays. It’s also a plus that it has IPX8 water resistance and pen support.

READ: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G Review

We can’t compare them yet in terms of price as there’s no word yet about the Find N 5G’s local pricing and availability. However, it would be more attractive if it would come more affordable.

What do you guys think? Which foldable smartphone would you choose? Let us know in the comments.



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