we compare every detail to understand their differences

The time has come to make a direct comparison between two of the most disturbing smartphones that have been presented in recent years: the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 vs. the Oppo Find N2 Flip.

Two of the highest-end folding screen terminals on the market, with an identical form factor that reminds us of the classic clamshell phones that were common before the birth of the smartphone, but that have very robust technical specifications that justify their price. .

When Samsung introduced us to the Galaxy Z Flip 4, the maximum conclusion we reached in our FW Labs is that it was the most refined and complete generation with the utmost attention to detail that the company had achieved to date, with this device that It was more than ideal for content creators for digital platforms and social networks.

The general impression for most users in the mobile community is that with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 the ultimate device of its kind had finally been designed.

But it was then that the Oppo Find N2 Flip arrived with the same form factor but some very interesting changes in its design that fully planted a duel between the two devices.

So the time has come to compare them in depth to be clear about their main differences.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 vs. Oppo Find N2 Flip

To start this joint analysis, the most sensible thing to do is to take as a starting point a comparative table of the technical specifications of both models.

In this way, we can visualize more clearly in which points they are most similar and where the most important differences lie, which we will address below:

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

Oppo Find N2 Flip


Unfolded: 165.2 x 71.9 x 6.9mm

Folded: 84.9 x 71.9 x 17.1mm

Unfolded: 166 x 75 x 7.4mm

Folded: 85 x 75 x 16.02mm


187 grams

191 grams

Screen size

Main: 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED (1 to 120Hz)

External display: 1.9-inch Super AMOLED

Main: 6.8-inch AMOLED, 1 to 120 Hz

External screen: 3.26-inch AMOLED

screen resolution

Main: 2640 × 1080 pixels

External display: 512 x 260 pixels

Main: 2520 × 1080 pixels

External display: 720 x 382 pixels


Android 13 with ONE UI 5

Android 13 with ColorOS 13


128GB, 256GB, 512GB


microSD slot




Purple Bora, Graphite, Pink gold, Blue, Custom Edition

Astral Black, Moonlit Purple


Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1

MediaTek Dimension 9000+





Main rear: dual 12MP wide lens, 12MP ultrawide

Front: 10MP ultra-wide angle

Rear main: 50MP main, 8MP wide

Front: 32MP


4K@60FPS, 1080p@240fps, 720p@960fps, HDR10+

4K@30FPS, 1080p@240fps, 720p@960fps

bluetooth version






Fingerprint sensor

yes it is side

yes it is side






25W fast charge

10W fast wireless charging

4.5W reverse wireless charging (Wireless PowerShare)


44W SuperVOOC fast charging


Purple Bora, Graphite, Pink gold, Blue, Custom Edition

Astral Black, Moonlit Purple

As we can see, there are a lot of commonalities between the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and the Oppo Find N2 Flip. Perhaps the most obvious difference, which stands out in the photographs themselves, is the exterior screen.

Oppo’s is bigger but despite the size differences, the functionality is basically the same: They don’t run any apps and both screens operate widgets, such as a timer, calendar, weather and display notifications.

Both displays work well as viewfinders to observe the photos taken with the main lens, although Oppo’s is designed for captures in portrait format. It will depend on each user and the type of content they generate what works best for them.

Both models allow multitasking functions to use two applications at the same time, but Samsung has a more polished interface in that regard.

The point of greatest performance is definitely in the design, where Oppo has great ideas but Samsung has implemented everything with greater detail and experience, making it more comfortable in many aspects.

As for the cameras, frankly the performance of both is very similar, especially in environments with lighting and normal conditions for video or image capture.

Due to the nature of the model and the technology, the sensors are far from high-end like the top segment of the Galaxy S family, but they are functional and stand out well.

The battery is slightly better in its charging times with the Oppo terminal, but Samsung’s phone is not so far behind that it is cause for alarm or to tip the scales.

In general, those are their differences.