Phone Comparisons: Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2

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ind The Pixel Fold is Google’s first foldable smartphone, and it’s hard to deny it was inspired by some devices from OPPO. The Pixel Fold adopts a similar form factor to the OPPO Find N2. That’s why we’ll compare the two devices here, the Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2. Both of these devices adopt a horizontal layout when unfolded. They’re shorter and wider than Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold phones.

This does mean that the experience of using these devices is different than that of the Galaxy Z Fold series. The thing is, the Pixel Fold and OPPO Find N2 are considerably different devices too, despite the fact they have a similar form factor. We’ll first list their specifications, and then we’ll move to compare them across a number of other categories you’d expect. Let’s get to it, shall we?



Screen size (main): 7.6-inch Foldable OLED display (120Hz, HDR10+, 1,450 nits) / 7.1-inch Foldable LTPO AMOLED (120Hz, HDR10+, 1,550 nits)
Cover: 5.8-inch OLED (120Hz) / 5.54-inch AMOLED (120Hz)
Screen resolution (main): 1840 x 2208 / 1792 x 1920
Cover: 2092 x 1080 / 2120 x 1080
SoC: Google Tensor G2 / Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
RAM: 12GB (LPDDR5) / 12GB/16GB (LPDDR5)
Storage: 256GB/512GB (UFS 3.1)
Rear cameras: 48MP (wide, f/1.7 aperture, OIS), 10.8MP (ultrawide, 121-degree FoV), 10.8MP (telephoto, 5x optical zoom, OIS) / 50MP (wide, f/1.8 aperture, 24mm lens, OIS, PDAF), 48MP (ultrawide, f/2.2 aperture, 14mm lens, 115-degree FoV), 32MP (telephoto, f/2.0 aperture, 47mm lens, PDAF, 2x optical zoom)
Front cameras: 8MP (main display, f/2.0 aperture), 9.5MP (cover display, f/2.2 aperture) / 32MP (main display f/2.4 aperture), 32MP (cover display, f/2.4 aperture)
Battery: 4,821mAh / 4,520mAh
Dimensions (unfolded): 158.7 x 139.7 x 5.8mm / 132.2 x 140.5 x 7.4mm
Dimensions (folded): 139.7 x 79.5 x 12.1mm / 132.2 x 72.6 x 14.6mm
Weight: 283 grams / 233/237 grams
Connectivity: 5G, LTE, NFC, Wi-Fi, USB Type-C, Bluetooth 5.2 / 5.3
Security: Side-facing fingerprint scanner
OS: Android 13 / Android 13 with ColorOS 13
Price: $1,799 / CNY7,999 ($1,152)
Buy: Google / OPPO (China only)

Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2: Design

Both of these phones do utilize a similar form factor, with a horizontal layout when unfolded. The thing is, the Find N2 has smaller displays in comparison, and that makes it considerably smaller. It is noticeably shorter than the Pixel Fold, and also quite a bit more narrow. The Find N2 is thicker than Google’s offering, though, and much lighter. It weighs 233 or 237 grams (depending on the model), while the Pixel Fold weighs 283 grams. The difference is huge, actually.

They’re both made out of metal and glass, while the Find N2 also comes with a variant with eco leather back. Unlike the Pixel Fold, the OPPO Find N2 does offer stylus support. On the flip side, the Pixel Fold has an official IPX8 rating for water resistance, while the Find N2 does not. The two devices also look quite different, especially from the back, and when they’re unfolded. The cover displays are quite similar, but different in size.


Both phones have a centered display camera hole on their cover displays. The OPPO Find N2 also has one on the main display (but it’s not centered), while the Pixel Fold hides that camera in its bezel on the main display. Speaking of which, the bezels around the Find N2’s main display are noticeably thinner, which is another reason why the Find N2 is so compact. Both have a side-facing fingerprint scanner, and entirely different-looking camera islands on the back. You’ll find three rear cameras on both phones, though.

Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2: Display

The Pixel Fold has a 7.6-inch main display. That is a Foldable OLED panel with a 1840 x 2208 resolution, and a 120Hz refresh rate. That display supports HDR10+ content, and gets up to 1,450 nits of brightness at its peak. The cover display on the phone measures 5.8 inches, and it has a 2092 x 1080 resolution. It is an OLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, and supports HDR content. It’s protected by Gorilla Glass Victus, and has a 17.4:9 aspect ratio. It gets up to 1,550 nits of peak brightness.

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OPPO Find N2

The OPPO Find N2, on the other hand, has a 7.1-inch main display. That is a Foldable LTPO AMOLED display with a resolution of 1792 x 1920. That display has a 120Hz refresh rate, and supports HDR10+ content. It gets up to 1,550 nits at its peak. The second panel measures 5.54 inches, and it offers a resolution of 2120 x 1080. That means it has an 18:9 aspect ratio. That is an AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, and it’s protected by the Gorilla Glass Victus. That display gets up to 1,350 nits of brightness.


Truth be said, all displays on these two phones are really good. They’re all bright enough, sharp enough, and also quite smooth as a 120Hz refresh rate has been well-implemented. The viewing angles are not bad either, quite the contrary. The colors are vivid, and the blacks are deep, as you’d expect. They’re different in size, but you’ll be happy using all of them, basically. Even the cover displays are wide enough.

Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2: Performance

The Google Tensor G2 SoC fuels the Pixel Fold. Google also included 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM on the inside, along with UFS 3.1 flash storage. The OPPO Find N2, on the flip side, is fueled by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. It also includes up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 flash storage. They’re on an equal playing field in the RAM and storage departments, while the Find N2’s SoC has more raw power than the Tensor G2.

When it comes to actual performance, they’re not that much different. The Find N2 does feel a bit snappier, especially when opening up apps, and multitasking, but the difference is not that big at all. Both phones do a great job and offer consistent performance. The Find N2 does have more gaming prowess, though, so if you plan on playing graphically-intensive games, do take note of that. The Pixel Fold does handle games well, too, though. All in all, chances are you’ll be happy with the performance of both phones.


Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2: Battery

A 4,821mAh battery sits inside the Pixel Fold, while the Find N2 is equipped with a 4,520mAh battery. Do note that the Find N2 is a considerably smaller device, hence the smaller battery. How do they compare in the battery department, though? Well, your mileage may differ, of course, but for us, both did a great job. We were able to reach 7.5-8 hours of screen-on-time on both phones, on days we did not play games.

Gaming will, of course, negatively impact battery life, so do take note of that. Both phones were able to cross the 8-hour screen-on-time mark at times, and go above it. The thing is, the battery life will also heavily depend on your usage, and depend on which screen you’re using most. If you’re spending a lot of time on the cover display, you’ll get noticeably better battery life. All in all, you could get a completely different experience, but the battery life is not bad overall, not at all.

The Pixel Fold supports 21W wired, and 7.5W wireless charging. The OPPO Find N2, on the other hand, supports 67W wired, and 10W reverse wired charging. OPPO’s handset does charge a lot faster than the Pixel Fold, and it’s not even close. On top of that, the Pixel Fold does not include a charger in the box. OPPO, on the other hand, does, you’ll find a 67W charger inside the Find N2 retail box.


Google Pixel Fold vs OPPO Find N2: Cameras

Each of these phones has three cameras on the back, though they’re fairly different. The Pixel Fold has a 48-megapixel main camera (f/1.7 aperture, OIS, Dual Pixel PDAF), a 10.8-megapixel ultrawide camera (121-degree FoV), and a 10.8-megapixel telephoto camera (5x optical zoom). The OPPO Find N2 includes a 50-megapixel main camera (f/1.8 aperture, OIS, multi-directional PDAF), a 48-megapixel ultrawide unit (115-degree FoV), and a 32-megapixel telephoto camera (2x optical zoom).

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Google Pixel Fold

What about the end result? Well, both phones do a good job, actually. The Google Pixel Fold offers that contrasty look you’re used to with other Pixel phones. It has great HDR performance, and does a good job in low light. The OPPO Find N2 has been heavily optimized since launch, and the camera performance improved quite a bit. The images do end up looking detailed and punchy, but not too saturated or anything like that. Low light performance is also quite good, but not to the level of the Pixel Fold.

Both ultrawide cameras offer good performance, albeit not as good as the main sensors. The Pixel Fold’s does offer a wider FoV, though. When it comes to the telephoto camera, that’s an easy with for the Pixel Fold. It has 5x optical zoom, compared to 2x optical zoom on the Find N2. 3x should be minimum, as 2x is not that useful. Let’s hope that OPPO will include 5x or at least 3x with the next model.


Both of these phones have a set of stereo speakers included. Both of those sets are quite good, though we prefer the sound coming from the Find N2. It does seem to be a bit richer. The difference is not big at all, though.

What you will not find on either phone is an audio jack. You’ll need to rely on Type-C ports for wired audio connections. If you’d prefer to go wireless, do note that the Pixel Fold supports Bluetooth 5.2, while the Find N2 offers Bluetooth 5.3.