OPPO has made a statement with the Find X - they agree that big screens don't need a notch, and we're so happy about that. Oppo has had a pretty strong presence in the country with its mid-range offerings, and it will be interesting to see whether the company will see a similar positive response towards the premium Find X. "For its display, it has a 6.4" OLED panel with 1080p resolution. The display looks similar to Galaxy flagships, but slightly better due to the lack of bezels.
The front camera in the pop-up panel supports Face Unlock tech like the iPhone X with infrared depth detection. On the rear, there is a dual-camera setup with 16MP f/2.0 primary sensor, and 20MP f/2.2 secondary sensor.
We don't yet have U.S. specific pricing or availability, but that info should be coming soon.
It feels like smartphone innovation has taken a real step forward with the introduction of the Vivo Nex and Oppo Find X. Oppo is calling them "Bordeaux Red" and "Glacier Blue", and saying they shimmer like a "precious gemstone". As such, you will not find a traditional fingerprint reader on this device. Your eye shouldn't be distracted, either, but gaps or holes. The display has an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and pixel density of 401 ppi. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details! Some of you might already be raising an eyebrow, but OPPO states that the mechanism is quite durable, tested in its labs and rated for at least 300,000 actuations.
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To get there, pop-out cameras are one idea that appear to be catching on. The Find X is compatible with two SIM cards as well. The smartphone is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 845 SoC with Adreno 630 GPU and 8GB RAM. It comes with VOOC fast charging. No headphone jack on this one, I'm afraid, and wireless charging is also absent.
However, instead of 30,000 dots projected onto a user's face, the Find X projects 15,000 dots. That's then analyzed to identify the user's unique facial features. It's not just the front-facing camera. The Oppo calls it 3D Omoji. Hopefully it'll err on the side of realism rather than some of the more aggressive "beauty modes" we've seen on other recent smartphones. It all runs on Android 8.1, with Oppo's ColorOS 5.1 skin on top. We've got the answer for you right here. It even comes with accessories that reflect Lamborghini's branding. Oppo claims that O-Face Recognition is 20 times safer than fingerprint recognition for unlocking the phone. While Huawei has their own Porsche Design smartphone, OPPO has also announced a new collaboration with Supercar maker, Lamborghini. However, the speed in this case isn't about the processor, but the charging.
The Find X Lamborghini Edition comes with a 3,400mAh battery and it will take 220 minutes to charge on a standard 5V 1A brick, while a common 5V 2A charger takes 135 minutes. Oppo will bring the Find X to North America and Europe, and, according to The Verge, the company will making those pricing and availability announcements soon.