On the camera front, Oppo Find X features a dual rear setup- 16-megapixel primary lens + 20-megapixel secondary lens. Yeah, it sounds like marketing mumbo-jumbo, but just to put the things into perspective, this phone has an astonishing 93.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. Under the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM. With that said, a lot of the speculation can now be laid to rest as a new hands-on video has been released which showcases exactly what we are in for with the Oppo Find X.
Chinese firm Oppo is taking steps to make sure that we don't have to look at unsightly notches at the top of smartphones for much longer and also reviving the Find series of smartphones simultaneously with the Find X, a phone that the folks over at The Verge were able to get their hands on ahead of an official launch.
Is Find X the phone you've been waiting for? Some slight variations in price are also possible.
Oppo Find X specifications As per the report from The Verge, the Oppo Find X sports a 6.4-inch OLED display of 1080 pixel wide resolution. After all, the phone hasn't launched yet, and we're supposed to still be in the dark with regard to its design and specs. Instead it features a motorized system that pops out every time you need the cameras, or face unlock.
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It takes less than a second for the cameras to rise from the top of the phone, so it doesn't leave you feeling like you're waiting ages for the cameras to fire up. It will also automatically retract when you exit the app. The Find X is backed by a 3,730mAh non-removable battery and supports standard VOOC flash charge technology that gives 2 hours of usage time with just 5 minutes of charging.
The OPPO Find X will retail for €999 when it hits the shelves in Europe. In the case of the Find X, Oppo has used a 25-megapixel front facing camera sensor and what it says is a 3D facial scanning system.
On the plus side, the Find X is due for a global launch, which means it's already loaded up with Google's suite of apps - something the Vivo Nex is sorely lacking. Wireless charging is missing, though Oppo has included a fast wired charging system.
It also supports the Android P Beta program, allowing you - if you want - to try out the next version of Android before it's officially launched. That's about $1,156, £878 or AU$1,568. The handset will be going on sale in China starting today, and will be launched in India on July 12th. Some say this phone looks like a Galaxy S9, but with less bezel, and we know that to be accurate because Galaxy S9 has a screen-to-body ratio of 83.6%.