OPPO introduced its flagship Find X and Lamborghini Limited Edition with an unique slider camera design at its global event in Paris last week. Today, as promised, the company has launched the phones in China, and also revealed the availability details, which is a month earlier before it starts rolling out in Europe. As usual, it is cheaper compared to the Europe pricing.
OPPO will introduce its flagship Find X smartphone at a global event in Paris, France later today. Now The Verge has posted hands-on impressions of the smartphone that reveals all the specifications. As rumoured, the phone features a pop-up front and rear cameras that are motorized, so it doesn’t have a notch for the 6.4-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen. It still has narrow bezels on the top for the earpiece. The phone also has 3D facial scanning system for biometric authentication, and will not come with a fingerprint sensor or 5x dual-camera zoom.
OPPO is all set to introduce its flagship Find X smartphone at a global event in Paris, France later today. The company has sent out invites for the launch of a smartphone in India on July 12. Even though the invite doesn’t say that it will be the Find X, the caption “Find what you have have been looking for until now” hints at the launch of the next-generation Find series smartphone.
Update: After a teaser OPPO has confirmed that the Find X will have a 93.8% screen-to-body ratio, which should be the highest on a smartphone till date. New images that have surfaced clearly shows unique slider design to hide both the front and rear cameras.
OPPO is all set to introduce its flagship Find X smartphone at an event in Paris on June 19th. Now two new OPPO smartphones with model numbers PAFM00 and PAFT00 have been certified by TENAA in China that will likely be the Find X since it has flagship specifications including a 6.3-inch Full HD+ AMOLED screen, Snapdragon 845 SoC, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
After rumors last month, OPPO has officially teased the Find X smartphone in India, Thailand and China. It has been four years since we had seen the last Find series smartphone from OPPO. Even though we heardrumors about the Find 9 last year, it did not go official. The company says that the Find X will be its futuristic flagship.