We know that we’re just a week removed from OPPO launching the Find X on June 19 in Paris, France. But in terms of specifications and features, what should we expect from the upcoming top-of-the-line smartphone?
The rumor mill has toyed with the idea that it could have a dual-lens system capable of up to 5x optical zoom. There are also whispers that the OPPO Find X will be outfitted with the company’s next-gen Super VOOC technology, which can charge a 2,500mAh battery from zero to full in just 15 minutes.
None of these details we can confirm at this point, but we can expect a powerhouse of a phone with more than enough RAM and built-in storage to satisfy anyone in the market for a premium purchase.
Earlier, OPPO released a poster teasing the Find X and revealing some of the internal specs it will come with. Most notably, the handset, as many in the tech community had predicted, will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset backed by up to 8GB RAM and 256GB memory.
The Vivo NEX will reportedly debut with similar internals. Vivo is a subsidiary of the same big Chinese conglomerate that owns OPPO and OnePlus.
Another official promotional material for the OPPO Find X hinted that it could sport a dual-curved screen that blends into the edges of the device, similar to how the AMOLED displays on the Samsung Galaxy S9 series and Galaxy Note 8 curve toward their bodies. Just last week, it was reported that OPPO had ordered flexible OLED panels from Samsung’s display division.
OPPO Find X: Could it sport a dual-curved screen, just like the ones on the Samsung Galaxy S9 series and Galaxy Note 8?
The TENAA listing of the OPPO Find X reveals other specs, such as a dual-camera system with 20- and 16-megapixel sensors and a 25-megapixel camera on the front for selfies. The Chinese certification authority’s online database has also confirmed that the phone will arrive with a 6.4-inch OLED screen; a 3,645mAh battery; and Android 8.1 Oreo.
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