Hopefully, the flagship phone will be launched here in Malaysia in the near future.
Oppo is launching a new smartphone later today, and it is going to be one impressive device, if the leaks, rumors, and all the teasers are to be believed.
After vivo introduced their NEX flagship smartphone, OPPO is stepping up with their own notchless all-screen smartphone that's named the Find X. The Oppo Find X is said to measure 8mm in thickness along with a weight of 186 grams. Apparently, a brief trailer was shown in China's CCTV1 last week that may seem to indicate that the Find X will implement a new design language.
There's now no word on the Oppo Find X price, and the release date is yet to be confirmed, but what we do know if that it'll make it out of China, with a global release, including North America, already set in stone. At this price point the smartphone will compete against the recently launched Vivo NEX S which also comes at a similar price.
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With OPPO setting up its launch event for its vaunted Find X phone in Paris, it shouldn't be too far of a stretch to realize that the Chinese company wants to step out of its comfort zone again.
Oppo Find X global launch: How to watch the live stream? A recent leak tipped it to be priced at over CNY 4,500 (roughly Rs. 47,500) in China. Evidently, the Find X may come with the 5x Dual Camera Zoom feature that Oppo showcased at the MWC in 2017. The Find X is the first premium phone from the company after the Find 7 device, which was released in 2014. Thanks to the cameras (and various sensors) being hidden in the motorized block, it allows Oppo to get an excellent screen to body ratio with hardly any bezels.
Phone makers have been tussling with several technologies in the past year in order to build the all-screen phone we've been dreaming of. We may have to wait longer for the answer.
But the notches on smartphones exist for a reason - the earpiece, front camera and sensors need to go somewhere. Let's move on to the specifications of the phone.