Oppo Find X comes with a whopping 93.8 percent screen-to-body ratio which is slightly higher than the one on the recently announced Vivo NEX which comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 91.24-percent. The Oppo Find X has one 16megapixel unit and another 20megapixel shooter. Oppo also calls the display a Panoramic Arc Screen, which combines two pieces of glass with the front display to create a panoramic view effect. Unlike many expected, the Oppo Find X comes with no display notch.
Powering the device is the same processor found in some Samsung Galaxy S9 devices - Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 - in addition to a respectable 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. It's powered by a 3,730mAh battery and offers two SIM card slots as standard, and it boasts fast-charging technology. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo.
It's also the first time Oppo will market the device in North America and Europe - potentially representing a new direction for the company as it seeks to move beyond a reliance on Asia. A stylish and premium Lamborghini edition of the smartphone will also be released but it is going to be more expensive than the regular version as it will cost 1,699 Euros, or $1967 Dollars.
Unlike, say, a Sidekick's flip-twist mechanism, though, or the slide of the venerable Nokia N95, Oppo opted to make the Find X's pop-out camera array motorized. The design-focused choices don't stop there.
Both screens here take up nearly the whole of the front of the device, providing a visually alluring spectacle. It's worth noting that the Find X ditches the 3.5mm headphone jack for the USB Type-C. It also carries Huawei-inspired AI-enhanced object and scene detection feature that tweaks camera settings automatically. For the front, it features a 25-megapixel front camera with f/2.0 aperture for selfies and video calling. Notably, the Find X comes with a mechanical slider that brings up the front and back cameras when needed and we could soon see the flagship reach the Indian market on July 12, as per invites being sent out to the media.
Oppo is also launching their version of Apple's Animoji, with the OPPO Omoji. As for the selfie aspect the device uses a host of other hardware to provide users with great shots including flood illuminators, a ranging sensor, and a dot projector. It is bundled with 3D sensors that support FaceUnlock just like the iPhone X. Both cameras are also supported with AI features. At the back, it features a dual camera setup having a 20MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture and a 16MP secondary sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Fast charging tech like VOOC might do the trick while we wait for the holy grail of battery charging: Fast, long-distance, wireless charging. During the launch event, the company says that the pop-up tests have been done to guarantee durability. To herald the return of their flagship line, OPPO has pulled out all the stops holding the event at the Louvre to bring an innovative, and quite handsome looking phone to market. Oppo will start shipping the phone in August.