Now That’s Popping! Meet the Oppo Find X

Now That’s Popping! Meet the Oppo Find X

The company has confirmed that the handset will soon receive Android P beta soon. 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. The implementation is different from the Vivo Nex S but it achieves the same effect. This is a high-end phone with a Snapdragon 845, 8GB of RAM, a 6.4-inch curved OLED, and up to 256GB of storage.

OPPO has recently unveiled their flagship smartphone - Find X, which is drawing eyeballs all over the world for an nearly bezel-less fullscreen display with no notch. Since the pop up camera has several motorised moving parts, the practicality of such a mechanism is questionable.

Oppo has deployed flagship hardware features in the Find X. However, it would be interesting to see how consumers responds to the Find X given its high price. The phone has a huge battery of 3,730mAh and a 6.42-inch AMOLED display. The Find X one-ups that by shifting a portion of the top section up and down. It's heavier too, at 199g. The Oppo Find X comes with a USB Type-C port but lacks a dedicated headphone jack. The power and volume keys both reside on the right of the Nex, with an additional key on the left which fires Vivo's own smart voice assistant.

It features the pop up camera to compat the space for selfie camera with nearly bezel-less display. As for the cameras themselves, the dual rear cameras use a 16 MP and a 20 MP setup. Just open the camera app and it is slides out in about 0.5 of a second, close the camera app and the module slides back in the chassis. Oppo will be setting a new trend in the mobile app industry with Find X. In 2018 the smartphone makers were following the trend of incorporating the large screens into a smaller shell using a notch in the display.

The entire top of the screen comes off a little to reveal the front camera and the rear camera. This slider comprises dual camera at the rear end whereas one camera at the front end.

If you haven't already read all about this uber cool smartphone, not to worry, we will briefly tell you all about it, again. There's no in-display fingerprint scanner either. Then you want to take the phone in your hands, play with it a little.

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Extras: 3D facial recognition, VOOC fast charging technology, 3D selfie camera with AI, 3D Omoji, etc. Once you picked up the phone and slide up the lock screen, the camera system will automatically slide up, and the facial scanning sensor will scan your face and unlock the phone.

It sounds a little clumsy, but it works better and quicker than you make think. The only variant comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage which can be expanded further. Neither phone supports wireless charging, however. There will be on more version with 128 GB configuration but we have don't know the price for that version.

The partnership between Oppo and Automobili Lamborghini covers a broad range of areas, including product, design, technology, business operations, and marketing.

The Oppo Find X comes with the price tag of 999 Euros ($ 1,155/ Rs. 79,070 approx.) and will be available purchase starting from August in Italy, Spain, France, and the Netherlands.

However, it arrives at a cost. The super premium flagship smartphone is more expensive than the iPhone X.