Oppo Find X Leaked Teaser Indicates 93.8% Screen To Body Ratio
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Oppo Find X Leaked Teaser Indicates 93.8% Screen To-Body Ratio

Oppo Find X is set to be launched at The Louvre in Paris, France on June 19.

Oppo Find X Leaked Teaser Indicates 93.8% Screen To-Body Ratio

In one of the teaser, Oppo promises to offer a “full-screen experience” on its new smartphone. According to some rumors, Oppo Find X is expected to feature a truly bezel-less display along with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.8%. If this rumor turns out to be true, Find X will become the first phone to deliver the highest screen-to-body ratio. Currently, Vivo NEX holds the record for highest screen-to-body ratio of 91 percent.

The Oppo Find X’s superior screen-to-body ratio was first detected in a product teaser, which was first spotted by Ice Universe. The teaser also suggests that Find X will have an edge-to-edge display along with a notch similar to Oppo R15. Apple popularized the notch feature through the iPhone X model, and later, it got followed by many other smartphone makers.

In another video teaser leak by Twitter user Bang Gogo, the Oppo smartphone is supposed to have bezel-less design and a notch at the top. Bang Gogo is the one who leaked the specifications of iPhone X prior to its launch.

In terms of OS (Operating system), Oppo Find X could run Android 8.1 Oreo with ColorOS 5.1 on top. Other than that, all the sensors will be embedded within the display; the technology first witnessed on Vivo NEX.

Oppo Find X is anticipated to sport a 6.4-inch display. The device may get Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM. The internal storage could be similar to that of Vivo NEX S, i:e,128GB or 256GB storage. Oppo Find X will have a periscope-style imaging system to achieve the lossless zoom.

Oppo Find X TENAA listing reveals that the smartphone will adopt the in-display fingerprint sensor and support for 5G connectivity. Also, the smartphone may include 3D facial recognition feature for unlocking the smartphone.

As far as the camera is concerned, Oppo Find X is tipped to have a dual rear camera setup with 20-megapixel and 16-megapixel sensors. In the front, the smartphone will pack a 25-megapixel camera.

To support the 6.4-inch display, Oppo may pack the smartphone with a battery big enough to keep the device going for a full day. A 3,730mAh battery will easily do the job along with support from Oppo’s VOOC fast charging technology.

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