Oppo Find X sports a bezel-free design with pop-up cameras

Details of the OPPO Find X revealed

Details of the OPPO Find X revealed

Although, this phone actually puts all its cameras on the pop-up mechanism.

In fact, the phone is rumoured to have a whopping 93.8 percent screen-to-body ratio, which is even higher than the recently launched Vivo Nex. Like most modern handsets, the Find X will have a dual camera setup on the rear, featuring 16MP and 20MP sensors. Oppo today is ready to reveal what it's been working on - the Find X. The Oppo Find X is the company's new flagship smartphone which packs a slew of clever design ideas to achieve a truly bezel-less screen which doesn't have a piece of bezel intruding your view at the top. The Oppo Find X is said to measure 8mm in thickness along with a weight of 186 grams. Some slight variations in price are also possible. The Find X will be available for preorder in China on Tuesday and should call less than similar Android phones. There is also a Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition Smartphone with Super VOOC flash charge technology. Both the rear and front shooters sit in a motorised section up top, which elevates when the camera app is opened. Going back to the screen of this device, the 6.4-inch display is using a curved OLED panel with a full-HD+ resolution.

OPPO has finally launched a new Find-series flagship smartphone that is long due. O-Face builds a face map projecting 15,000 light points on the face with the map stored in their Trusted Execution Environment for security and uses a "3D Structured Light module" which includes flood illuminator and IR Camera to let you unlock your phone even in low-light. The phone is likely to launch in two colour options - Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue.

There's also AI scene recognition which can identify 21 different scenarios, automatically adjusting the camera settings, giving you better photos. The Find X is the first premium phone from the company after the Find 7 device, which was released in 2014.

Moving onto the other aspects, the Find X will likely sport the same sliding front-facing camera as seen on the Vivo Nex, but nothing is confirmed by Oppo as of now. Backed by a 3730mAh battery, it comes with Oppo's VOOC fast charging support. Users have to visit Oppo's official website to catch the live launch event.

Supplementing the performance of the SoC is 8GB of RAM and you have ample 256GB of internal memory incorporated.

The Oppo Find X price is €999 (around £870, $1,100, AU$1,500) for the 256GB model.

As for the price, the Find X retails for almost $700 in China, but when it is sold the US that price will go skywards very easily. Some say this phone looks like a Galaxy S9, but with less bezel, and we know that to be accurate because Galaxy S9 has a screen-to-body ratio of 83.6%. But at least Oppo did not promise us a bezelless smartphone.

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