Oppo Find X is slated for an official unveiling on June 19 in Paris. Just yesterday, entire specifications of the handset were leaked. Now, a new tweet has seemingly revealed the handset’s entire front. In addition, a new screenshot was posted alongside the leaked image revealing the device’s system information.
The leaked images shows a full glass display with curved edges, which look rather similar to the current Galaxy S9 range of flagships. Now, this also falls in line with earlier reports that indicated Oppo has used Samsung’s Infinity Display OLED panels.
The leaked screenshot further shows the handset with 256GB of on-board storage and runs Android 9.0 with the company’s proprietary ColorOS 5.1 skin on top. But this seems highly unlikely because Android P won’t be available until fall, as the OS is likely to debut with the launch of upcoming Pixel handsets. Meanwhile, the full black display tips at Blue LED notification light at the bottom, which certainly seems different compared to other standard LED notification lights.
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Besides, another tweet about the handset hints at a new notch design on top of the Oppo Find X. The teaser reveals a bezel-free display with curved edges housed in a metal frame. The video also suggests a newly-designed circular notch that resembles a front-facing camera. Could this be Oppo’s take on a new notch design? We’ll find out more when the handset goes official on June 19.
As per earlier leaks, the Oppo Find X is said to pack a 6.4-inch display having a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. Under the hood, the handset will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 processor bundled with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage. While juicing up the handset is a 3730mAh battery.
In the photography department, the Oppo Find X will feature a dual-lens primary camera system. It’ll include a 20MP primary camera sensor with f/2.0 aperture and a 16MP secondary sensor capable of 5X lossless zoom. For selfies, the handset is said to come with a whopping 25MP front facing shooter with f/2.0 aperture.