Oppo, the Chinese smartphone maker, has already declared that it will roll out its flagship handset Find X at an event in Paris on June 19, 2018. The firm has now rolled out a teaser clip on Weibo disclosing some more information of the soon to be introduced handset.
The clip posted online underlines that the Oppo Find X will be fueled by Snapdragon 845 (the flagship processor by Qualcomm) along with 256 GB internal memory and 8 GB of RAM. Considering the description provided in the clip, it is quite obvious that the smartphone has all the specs of lately rolled out OnePlus 6.
Besides from the 5X zoom, the smartphone will also come integrated with the firm’s own charging technology dubbed as VOOC. This tech is founded on the algorithm for low voltage pulse and is customized by the firm itself. With this tech, a handset with a battery of 2,500 mAh can be completely charged within 15 Minutes.
The firm has already verified that the Oppo Find X will sport 5X zoom that was first rolled out at MWC 2017. This function will employ a module that employs a periscope framework to redirect the light via prism by 90 Degrees into a telephoto lens. The company stated that the dual camera module 5x zoom is 5.7mm thin and is also 10% slimmer in comparison to conventional 2x zoom.
According to the latest TENNA listing, the Oppo Find X is anticipated to sports 6.4-inch AMOLED screen in addition to the 2340×1080 pixels resolution and FHD+ display. The handset is claimed to operate on Android 8.1 Oreo OS with support for the dual rear camera.
On a related note, Oppo skipped 3 digits with its newest R15 Pro and R15 handsets, which are launched after the R11 series rolled out in December 2017. The Chinese handset maker has given no clarification for this bizarre convention in the naming system.