Oppo is not a well-known name in Europe and North America, so it's surprising it would come out of the gate with such an expensive phone.
Earlier this month, Vivo launched the Vivo NEX flaghip smartphones based on the compay's earlier APEX concept that has an elevating front-facing camera module.
The device's pop-up section houses the Oppo Find X's sensors, namely the flood illuminator, an infrared camera, a ranging sensor, a front camera, and the dot projector for 3D face detection. Mechanical camera sliders could be the newest and greatest thing to catch on in the industry, at least it would so seem to be what Oppo is banking on with the new design.
The Oppo Find X is powered by the 2.5GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC coupled with Adreno 630 GPU for graphics, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of inbuilt storage.
Oppo is all set to unveil a Lamborghini edition of the Find X phone for £1,699 (about $1,966) with an imprinted logo and superior fast charging capability anyway.
The handset runs on Android 8.1 with Oppo's ColorOS on top, which could be a disappointment for some as it mimics iOS and some parts of Samsung's smartphone UI.
Unsurprisingly the Vivo Nex is taller and wider thanks to its larger screen, but it's actually slimmer than the Find X, measuring 162 x 77 x 8mm.
There is no fingerprint scanner on the phone as it exclusively relies on 3D facial scanning for unlocking. Yes, Oppo Find X is nearly a full-screen smartphone that you can still hold in your hand. The Find X's design is so space efficient that Oppo claims it has a screen to body ratio of 93.8 percent. Oppo Find X has a dual camera setup at the back a single front shooter in the slider.
The Oppo Find X comes with the price tag of 999 Euros ($ 1,155/ Rs. 79,070 approx.) and will be available purchase starting from August in Italy, Spain, France, and the Netherlands. To achieve that, Apple collected the front-side cameras and sensors and put them on a notch. The phone uses a motorized system to push the front and rear cameras up and down. The smartphone comes with a 6.4-inch OLED display (1080p+) with extremely narrow bezels. It offers 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The Lamborghini Limited Edition comes only in one storage variant - 512GB. There's also a Limited Lamborghini Edition that has 512GB storage, carbon fibre back, and Super VOOC Flash Charge, the cost of this Lamborghini Edition will be Euro 1,699 that is roughly Rs. 134,400.
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