Oppo, the Chinese smartphone maker is all set for the launch of its newest flagship smartphone the Oppo Find X in Paris on the 19th of June. Going by the leaked teasers and trailers, the Oppo Find X will be a flagship smartphone, which is expected to be priced similar to the OnePlus 6. In fact, some of the leaked specifications also hint that the Oppo Find X will have a similar design as of the OnePlus 6.
Considering the fact that, the smartphone is getting launched in Paris, it looks like a global launch event, and the company might launch this smartphone in India as well.
What we have learned so far
In one of the official teaser, the front of the smartphone was shown without revealing much of details or specs. The smartphone looks taller than usual smartphones, which hints that the Oppo Find X might offer a taller 19:9 or 21:9 aspect ratio display with a dual curve on both sides of the phone, similar to what we have seen on the Samsung Galaxy S and Note series of smartphones.
In terms of camera capability, the smartphone might have a dual or even triple camera setup similar to the Huawei P20 Pro. In fact, this could be the first smartphone to offer 5x optical zoom on the main camera setup. It is also speculated that the cameras on the Find X will be fitted in a Periscope style, which will lead to offering better image stabilization.
And now, a leaked specs sheet of the Oppo Find X confirms that the smartphone will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core chipset with 2.85 GHz clock speed and Adreno 630 GPU. This is the most powerful mobile processor from Qualcomm, which offers top of the line performance with awesome battery life, as it is built on the top of the 19nm FinFET technology.
The specs sheet also confirms that the smartphone will have 8 GB RAM (LPDDR4x) with 256 GB onboard storage (probably based on UFS 2.1) All these specifications are similar to the specifications of the OnePlus 6, as both brands are owned by BBK.
To conclude the Oppo Find X seems like a great flagship smartphone. However, as of now, there is no information on either pricing to make a solid statement.