OPPO Find X with triple camera, in-screen fingerprint reader leaked

OPPO wants to get back in the premium phone league.

By Vishal Kawadkar

    OPPO has been long rumored to be working on an ultimate flagship. The company trademarked the 'OPPO Find X' moniker back in April. Now, a render of the phone has surfaced revealing its front and back panel.

    OPPO Find X with triple camera, in-screen fingerprint reader leaked

    If the renders are to be believed, the OPPO Find X will have a notched display like the R15. The render shows that the device features almost non-existent bezels on the sides. But the bottom bezel will be thicker compared to the sides. The rear panel will have a vertically mounted triple camera setup and an LED flash.

    There is no fingerprint reader on either panel of the phone. This could mean that the device might have an in-screen fingerprint reader. This comes in line with the company winning a patent for the in-display fingerprint scanner. Other rumors suggest that the smartphone will feature a super-fast 15-minute flash charge and 5x lossless zoom.

    The mid-range segment is witnessing a fierce competition in the Chinese market. More and more OEMs are launching smartphones at a lower price with top-of-the-line specs. OPPO has managed to concentrate on its R, F and A series of smartphones in the recent years. The strategy has worked well so far in China.

    The company is due to launch a flagship product since the Find 7 launched in 2014. Rumors suggest that OPPO may release a Find series phone this year to target the high-end market. Since the Find X is said to be a high-end device it might come with the Snapdragon 845 SoC.

    Previously, the company announced that it would be launching a new sub-brand. It will exclusive to the Indian market in partnership with Amazon India. 

    The e-commerce platform Amazon.in also rolled out a "Notify Me" page dedicated to the new brand promoting the technology and design of the smartphone alongside the brand's after-sales service. As of now, there's no information on the devices the brand would carry, but the teaser hints at a smartphone for the local markets. The device was recently leaked ahead of its May 15 launch.

    The new move can be a part of Oppo's strategy to go head to head with Xiaomi who seems to have dominated the market by bringing India-exclusive products and exploring new distribution channels both online and offline.

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