Oppo Find 9 launch delayed until next year, to be powered by Snapdragon 820 CPU with 4GB RAM


Chinese smartphone maker Oppo has for long been in rumors to be working on its premium flagship smartphone, the Find 9, and was expected to launch it soon. However, it now seems like the company is not launching the phone anytime soon. This news will be disappointing for those who have been waiting for the company to launch this smartphone.

Oppo Find 9 launch delayed until next year: Here's why!


Oppo Find 9 was speculated to make it to the market by the end of this year, but a new report coming directly from China suggests that the launch of the phone has been stalled for some time. Reportedly, the company does not want this phone to be launched with weaker specs than its competitors' flagship offerings.

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The Fine 9's launch has been delayed until next year so that the company could use Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset in the phone. The Snapdragon 820 will be Qualcomm very powerful mobile CPU which is expected to be made available soon. Hence, the delay in Find 9 would mean a better phone with even more powerful specs that might include 4GB of RAM and 21-megapixel snapper with 4K video recording.

So far, rumors have suggested that the phone will feature a QHD display of 2560x1440 pixels resolution, and will ship with Android Lollipop operating system. Though, the delay in launch might also mean Android Marshmallow preloaded on the device.

On one side, it may disappoint fans, on the other a few more months would mean a better smartphone.

SOURCE: Mobile-Dad

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