Oppo Find 9 Seemingly Leaked: Is this really the smartphone of the future?

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    The Find 7 was one of 2014's most promising smartphones. Produced by Oppo, and designed to battle with Samsung's Galaxy S5, the HTC One M8 and the Apple iPhone 5S. The Find 7 aimed to deliver high-end specs and a superior design. Sadly, though, the company somehow failed to make an emotional connect with potential buyers.

    So, what's next for Oppo? According to rumours, Oppo may launch the successor to the Find 7 in the first half of 2015. The Chinese company expected to reveal its pretty new Find 9 phone in the coming months, but picture of the device are everywhere today.

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    Oppo Find 9 Seemingly Leaked: Is this really the Phone of the future?

    The alleged picture is the most recent, and perhaps most thorough, look at the Find 9. The first thing you notice about the Find 9 is the animal skin prints on the device. Well, that could mean that the upcoming device would have a removable back cover, although the exact details are still unknown.

    What's more, according to the leaked shot, there appears to be a power button or a fingerprint sensor on the rear back of the device. To be honest, it is definitely hard to tell from the leaked image.

    The image also hints at the dual-camera setup on the rear back. HTC has been putting the dual-camera setup on the back of some of its models, including the HTC One M8, and the forthcoming HTC One M9+. Just recently, Huawei launched the Honor 6 Plus with the dual-camera setup.

    Specs of the Find 9 is expected to include a Snapdragon 810 processor, Quad HD display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, and Android 5.0 Lollipop.

    Of course there are still a number of juicy details to find out about the new Find 9. There's no word on when and if Oppo is planning to release the Find 9, once we hear any new details regarding the smartphone, we'll report right back to you.

    Source - Path


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