Oppo Find X launched in India, two color options available:- Oppo today has launched its most awaited flagship, Find X in India today. At an event held at New Delhi, Oppo announced this.
The flagship smartphone is actually one of its kind. Almost no bezel, separate camera module and much more. However, I find many important things missing. Let’s see what is present and what is not.
The Oppo Find X does have some amazing specifications under the hood. This new smartphone, however, redefines the designing strategy of the smartphone. On the top of the line, we have a sliding feature, which was dissolved back in 2012.
Oppo Find X – Display, RAM, Storage, Processor & OS
Although its a mixture of two design style, Oppo has done a great job. The Find X comes with a massive 6.42-inch AMOLED display. It has a resolution of 2340x1080p resolution. The device runs on Snapdragon 845 SoC. The processor is clocked at 2.8GHz. You will get 8GB LDDR4 RAM inside, which will handle your day to day work and all high-end games. For storing your data, you will get 256GB onboard, however, no SD card Expansion. The device will be a dual-SIM device with Nano SIM Card support. The device runs on Android 8.1 Orea with company’s own ColorOS on the top. You will get ColorOS 5.1 currently.
Oppo Find X – Camera & Battery
The rear camera will be dual-camera setup. One camera will have a 16MP f/2.0 aperture lens, whereas the other camera will have a 20MP f/2.2 aperture lens. However, Oppo skipped the everyone’s favorite 3.5mm jack from the device. The front camera will feature a 25MP camera for selfies. The device will come with 3730mAh battery and will support VOOC Flash Charge technology. There is now water or dust resistant certification on the device. The camera is a sliding camera. When you fire up the camera app, the camera module placed in between display and back panel pops up. Same happens when you want Facial Recognition.
Oppo Find X – Security
It will have a Facial recognition as a security. However, no fingerprint scanner is present onboard. I don’t know why Oppo did this, but Facial Recognition isn’t possible in the dark. And you have to rely on pattern lock or Pin lock. Typical Apple thing I would say.
Source: Android Authority
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