Oppo presented an interesting smartphone Oppo Find X. The phone is distinguished by the lack of indentation in the screen...
The introduction is maybe a bit jocular, but it's really nice to see a smartphone with a slightly different, even slightly innovative design. Oppo Find X has a screen that covers almost the entire front of the device. We can’t see neither a front nor a rear camera on the casing - although there are three. The front - single - and dual, rear camera are mounted in a drawer that protrudes from the top of the housing. A mechanically extending element may be a source of problems in the future - after all, this is another thing that may fail - but undoubtedly it looks extremely effective.
In addition, cameras are very decent. The front has 25, and the rear - 16 + 20 megapixels. Interestingly, the front camera is also responsible for protecting access to the phone, enabling face recognition. And it is the only security, in Oppo Find X we will not find a fingerprint reader. The manufacturer convinces that face recognition in the O-Face system, using the identification of 15 thousand face points are 20 times more reliable protection than a classic reader.
Oppo Find X has a 6.4-inch OLED Full HD+ screen, occupying over 92% of the front panel. Under the screen works Snapdragon 845 supported by 8 GB of RAM and powered by a 3730 mAh battery with fast VOOC charging. The internal memory is 256 GB, and all are managed by the Android 8.1 Oreo system with the Color OS 5.1 interface. There are two housing colours to choose from: Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue. The smartphone will be on sale from August, at a price of 999 euro. For the wealthier - there will be a version inspired by Lamborghini cars, for only 1699 euro.
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