This year, the trend of the leading handset manufacturers are inclined to models that make up the notch on their screens, made fashionable by the iPhone X.
However, there are those who refuse to follow the trend: Oppo has just presented its new Find X, which, in addition to omitting the front tab and offering 93.8% screen coverage, surprises with a design decision that has to do with with the optical section, as you can see in these images of The Verge.
Unlike the Nex S, all the Find X optics are located in a retractable module, which opens in 0.5 seconds when any of the cameras is activated.
Its front camera is 25 megapixels with 3D facial recognition technology, while on the back it sports a dual camera with 16 and 20 megapixel sensors. When they are not used, the module is hidden.
On the other hand, the Find X boasts curved edges, much like the Samsung Galaxy S9, on a 6.4-inch OLED screen with 1080p resolution. Its elegant body is made of glass.
In terms of performance, it has everything we could expect from a high-end: Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB in RAM, up to 256GB of internal storage and a 3730mAh battery with fast charging.
It runs with Android 8.1 Oreo and has the Color OS 5.1 customization layer, which takes some ideas from iOS and Samsung’s applications on Android.
According to Oppo, the Find X will be the first team of the brand that will arrive in North America and Europe, because until now they were only sold in China, India, the Philippines and other countries in Asia.
At the moment, the price and availability of Find X in America is unknown, although it can already be purchased in China.