In about fortnight’s time, Oppo Find X will see the light of the day at the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Chinese OEM has set June 19 as the release date of its flagship phone, which could feature breakthrough technologies, including Oppo’s Periscope lens that offers lossless image at 5X zoom. (हिंदी में पढ़े)
Oppo Find X Highlights:
- Rear-camera with 5X optical zoom
- A near bezel-less QHD+ display
- May rock mighty Snapdragon 845 chipset under its hood
- Oppo first Find-series phone was Find X903, launched on June 11, with the side-sliding QWERTY keyboard design
“As the premium series of OPPO’s smartphones, the Find series has always been known for its excellent configuration, pioneering innovative technology, and artistic design, providing consumers with all-round flagship performance and refined aesthetics,” said OPPO.
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Oppo Find X Specifications (Expected)
The Oppo Find X could be the first consumer-ready handset to feature 5X optical zoom lens on the rear camera. The most you can get on phones’ camera as of now is 3X optical zoom, but Oppo at the MWC last year showcased a prototype of a phone equipped with “5X lossless technology” aka “Periscope lens”.
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The Periscope lens can capture a lossless image of far-off distance with utmost clarity and sharpness. Further, the lens is backed by optical image stabilization (OIS) to get non-blurry photos even if your hands are shaking, which is crucial at the 5X magnification level.
Moreover, the Oppo Find X is expected to feature a bezel-less QHD+ display on the front and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, coupled with 8GB of RAM under its hood. It will also be equipped with 3D Face Unlock and VOOC Super Flash Charge technology.
There is no information on the Oppo Find X global availability as of now. But since Oppo India, Thailand and other counties have teased the phone more than once, we can expect its launch in these market as well. Stay tuned for further updates.