OPPO Find X launching in Europe with Automobili Lamborghini Edition, too

OPPO Find X launching in Europe with Automobili Lamborghini Edition, too

OPPO Find X launching in Europe with Automobili Lamborghini Edition, too

As such, you will not find a traditional fingerprint reader on this device. That's because all three of the Find X's cameras are hidden in a pop-up slider that appears when a camera is needed and then disappears when it is not.

With that being said, one big plus with the Find X is that Oppo has finally deemed the United States worthy to receive its phones. But the Find X takes that familiar design and builds on it with the introduction of a retractable motorised panel that keeps the front-facing camera off the screen, eliminating the need to interrupt the area with a controversial notch.

The highlight here though is the Find X's 93.8% screen-to-body ratio, reducing the size of the remaining bezel at the bottom of the display even more.

While the sliding cameras (a.k.a stealth 3D cameras) look interesting, we have no clue how this mechanism works after a few months of usage.

Underneath that large screen there are the usual bits and pieces - a Snapdragon 845 SoC married with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.

Camera wise, it sports a pretty impressive 25 megapixel front-facing camera and a dual 20 and 16 megapixel camera set-up for the rear-facing cameras, which also sit in the top camera section of the phone - meaning no camera bump. At the back, it features a dual camera setup having a 20MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture and a 16MP secondary sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Rs 79,000. The Oppo Find X comes in Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue colours and will be available starting from August. The company will also be launching the flagship phone with a mobile carrier, giving the possibility that the OPPO Find X will be much cheaper to get in the United States market. On the software front, it runs Android 8.1 Oreo with ColorOS layered on top.

The Oppo Find X is an attempt to offer a full-screen phone without the notch. Oppo calls this technology - O-Face. There is no fingerprint sensor on the device.

You don't get a face unlock option though, as the selfie camera is tucked away in the body of the phone. The Find X, however, has taken Vivo's USP to another level. Fast charging tech like VOOC might do the trick while we wait for the holy grail of battery charging: Fast, long-distance, wireless charging.

It is powered by a 3730mAh battery featuring VOOC flash charge technology which can charge the battery fully in 35 minutes. We're now taking it through its paces and will have a review out soon.

Oppo also unveiled a Lamborghini edition of the smartphone. During the launch event, the company says that the pop-up tests have been done to guarantee durability. The power and volume keys both reside on the right of the Nex, with an additional key on the left which fires Vivo's own smart voice assistant.

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