The OPPO Find X would officially be unveiled in an event in Paris on June 19. So far, it seems to be a striking smartphone, manufacturers will have to push the boundaries of the display. We thought the Lenovo Z5 would be able to pull this off, but that turned out to be a blatant lie. However, as we discussed the flagship specifications of the Find X in an earlier, it looks like the company will be able to pull this off.
OPPO Find X Promotional Page Shows the Front Side of the Smartphone - Let us Hope the Company Doesn’t Disappoint the Public
Benjamin Geskin managed to surmise the screen-to-body ratio of the phone. According to his tweet, the Find X would have a screen to body ratio of 93.8 percent. If this proves to be true, then the Find X would have the highest screen percent ever seen on a smartphone right now and what is even more impressive is that the company is going to pull this off without incorporating a notch.
However, this raises a question about the placement of the front camera. OPPO may take inspiration from Vivo and place the camera inside the phone so that it appears through a motor mechanism when you fire up the front camera. Currently, the Vivo NEX has an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 91.24 percent, but the 93.8 percent screen percentage is certainly something that we will be looking forward to.
— Ben Geskin (@VenyaGeskin1) June 16, 2018
According to the pictures of Find X outed on the Chinese social networking website Weibo, the Find X has a slender chin and OPPO has said that the display is curved, meaning that the upcoming flagship could resemble the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. As far as the specs of the phone are concerned, not a lot of information has been released, but if you take a look at the leaked internals, they will be able to provide additional information towards what you are seeking.
We are just a day away from the official launch of the OPPO Find X and we will find out all about it during the unveiling, which is scheduled to be held in Paris tomorrow.
News Source: Twitter (Benjamin Geskin)