OPPO Find X teaser confirms 93.8% screen-to-body ratio

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Following the Vivo, another brand from China, Oppo is currently under work to release a new smartphone with an all-screen design. The Vivo NEX released several days ago with full-screen on the front, sporting the innovative elevating APEX front camera design. The Oppo’s upcoming devices, OPPO Find X is being teased since Q2 this year with a similar design on the front. The company officially confirmed the device back in earlier this month. However, more information regarding the smartphone only came out recently. From the latest teaser image published by the official weibo handle of the company, the smartphone has an incredible screen to body ratio.

OPPO Find X
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The official teaser suggests 93.8% screen-to-body ratio with the device’s incredible bezel-less screen. Even the Vivo NEX has only 91.24% screen-to-body ratio, which is considered the highest among smartphones today. So, undoubtedly, the OPPO Find X is a game changer. Unlike other standard bezel-less smartphones, the Oppo’s forthcoming device would not have chins on any ends. Also, the smartphone will feature curved edges, similar to the Samsung’s Galaxy S and Note series flagships. Even though the company announced the bezel-less smartphone with no room for extra sensors, there has not been much confirmation regarding the front camera and other sensor placement. Are we waiting to see something similar to the elevating module in Vivo NEX?

Apart from the unusual feature, the smartphone confirmed to be the flagship among the company’s Find lineup. The OPPO Find X will house the Qualcomm’s powerful chipset Snapdragon 845 under the hood, paired with Adreno 630 GPU. The device also will have 6GB and 8GB models, with at least 128GB internal storage. As the company already confirmed the display design, there is no more room for the rumours regarding a possible notch on the smartphone. The official launch date of the smartphone is set to 20th June, at Beijing.

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