This iPhone X Killer Sports a Wild Motorized Camera

Oppo Find X the next to kill Apple’s notch

OPPO’s Find X brings an all-screen front and pop-up cameras, coming to India on July 12th

Huawei has its Porsche Design tie-in, so what could Oppo do but look to another supercar manufacturer to deliver a special edition.

Oppo Find X comes with a 6.42-inches AMOLED Full HD+ display with 2340 x 1080 resolution and aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 takes center stage, with the chipset paired with 8 GB of RAM and a healthy 256 GB of storage. The phone packs a 3,730mAh battery and supports quick charging as well. Switch on the camera app and the top of the phone slides open (you don't need to do anything manually) to reveal a dual camera on the back, and a pretty fancy 25 megapixel camera on the front that not only clicks wonderful selfies, it also works as facial recognition device... because in the quest for purity, the Find X has no fingerprint scanner either. Oppo will bring the Find X to North America and Europe, and, according to The Verge, the company will making those pricing and availability announcements soon.

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Oppo Find X did without cameras altogether.

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That front-facing camera will be needed each and every time you want to unlock the device, too. The design-focused choices don't stop there. The flagship possesses a perfectly symmetrical curved glass body at the back and the front. No headphone jack on this one, I'm afraid, and wireless charging is also absent. 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. Oppo says all of this happens in less than 0.5 seconds so that you won't ever have to wait. Up front, there is a 25-megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture for selfies and video calling. It also includes a 3D Structured light module, which can project 15,000 dots to build a complete 3D model of a user's face, with millimeter-level accuracy. The front camera AI also supports 3D emojis.

And on the back of it there is the must-have dual-camera setup with 16- and 20-megapixel sensors. The Find X, is indeed, an all screen and no bezel phone. The smartphone has a carbon fibre back, instead of the shiny metal back seen on the base variant, and the Lamborghini logo is pasted on the back of the phone as well as the fast charging adapter.

Atop Android 8.1 Oreo, Oppo has loaded the latest version of its custom interface, ColorOS 5.1. Now most people would find that inconvenient, but OPPO is hoping that its face recognition system - which is housed in the same motorized slide up portion - will be enough. There's no pricing information for North America yet, or any confirmation that the USA will be included in the North America launch for that matter, but European consumers will be able to pick up the phone for €999.

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