Launched last year June 8, it’s one of the earliest phones to come with pop up camera and nearly bezel-less display as it joins list of Oppo’s flagship devices. Costing just £799 matches it as a real innovation, compare with the likes of OnePlus 7
Design and display
Havingboth curved front and black glass design. Dimensions of 157 × 94 × 9.4 mm, weighing 186 g. This design is a great shift from metal design known to Oppo, see Oppo F11 Pro
Having nearly bezel-less display and zero notch like the Galaxy S10 Plus, with narrower design that can fit into your pocket comfortably.
Available in Bourdeaux Red and Glacier Blue colour finish.
A 6.42″ AMOLED display with resolution of 1080 × 2340 pixels to give you that clear display you desire. Although some might say the display isn’t bright enough compared with other smartphones of 2019. But at 401 ppi, I would say it is clear enough. At 19.5:9 aspect ratio, means a full display.
OS and performance
The Oppo Find X runs on Android 8.1 . Powered by a 2.5GHz Octa core ( 4 × 2.8 + 4 × 1.7GHz), Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256 GB internal storage. No lag ensured and smooth experience.
Having dual 16 mp (f/2.0 aperture, 1.22 micron) and 20 mp (f/2.0, 1.22) rear cameras with LED flash for capturing low light images.
At the selfie shooter is a 25 mp (f/2.0 aperture) camera for brilliant selfie shots.
Oppo Find X has a 3730 mAh non removable battery with VOOC fast charging feature.
In general, Oppo Find X surpassed my expectations. It is truly a flagship smartphone. Kuddos to Oppo.