Oppo, the Chinese smartphone maker, has already verified that it will roll out Find X (its flagship handset) at an event in Paris on June 19, 2018. The firm has now disclosed that the soon-to-be rolled out handset will integrate new techs.
According to the rumors, the Oppo Find X will sport a setup of dual rear camera with 5 times zoom. This feature was first launched during MWC 2017. This function will employ a module that utilizes a periscope framework to redirect the light by 90 Degrees into a telephoto lens through prism. The firm claimed that this dual camera module has a thickness of 5.7 mm and is also 10% slimmer in comparison to conventional 2 times zoom.
The handset will also come integrated with Super VOOC flash charge tech that the firm displayed during MWC 2016. This tech is founded on the algorithm of low voltage pulse and is customized by the company itself. With this tech any handset with 2,500 mAh battery can be charged in not less than 15 Minutes.
Both the above cited techs will be present in the Oppo Find X handset. The handset is claimed to have an AMOLED 6.4-inch screen in addition to FHD+ resolution with a pixel resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The handset is anticipated to operate on Android Oreo Os and fueled by an octa-core chipset. The handset is claimed to arrive with 128 GB internal storage and 6 GB of RAM with support for microSD card. The smartphone will supposedly feature a setup for dual rear camera with 16 MP + 20 MP camera sensors and a front camera for selfies with 25 MP of power.
Previously this year, the company joined hands with Qualcomm for 5G pilot initiative. Post this, Oppo will be the first firm to roll out 5G-supported handsets by the 2019.