OPPO launched the all-screen Find X last year in many markets to show-off their R&D chops and received mostly positive feedback for the slide-out mechanism. Now, it seems the Chinese firm is looking to launch yet another flagship device with more innovative features which could be called the Find Z, as the name was recently spotted on the European Union Intellectual Property Office's website.
According to the listing on the EUIPO, the Find Z name was registered on February 2 and refers to a communication device. It should be safe to assume that it's a smartphone. Another listing of an OPPO flagship codenamed "Poseidon" featuring the Snapdragon 855 chipset was also spotted on Geekbench, and it could likely be the same device.
Based on some of the announcements made by OPPO recently, the Find Z could be one of the first smartphones from the company to make use of an advanced under-display fingerprint sensor, a periscope camera with up to 10x optical zoom and 5G capabilities. Additionally, there could be the presence of wireless charging as the Chinese firm is now a member of the Wireless Power Consortium.
Currently, it is difficult to predict when the Find Z will be officially launched, but we might see it in some form or shape during the upcoming Mobile World Congress at the end of the month. The company is also expected to announce its foldable smartphone at the event.