Last week, OPPO managed to thrust itself into the spotlight by introducing its latest smartphone, the Find X, that featured motorized pop-up cameras. At the time, it was being reported that it would even reach the shores of the United States, potentially even receiving carrier support. Unfortunately, that no longer seems to be the case.
Speaking with Sascha Segan of PC Magazine, OPPO has chimed in, stating that the phone will not arrive to the U.S. It is unknown whether plans changed or if the U.S. simply wasn't a part of the device's initial rollout plans. Whatever the case, those in Europe will be happy to know that OPPO still has plans to make the Find X available there.
For those that need a refresher, the smartphone has a 6.42-inch AMOLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB RAM, and up to 256GB of internal storage. As mentioned before, the phone will have motorized pop-up cameras, with a dual camera setup on the rear, featuring 16MP and 20MP sensors, and a 25MP sensor on the front. While the motorized component might have some questioning its durability, it has been tested in labs and rated for at least 300,000 actuations.
The unit will also have a 3,730mAh battery, run Android 8.1 but will feature the firm's ColorOS 5.1. Pricing is not available but it should arrive sometime during the summer so keep a look out.