It's been almost two years since OPPO's mold-breaking Find X smartphone was released. Now, the company is preparing to announce its successor, which will be revealed in a live event on March 6.
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OPPO's Find X smartphone has been made available in more regions since its debut in June. Now it looks like the device will be making its debut in Japan, with an event scheduled for October 19.
OPPO's Find X is a gorgeous device and packs a ton of power, but it seems the company is still not satisfied and is working on making it the first smartphone to include 10GB of RAM.
Chinese manufacturer OPPO revealed on Twitter that the company is set to launch its unique Find X smartphone in India on July 12. The phone features a pop-up slider system for its cameras and sensors.
The most intriguing parts of the OPPO Find X are its motorized pop-up cameras. In order to discover how they work, the handset has been dismantled, exposing the innards and the pop-up mechanism.
After making a splash last week, it looks like OPPO's latest smartphone, the Find X, will not be finding its way to the U.S. market. Plans to release it in Europe have not changed.
OPPO isn't going along with trend, instead opting to offer something different with its latest handset. The Find X features a notchless, near bezel-less display with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.8%.