Details of the OPPO Find X revealed

The OPPO R11 was released a while ago

Oppo has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, the Find X, which follows some industry trends but deviates from others to attempt at offering something unique enough to capture the consumer's attention. Chinese manufacturer Oppo today revealed its new Find X, which shows Apple how it could eliminate the notch in style. Viewers can watch the live stream event below. Around front, there's a single 25MP selfie camera. This makes the smartphone completely bezel-less and the curved body is covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on both the sides. It is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC with Adreno 30 GPU.

The handset offers 8GB of RAM and comes in two storage variants - 256GB and 512GB. Talking about the camera capabilities, the Oppo Find X sports a dual rear camera setup with 16MP module and 20MP secondary module.

The front camera in the pop-up panel supports Face Unlock tech like the iPhone X with infrared depth detection.

The special version of the Find X includes SuperVOOC, which will charge the phone's battery to 100 percent in just 35 minutes. After a few companies like Vivo and a lesser known Doogee started experimenting with sliding formats, it became evident that the fastest way to a bezel-free phone would be to go for the hide+slide technique... and that's what Oppo (the parent company of Oneplus) is doing with its Find X. The special edition smartphone will have a textured carbon fiber back with a Lamborghini logo etched in, and also Super VOOC charging support out-of-the-box. Instead, users have to use the face unlock feature or enter into the camera app, when an entire offset section of the device is servo-fed up to visibility, showing off the two 16- and 20-megapixel cameras at the back and a 25-megapixel camera with a three-dimensional spatial sensor in front. However, its motorized design means that the Find X misses out on something that we've all taken for granted in today's phones: waterproofing.

RAM: The Oppo Find X comes with up to 8GB RAM.

Keep an eye out for our in-depth Oppo Find X review to see how the cameras stack up against the competition. The smartphone will come in Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue colour options. Oppo says the "Y" design on the box comes from the auto light found on the Lamborghini Aventador vehicle.

I've been looking forward to Android phones trying new things in design for a while now, so I'm glad to see Oppo making a bold move in that direction - and away from aping whatever compromises Apple makes with its products. Oppo uses the 3D Structured Light Technology to map out the nose, eyes, and other facial features, and "personalize your selfie" as a result. The fact that the phone supports global LTE bands and will be sold in the U.S. and Europe - a first for Oppo - adds credence to the fact that Oppo isn't looking for China exclusivity with the Find X.

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