The impressive Oppo Find 7 was the last we saw of the flagship Oppo Find series. That was way back in March 2014. Since then, echoes of a refresh have been regularly heard through the years but none of it has materialized. Now, once again those echoes have resurfaced and this time with a new leaked image.
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Perhaps the most intriguing and suspicious part of the leaked image is the triple camera on the back of the phone. No specification details of the same are available. Another clear aspect is the front screen that has a notch with the 'Find' wallpaper. Something more interesting is the exclusion of a fingerprint reader that suggests an in-display one. This picture has appeared after a report that Oppo trademarked the Find X moniker for itself. But as we're well aware, trademarks don't always make it to the real world as products.
Oppo has been recently showcasing its innovative breakthroughs at CES for a couple of years now. And some of them are very interesting. For instance, the company demoed the VOOC 2.0 tech that promises top-ups of 50 percent in record 5 minutes. That is indeed awesome however there is no promise that we'll actually be using this any time soon. Furthermore, the Chinese giant also showcased a 5x lossless zoom tech at CES.
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All the innovations aside, there have been no indications from Oppo about a flagship reboot in 2018. Readers are advised not to jump horses just yet with just one render of the Find X