The most noticeable thing about the phone is that it comes with a almost bezeless screen that has no notch, a trend which more than a few smartphone manufacturers have implemented in new phones for 2018. See the video below from The Verge to understand where they put the cameras and sensors.
Oppo gave the Find X's front camera 3D face scanning to take better selfies and unlock your phone, though we're not certain yet how secure the face unlocking feature is at this point. The handset doesn't come with a fingerprint scanner and it relies on face unlock instead, which means that users will have to open the camera tray many times per day to unlock their smartphone.
After a slew of speculations, the Oppo Find X smartphone finally had its official moment of unveiling in Paris. Compared to the marketed number of 93.8 percent, we find that the real screen-to-body ratio is 92.25 percent.
Processor: The Oppo Find X is powered by the top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. It comes with an 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage which is further expandable via microSD card of up to 400GB. It comes with a 3730mAh battery and supports Oppo's VOOC fast charging technology. In terms of the specs, the handset comes with a dual-camera setup on the rear panel comprising a 16-megapixel primary shooter backed by a 20-megapixel secondary snapper. The Oppo didn't mention an exact launch date for the Lamborghini edition device, but Oppo Find X is expected to launch on July 12.More news: The high court’s hint on partisan gerrymandering
Oppo Find X Specifications Oppo Find X features a 6.4-inch Ultra FullView OLED display with 19:9 aspect ratio. The design-focused choices don't stop there. It has camera sensors up front or at the back. Sadly Oppo hasn't found space for wireless charging, nor waterproofing, and if you're looking for a headphone jack you'll be disappointed. That also means you get a bottom chin. When the phone is off or the camera app isn't engaged, the cameras are completely hidden.
While a number of Android phone brands have embraced the notch at the top of their device screens, a couple of them are bucking the trend with innovative approaches to creating a bezel-less front fascia without ditching the selfie camera. Oppo also claims that its "O-Face Recognition is 20 times safer than fingerprint recognition for unlocking the phone". On the camera app is opened, both the single front camera and dual rear cameras will be sliding out. On top of this, it has a 3,730 mAh battery, dual-SIM support, and runs on Color OS 5.1, the company's own customized operating system from Android 8.1 Oreo.
OPPO already has experience in the field of rotating cameras so there should be no issues with the durability of the sliding system though it should be noted that since this is a moving part, it will wear down eventually. OPPO also introduced Omojis, the company version of Apple's Animojis. However, the price of phones in European market tend to be higher than our market.