Oppo has released a new poster depicting the features of its upcoming true under display camera smartphone.
Oppo's true under-display camera smartphone will have a reassuring display We'll get a new "optimized" screen resolution The weight of the device will also be lighter to ensure a good grip The company claims that the layers of the display will be tightly packed#MWC19#oppofindypic.twitter.com/OxWMuGHDj9
Oppo’s true under-display camera smartphone will have a reassuring display We’ll get a new “optimized” screen resolution The weight of the device will also be lighter to ensure a good grip The company claims that the layers of the display will be tightly packed
Furthermore, the device won’t be called the Oppo Find X2 as a lot of tipsters had predicted lately. The company officials have denied the possibility of this device being dubbed the Find X2 and have said that the X2 might launch next year.
As seen in the image, this is how the device would look like. The image has been taken from a video the company has shared. In the video, we can see the evolution of the Oppo smartphone starting from its first-ever flipping camera smartphone to Oppo Find X to the upcoming smartphone (which could very well be the Oppo find Y by the way).
As a matter of fact, the device might launch in other countries like India. In a recent conversation with Oppo Mobiles India, the company has even hinted a possible India launch.
When the other companies used to be too popular and Oppo was still a kid in the community, it had the flipping camera phone, something which is "a thing" in 2019. They came up with the Find X which made another bunch of innovative devices. And now, this is the new awesome.#oppopic.twitter.com/VeHuB7sPKD
As of now, very little is known about the device, but we will get to see the device in all its glory in a couple of days, so stay tuned.
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