After launching its sub-brand Realme, Oppo seems to be shifting its focus on launching a new flagship smartphone. The company has recently trademarked the Oppo Find X name, which rumors believe is what the smartphone will be called. A rendered image of the Oppo Find X has surfaced, revealing more information about the smartphones design and camera.
Slashleaks was one of the first to report the leaked image. It showcases the phone to carry a similar notch, like the one on R15. Based on this, it is believed that the screen will be sporting an aspect ratio of 19:9. The back of the phone reveals the phone to be sporting a triple camera setup. It is arranged vertically, with the LED flash placed right below it. Another thing worth noting is that there is no fingerprint sensor present, at the front or at the back. This could also mean that Oppo plans on using an in-display fingerprint sensor on the Find X.
Besides that, there have been plenty of the other speculation around the Oppo Find X. Previous rumors have suggested that the phone will offer a 5X lossless zoom and super-fast 15 minutes flash charging. The phone is also said to come with Snapdragon 845 SoC.
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Oppo has been active in the mid-range segment lately. Thanks to its A series, Oppo ranks third in the Indian market share, overtaking Vivo in the first quarter of 2018. Not to mention, Oppo plans on bringing even more smartphones to the mid-range segment, under its new Realme sub-brand.