Last time Oppo launched a smartphone in its Find series was back in 2014. It had then launched the Find 7. With its flagship Find series, Oppo tends to push the boundaries, and offer top-of-the-line stuff. Fast forward to last night, when the Chinese company launched its latest flagship device – the Find X. Needless to say, Oppo has stuck to its principles of pushing the boundaries, and the Find X is pretty much what we have expected all this while.
Being bezel-less is the current buzzword in the industry. After the notch on the Apple iPhone X, companies are coming up with innovative ways to have a full-screen display on their devices. While the Vivo NEX pushed the boundaries of what a bezel-less smartphone could offer, the new Oppo Find X pushes that even further.
With a screen-to-body ratio of 93.8 percent, the Find X is all about its screen. In fact from up front, all you will see is the screen, and nothing else. The chin at the bottom is still present (Android companies are still looking for a solution), but it is the slimmest one around.
Oppo has clearly caught our attention with the Find X that is truly premium and innovative. It is powerful enough to set comparison charts on fire, and premium enough to take the fight to the likes of Huawei, Samsung, Google, and even Apple. It will no doubt be priced at a premium if the European price tag of 999 Euros (Rs 78,500 approximately) is anything to go by. We are looking forward to thoroughly reviewing the Oppo Find X by the time it launches in India on July 12. Until then, stay tuned.