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Oppo Find X advertisement on CCTV1 reveals the design



After Vivo, Oppo is soon going to launch its new device with an almost full bezel-less design, and it is expected that it won’t feature a notch, just like the Vivo NEX S. We already know the full specifications of the Find X but until now, we didn’t have any information from the reliable source about the design of the device. Today, the Oppo Find X appeared in an advertisement on CCTV1(China Central Television) channel in China. The advertisement revealed the design from the front as well as the rear. Assuming that the company won’t follow Lenovo (we all know how Lenovo teased the Z5), the Find X could be the device with the highest screen-to-body ratio.

Oppo Find X From Front

Oppo Find X From Front

Oppo Find X from the rear

Oppo Find X from the rear

As the images above show, the Oppo Find X has an ‘almost’ full bezel-less design, and there is no notch at all. Now, this might be good news for everyone waiting for this device, but we still have no idea about the front camera. We don’t know if Oppo will follow Vivo’s implementation of the front camera on NEX S or there is any other mechanism. Anyways, the dual camera setup is present on the rear and no, it is not a vertical camera setup like on all Android phones launching these days. The back looks pretty unique, and the rear design doesn’t seem inspired by any previously launched phone. Good to see Oppo launching a phone with a unique design language.

So overall, the Oppo Find X is coming with an impressive bezel-less design & high-end specifications. The global launch is happening on June 19 in Paris at the famous Louvre Museum.


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