OPPO is reviving the Find series with its most ambitious device yet. The Find X comes with an innovative pop-up slider that contains all three cameras — the dual 16MP + 20MP rear camera and the 25MP front camera. Doing so has allowed OPPO to maximize screen space while eliminating the notch, with the Find X offering a 6.4-inch 1080p OLED display with a 93.8% screen-to-body ratio.

That's slightly more than that of the Vivo Nex, with Vivo's handset also featuring a retractable front shooter. Unlike the Nex, the Find X doesn't have an in-display fingerprint scanner, and instead relies solely on 3D facial recognition tech that's hidden in the pop-up assembly. It works thusly: you switch on the display, swipe up on the lock screen, and the camera pops out to authenticate your face and unlock the device.

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OPPO says the motorised mechanism takes just 0.5 seconds to pop up, so while it may not be quite as fast as using a standard fingerprint sensor, it is a novel way to unlock the phone.


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Under the hood, the Find X features the latest hardware available today in the form of a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, global LTE bands, dual SIM card slots, and a 3730mAh battery with OPPO's VOOC fast charging tech. On the software front, the Find X comes with the latest iteration of Color OS running on Android 8.1 Oreo.

The Find X is going on sale in China from today, and will be debuting in India on July 12. Crucially, the Find X will be the first OPPO phone sold in North America and Europe — that's the reason for global LTE connectivity. The phone will go up for sale in these markets August for £879 ($1,150). There's also a Lamborghini edition with 512GB of storage and upgraded VOOC fast charging that will retail for £1,499 ($1,930).

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