OPPO’s next flagship smartphone, Find X is set for global launch on June 19


OPPO has been teasing the return of its Find series since a couple of weeks. And now today we have got the release date confirmation from the brand itself. The Find X, company’s new premium smartphone would be announced officially at the Louvre Museum in Paris on June 19. Quoting on the launch, OPPO released a statement saying, its Find series have stood up for artistic design, innovative technology, and overall excellent hardware specifications.

Also read: OPPO Find X images and specifications leaked online; company hints launch in India

The Chinese smartphone maker is touting this as a Global launch event, which means all international media might be heading to the event in Paris. This also sheds some light on its arrival in India. The upcoming handset is also teased to feature futuristic specifications, whatever that means. We will know more about it once the company announces its handset two weeks from now.

OPPO Find X - Global Launch

OPPO Find X Expected Specifications

According to the rumor mill, the Find X would be housing a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 flagship processor. Alongside, expected is an 8GB of RAM and 256 GB storage accompanying the processor for a premium performance.  

It is expected to come with a 5X lossless optical zoom. Further, a 3D face lock system might be introduced as seen on the recently announced Mi 8 Explorer Edition. Plus, the company is also expected to introduce an upgraded VOCC Super Flash charge technology.

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Would you be interested in OPPO Find X? Does its specification mystery teases an interest? Let us know in the comments section below.


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