It’s been a long long time coming but evidence is pointing at 2 versions of the Oppo Find 9 that could launch in March or April.
Indonesian Telecommunications Regulators have just passed two unknown Oppo models through their certification process and the names look to point at the Oppo Find 9. Oppo Model X9009fw and X9009 also appeared in document for China on the 28th December and India on January 6th this year.
A launch date of between March and April would make the Oppo Find 9 a perfect candidate for the Snapdragon 820 chipset. If we take in to accountant the relationship between Oppo and Vivo (and the recent Vivo Antutu leaks) we can guess that the Oppo Find 9 will have at least 4GB RAM, 16 mega-pixel rear camera, 8 mega-pixel front, 16 mega-pixel main camera and Android 6.0.
The last details we know so far is the Oppo Find 9 will likely use a fingerprint scanner hidden under the chin on the front of the phone. There won’t be a physical home button or an obvious fingerprint area in an attempt to keep the face of the phone as clean as possible. Oppo are likely to release the Find 9 with their very own VOOC fast charging too, perhaps even a new and improved version.