It’s been nearly three years since the last OPPO Find-series flagship, the Find 7 came out. Like Xiaomi, OPPO too decided to skip launching a flagship in 2015 — most likely because Qualcomm couldn’t produce a killer flagship SoC that year. News around the next-in-line flagship, the Find 9, died down since… but the last few weeks have been rather eventful.
News now is that OPPO are all set to revive the Find series with the Find 9 in March this year. We’d seen a couple of days back about how the Find 9 was set to feature a couple different spec sets. For those unaware, the Find 9 is all set to feature Snapdragon 835 and Snapdragon 653 variants, with RAM/ROM options including 6GB/128GB and 4GB/64GB.
Besides that, this upcoming flagship is expected to feature a camera duo consisting a 21 mega-pixel rear and a 16 mega-pixel front. With a 4100mAh battery and OPPO’s patented VOOC charging, the Find 9 isn’t going to be cheap — it’s set to cost around the 4000 yuan ($580).
Also keeping in mind the track record, will the upcoming OnePlus flagship be based around the Find 9?