Oppo Find 9 new renders hint at its (almost) bezel less design


And yes, it’s one of these never ending news articles about the Oppo Find 9 model, that keeps coming our way, now more than 2 years after the launch of the Find 7!

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This time we’ve got some new renders of the device from Weibo tipster @Kjuma, that are completely different from all the previous that had appeared from time to time. In these leaked renders, the purported Oppo Find 9 has an almost bezel less design with really narrow bezels on all 4 sides, hinting at a large screen to body ratio.

Unfortunately all of today’s renders show the front side of the device, but given the fact that there’s no Home button below the display, chances are that there’s a fingerprint sensor located at the back, somewhere (unless of course it comes with an ultrasonic sensor, embedded just below the display). The device looks metallic in these renders, and it should be, given the fact that we’re talking about a flagship model. 

To some these renders look like fan-generated art (and we may agree), but until we have some official confirmation about them we can all assume what we want. Just take them with – another- pinch of salt, and let’s hope that Oppo will finally show us mercy and let us know what will happen with this iconic phone.

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3 Comments

  1. MattD
    May 10, 2017

    Yeah: it doesn’t exist, so why shouldn’t they throw into the renders whatever they want?! What about 10.000mah battery with a 120gr weight and 7mm of thickness?! Dlsr camera? Loudspeakers worth a concert in loudness and quality? Let’s just throw everything in, people

  2. José Rodrigues
    May 10, 2017

    is the shop.gizchina a trust wordy web store?

  3. David Košič
    May 11, 2017

    This is becoming pathetic, stop with this render leaks from random people. Oppo is pretty much done with flagship, phones they are very successful with their midrange lineup. Not to mention they are decreasing their global presence and mostly focusing on China.