There were already signals that the Oppo Find X was going to arrive in 2018, but we were earlier today convinced that its launch or unveiling at least may just be around the corner when the Oppo Indian twitter page teased the device with a poster containing the Find X moniker.
While the teaser doesn’t reveal any official specs or images of the phone, we have now once again seen one more reason to believe the device might be unveiled sooner than we thought, as an official website of the OPPO Find X is now live on the web.
Unfortunately, the website www.oppofind.com still doesn’t give away any images, release date or even specs of the upcoming device, but rather contains a video teasing Oppo Find X moniker.
The website with a dynamic color theme simply has the Hi! It’s been a long time, with the Oppo Find X, as teased earlier by Oppo in a slider form.
Currently, nothing much has been revealed about the upcoming Find X smartphone, however, a previously leaked render of the device reveals it could come with a notched display with virtually no bezels on both sides, with a slightly thick bottom bezel. The render further suggests the Oppo Find X will feature a triple camera setup as seen on Huawei’s P20 Pro, and now rumored for the Galaxy S10. Interestingly, the render shows no sign of a fingerprint scanner, so it likely might settle for an under-display fingerprint scanner.
More details about the device should be out in the coming days.