Alleged Oppo Find X gets TENAA’s nodding


Oppo Find X

Oppo has set aside June 19 for the unveiling of the Oppo Find X which has been under our radar for some weeks now. Ahead of the unveiling, two variants of the device with model numbers – PAFM00 and PAFT00 were spotted at China’s 3C body a couple of days ago. Now, the same device with the model number PAFM00 and PAFT00 alleged to be the Oppo Find X has been granted the requisite approval by China’s TENAA.

The Oppo PAFM00 and PAFT00 appears to have the same internals, hence they are rumored to be variants of the same Oppo Find X. And while the TENAA listing doesn’t include images at the moment, there are murmurs that the device might follow current trends as it is expected to adopt a dual edge curved display with the irregular notch at the top.

As per TENAA’s listing the two variants look like the same device in terms of internals with virtually no differences, however, we suspect some advanced features like 3D face recognition, the 5x optical zoom or even the choice of choice of fingerprint placement might make for the differences.

With dimensions 156.7 x 74.3 x 9.4mm and weight of 186 grams, the TENAA listing suggest the device will come with a 6.4-inch  (2340×1080) display, while a 2.8 GHz octa-core processor which could be the flagship SD 845 coupled with 8GB of RAM is expected to run the affairs. Storage size is limited to 128GB, and that would obviously be expanded using a microSD card.

The alleged Oppo Find X is tipped to come with a dual camera (16MP + 2MP) with an LED flash at the back, while a single selfie camera (24MP) sits above the display. Finally, the Find X will boot Android Oreo out of the box and will draw its power from a 3645mAh battery.

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