On June 19, we saw the launch of a top-notch Android flagship smartphone, OPPO Find X. This device is a truly innovative smartphone that comes with features which everyone will like to try out. One of its amazing features is the slide-up camera which enables it to achieve a 93.8% screen-to-body ratio, the highest ever in the smartphone industry. OPPO’s approach involves the use of a dual-rail periscope structure that hides the phone’s 3D structured light sensor and the front/rear camera sensors in the up-sliding periscope that automatically pops up when the camera is launched.
Today, the company took to its official Weibo account to announce that the OPPO Find X State Bank version will be released on June 29 (this Friday) in Beijing 751D · PARK 79. Unfortunately, there is no mention of the price or changes we expect to see in this State Bank edition, however, this version will possibly come with a tweak in its design probably a special colour and some sort of logo. All other hardware and software are expected to remain the same with the regular version.
As a reminder, the OPPO Find X uses a 6.42-inch curved panoramic screen with a screen-to-body ratio of 93.8% and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The back uses a 3D laminated streamer spot colour curved glass which gives it an exquisite appearance. The OPPO Find X is powered by a Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. It has a battery capacity of 3730mAh which support VOOC flash charge. For more on OPPO Find X, click HERE