Oppo is getting closer and closer to presenting the new Oppo Find X2. This is the new device of the revolutionary smartphone family. However, there are more and more rumors that seem to indicate that this model will not be as revolutionary as its predecessors.
After much was said about the presence of the first camera under the screen. It seems that this possibility was eliminated by the brand’s Vice President himself. Now the popular YouTuber @Mrwhosetheboss has posted a picture of a new smartphone to his Twitter account. He claims that this is a smartphone that has not yet been released. There is a great possibility that it will be the Oppo Find X2.
Oppo Find X2
Holding an unreleased smartphone right now, with world's FIRST 44MP Dual Punch-hole front camera…
Can anyone guess from which company? pic.twitter.com/A0VhiXxJog
— Arun Maini (@Mrwhosetheboss) January 20, 2020
It is true that there is no confirmation that this is really the Oppo Find X2. But there are many details that make us believe so. The interface design comes in line with the brand’s smartphones, as well as the wallpaper, which is also present on other Oppo smartphones.
In his publication, Arun Maini states that this is the first smartphone with a 44MP front camera. Find X2 specs have not yet been confirmed, but we know it will focus on an incredible photographic experience, in addition to the quality of the screen. So it would not be surprising if it arrived to revolutionize the “world of selfies”.
Contrary to what would be expected, everything indicates that this year we will see fewer smartphones with a truly FullView. Thanks to the use of pop-up cameras, there were many smartphones in 2019 that arrived without any cutout on their screen, but it seems that this will not happen this year.
It has become increasingly obvious that the big trend of 2020 will be punch-holes. Now, Major manufacturers betting on this design strategy for most of their smartphones.
Coupled with the abandonment of pop-up cameras, this new trend may mean that we will not see many smartphones with FullView screens until the cameras below the screen are ready for mass production.