Oppo Find X, Exclusive Review
The Oppo Find X might look like every other glass-and-metal phone released this year, but I can promise you’ve never seen any phone with a show-stopping feature like its motorized top that extends and retracts to reveal the front and back cameras. Nor will you find a phone with a screen that covers as much of the front with glass.
The smartphone is made up of curved 3D glass in the front and back. On the front, the bezels around the screen are almost non-existent, which results in a screen/body ratio of 93.8%. There’s no notch, the front panel is occupied completely by the Panoramic Arc Display (this is the official name). But the main surprise hides on top of the phone.
You can turn on the Find X and launch the camera from the top of the device. The dual camera and LED flash are in the middle, and in the front there’s a camera for selfies that is also used to unlock the device with face recognition. The cameras pop out quickly, and when they’re covered, the Find X looks like a thin glass plate with the brand’s logo on the back.
Good configuration :Find X runs on Android 8.1 Oreo with the ColorOS 5.1 interface that in terms of graphics somewhat looks alike to iOS. The hardware components of the OPPO Find X also live up to a 2018 flagship: the Snapdragon 845 and Adreno 630 GPU are running inside the device, alongside 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal memory for compromised performance, lastly the Oppo Find X doesn’t come with a fingerprint sensor but with just a swipe on the lock screen, you can activate O-Face 3D Structure Light, unlock your smartphone and access device content. The 3D light module allows you to project 15,000 points and create a precise model of the user’s face and then compare it with the one recorded in the system.
Great Cameras: When you launch the camera app, the Oppo Find X reveals its dual camera that supports LED flash. The photo component consists of dual 20MP and 16MP sensors with an aperture of f/2.0. The Find X comes with an optical image stabilizer and Oppo has also mentioned artificial intelligence, which recognizes objects to optimize the results.
Great Battery Capacity: For those of you who know OPPO, the VOOC Flash Charge Charging Technology isn’t a novelty and has also been integrated into the brand’s new flagship. The Find X hides a 3730 mAh non-extractable battery under its body, which can be charged in about 90 minutes.