Recently, we came across new information about OPPO’s Find 9 series. The phone was spotted on the benchmarking app, AnTuTu revealing some key information about the device. However, like always, AnTuTu only revealed some hardware specs of the device. Now, more information about the phone’s battery have been revealed.
It is said that the OPPO Find 9 will come with the company’s recently announced Super VOOC fast charging technology. So, a simple 15 minutes charging will get your phone to 100% which is highly impressive. But when OPPO demoed this feature at MWC, it was with a 2500mAh battery. Although the charging time will be so less, we don’t think customers would be happy with a small 2500mAh capacity battery on board a flagship model. So, it would be interesting to see how big of a battery OPPO fits inside its new device.
A couple of renders of the Find 9 were also revealed, which shows an unusually long physical home button just below the display. Considering its length, we can expect this to come with a fingerprint sensor.
As for the specs, the leak earlier today revealed a low-end version of the OPPO Find 9. This particular model, namely X9007, comes with Snapdragon 820 quad-core chipset with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 1080p display of unknown size, 16MP rear camera and a 4MP front camera. Considering these specs, we can expect a high-end version as well, possibility with 2K display and 4GB / 6GB RAM options.
Earlier rumours state that the phone will be released sometime in June this year, which is just a few weeks away. So, if true, we can expect more details about the phone pretty soon.