OPPO’s Find X launches in just a few days and while there is a lot we already know about the specs, its overall design is still a mystery. A new teaser poster and TV ad have appeared online, giving us a glimpse of what to expect.
First, let’s examine the teaser poster. The image was shared on Weibo by the official OPPO account. It shows the Find X with a display that covers nearly all the front, save for a small bezel at the bottom. There is also no notch at the top.
Other than a picture of the phone, the poster also teases the phone’s screen-to-body ratio which should be over ninety percent seeing as the first figure is nine. To sum it up, the OPPO Find X should have a similar design to the Vivo NEX.
Next is the TV ad which was shown on one of China’s own state TV CCTV-1. The device has the same front design as the phone in the teaser poster above – a notch-less screen with a small bezel at the bottom. The interesting part of the ad is when we get to see the rear of the phone.
The back is covered in glass but has a black band in the shape of an M at the top. Within that black band sits dual rear cameras separated by a LED flash. The design is unlike what we have seen in recent phones and will surely make the Find X stand out from the crowd. The video also reveals the phone will come in two color variants – burgundy and blue.
The OPPO Find X launches on Tuesday, June 19. It will come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It also appears it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner seeing as there is not one on the rear of the phone in the TV ad.