Oppo Find X vs Vivo Nex: How the two compare

Oppo Find X vs Vivo Nex: How the two compare

Oppo Find X vs Vivo Nex: How the two compare

It's an unlocked phone, so it should work on any major GMS/LTE network like T-Mobile or AT&T.it is unlikely there will be payment plans like you can get from established smartphone sellers in North America and from carriers.

The OPPO Find X isn't set to debut for at least several more hours, and yet nearly all the details about the Chinese OEM's latest flagship smartphone have been laid out courtesy of a post from The Verge.

In addition to the front camera, the section also includes a 3D facial recognition system to enable to a much more secure face unlock feature. The lack of a noticeable surrounding bezel - the Find X has a screen-to-body ratio of 93.8% - instantly snaps you into a deep media-consuming trance.

The Find X's "stealth 3D camera" will rise up when the camera app is opened and retracts when it is closed. OPPO is calling this display their Panoramic Arc Screen. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 takes center stage, with the chipset paired with 8 GB of RAM and a healthy 256 GB of storage. Oppo Find X facial recognition uses 15,000 dots to map a face which is further supported by flood illuminator, IR camera, proximity sensor, a dot projector and of course the front-facing camera.

The 20-megapixel and 16-megapixel cameras on the rear dual-camera system are always visible and ready to go without sliding.

At the Paris event, Oppo announced that the Oppo Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition will be priced at Euro 1,699 (roughly Rs. 1,34,400).

"We're excited to be announcing our latest device in the OPPO Find Series and we look forward to bringing it to the Australian market". The Oppo didn't mention an exact launch date for the Lamborghini edition device, but Oppo Find X is expected to launch on July 12. It runs on ColorOS 5.1, which is based on Android 8.1.

If that wasn't enough, OPPO also had time to create a limited, more premium edition called the Find X Lamborghini Edition - with design cues and branding coming from the luxury sports auto manufacturer, no doubt. It's worth noting that the Find X ditches the 3.5mm headphone jack for the USB Type-C.

The standard Find X, on the other hand, comes with VOOC. However, its motorized design means that the Find X misses out on something that we've all taken for granted in today's phones: waterproofing. According to the company, the mechanism underwent vigorous durability test and can last for more than 300,000 slides.

The Oppo Find X will come with a 3730mAh battery unit under and will feature the VOOC flash charge technology.

The device comes in Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue color options with gradient finish on the edges. Along with this, the smartphone also sports a slider mechanism which hides the cameras of the device.

We don't yet have United States specific pricing or availability, but that info should be coming soon. The camera is also powered by AI assistance.

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