The Oppo Find X has caused plenty of excitement lately and we can understand why. This is the first proper flagship smartphone from Oppo in quite some time and now the company’s official Weibo account brought confirmation about some of the key specs.
The post comes to confirm the TENAA listing from the other day that the device will sport the best in class Snapdragon 845 chipset, 8GB of RAM and a generous 256GB of internal storage. We are unsure, however, if both variants mentioned by TENAA will come with 256GB.
Maybe the Samsung panels ordered by Oppo will ship just in time after all.
The rest of the rumored specs include 20MP + 16MP camera sensors, 3,645 mAh battery, 6.4-inch AMOLED display and a 25MP front-facing shooter. However, the last few bits are still unconfirmed and we will know for sure once the device goes official on June 19.
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