+ Thursday October 17th, 2019

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Oppo is always working on new phone models and since the Find 7 was announced just over a year ago, it’s well over-due for a replacement. Oppo has opted to go with an odd number naming scheme for their Find series – 5, 7 and now the Find 9 has popped up on the radar.

In this leak which shows off what is apparently the Oppo Find 9, you can see a handset which appears quite thin, with a very slim bezel either side of the display. The phone gets a little more interesting with the rear shots though, with what appears to be a dual-camera setup sitting in the centre back of the phone.

Oppo Find 9

The dual-camera setup isn’t the only interesting thing about the back of the phone, with what appears to be a button mounted below the dual-camera on the rear. This button could be a home button, fingerprint sensor similar to the Huawei Mate 7 or something completely different.

GizChina has supplied a list of rumoured specs for the phone, which includes all the ingredients for a successful 2015 flagship handset. The phone is rumoured to run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor with 4GB RAM and a 5.5″ 2K (2560×1440) display.

Launch details haven’t been leaked, but it looks ready to rock, we’ll be keeping an eye out for the Find 9. Australia as the only official western market where Oppo has launched their phones, should see the Find 9 when it launches, so once it’s announced we should see it on Oppomobile.com.au or in AllPhones stores in short order.

Source: Path.
Via: GizmoChina.

Daniel Tyson  


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Caleb Johns
Caleb Johns

I do not trust the look of that at all. We’ll have to wait and see 😛

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