Oppo’s Find X is causing a bit of a stir around the traps, with official teases, and some leaks dripfeeding the keenly interested masses with more and more information about the phone. Today we’re seeing a leaked spec sheet for the phone, as well as an About screen which shows an interesting tidbit.
The Find X has already been officially teased with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, however this new leaks shows that there’s likely a second storage variant, one with a mere (hah, mere) 128GB of onboard storage.
As you can see, the spec sheet – via slashleaks – confirms the SD845/8GB RAM, but throws the 128GB variant option in.Further specs listed include a 6.4″ FullHD+ (2340 x 1080) resolution display. Camera wise, a dual rear camera array is on the cards with both 20MP and 16MP sensors behind f/2.0 aperture, with a massive 25MP f/2.0 front facing camera.
The phone will be powered by a fairly substantial 3,730mAh battery that will support Oppo’s proprietary fast charging technology Super VOOC.
In terms of software, the phone is going to run Android 8.1 (Oreo) with Oppo’s ColorOS 5.1 on top. There’s also somewhat of a ‘dodgy’ leak – also from slashleaks – of an About Screen for what’s reported to be the Find 9 listing the version of Android as Version 9, which we know is Android P.
Oppo has been working with Google on Android P with a Beta available for the Oppo R15, though nothing has been said about the Find X. It’s possible – even likely – that this is a hoax, but with Oppo’s stock Android build: Project Spectrum now dead, it’s nice to think there could be a stock alternative available.
Oppo is set to launch the Find X at an event in Paris, France on the 19th of June, so we don’t have long to wait to find out if these specs are the real deal.