Update (8:00 17/06): Leaker Ice Universe has shared the actual Screen to Body percentage.
The OPPO Find X launch is just a few days away and the teasers for the phone are coming thick and fast. Today the OPPO social media account has teased the Find X showing a screen with an incredibly high screen to body ratio, and best of all no notch in the display.
The OPPO Find Series has been the flag bearer for not only OPPO, but all the smart phone world on some specs mainly related to the screen. The Find 5 was the first 1080P display, and the Find 7 was the first 2K resolution display, now it could also have one of the highest screen to body ratios on the market.
In their post today, the OPPO account on Weibo has posted this on their account with the caption:
Forward this micro-blog to write down the number in your heart. At 16:00 today, one of the guessing users will be randomly selected to send the world’s first Find X!
As you can see, the phone shown in the teaser has not notch in the display. While having no notch in the screen but being almost bezelless isn’t a first – the recently announced Vivo Nex got that one with a 91.24% screen to body ratio – it would be something if OPPO could match, or even beat that – especially with their broader reach into markets including Europe, and Australia, something Vivo can’t match.
The Vivo Nex also included some nifty tech innovations including an earpiece beneath the glass display, in-display fingerprint sensor and the pop-up selfie camera, all of which helped them achieve the almost bezelless design with no notch in the screen. As a flagship phone, it would be nice to see this in the OPPO Find X.
There’s not long to go now until we see the Find X announced, and from what we hear it’s coming to Australia. Stay tuned for the launch later this week.
Update: Known leaker @IceUniverse on Twitter has shared the percentage for screen to body ratio saying it will be 93.8%, beating out the Vivo Nex at 91.24%.
The screen area ratio of OPPO Find X is 93.8% pic.twitter.com/PMnppvACRu
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 16, 2018