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Oppo Find X Leaked Teaser Tips 93.8 Percent Screen-to-Body Ratio

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Oppo is all set to launch its flagship Oppo Find X at an event in Paris tomorrow. Ahead of the launch, the smartphone leaks have picked up pace, and fresh ones hint at an impressive screen-to-body ratio on the Find X, along with another video teaser leak that shows a possible notch on the device, contradicting reports. There’s also another leak that points to the fact that the Oppo Find X may support Android P as well.

Oppo teased the Find X on Saturday a poster on Weibo, claiming its ‘curved panoramic’ screen will have an ‘unprecedented’ screen-to-body ratio, with a fill-in-the-blanks number showing it to be above 90 percent. Shortly after, tipster Ice Universe shared a leaked teaser poster with the blanks filled in, claiming the Oppo Find X will sport 93.8 percent screen-to-body ratio. The image accompanying the official teaser poster shows the smartphone in very thin bezels, a slight chin at the bottom, and no notch at the top. This means that the smartphone will follow the Vivo Nex S and Nex A route, to sport an all-display front. How the camera components and other sensors will be placed, remains to be seen.To recall, the Vivo Nex S and Nex A had a screen to body ratio of 91.24 percent screen-to-body ratio.

Another video teaser leak posted by Twitter user Bang Gogo initially shows a bezel-less design at the top, but a slight transition at the end hints at a possible notch on top. However, this is pure speculation. Finally, the same tipster also leaked specifications of the Find X, and it all seems to corroborate with previous leaks, except for support for Android 9.0 (expected to be the version number given to the first stable release of Android P). While the smartphone may release on Android Oreo out-of-the-box, support for Android P can be expected.

The tipster also revealed a render of the Opo Find X hinting at the pop-up camera mechanism, and it looks like the camera will slide up from behind. It isn’t similar to the one seen on the Vivo Nex models, but more like a slider that may not need a motor, but just a manual push. Look at the render below and judge for yourself.