But overall, we think the Find X is a seriously attractive piece of hardware, especially with its notch-less, (nearly) bezel-less display that extends practically over the entire front side. The innovations start right from the design front, where the device boasts a screen-to-body ratio of a whopping 93.8 percent.
Crucially, the Find X will be the first OPPO phone sold in North America and Europe - that's the reason for global LTE connectivity.
The phone features a 6.4-inch display that's about as large as the Galaxy Note 9's rumored screen, and just slightly smaller than the upcoming iPhone X Plus's display. Some slight variations in price are also possible.
Oppo also announced the Find X Lamborgini Edition, with faster Super VOOC charging. According to the site, Oppo's latest flagship smartphone features some interesting technology; one of which is a motorised, slide-out camera system. The front has curved glass, too, and the display panel is a 1080p OLED. The Chinese company has planned an event at the Louvre in Paris on 19 June, where the flagship phone will be showcased for the first time. The three camera sensors are entirely hidden when the phone is off or the camera app is inactive. It may be available in two colour options, Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue. It can get there thanks to the pop-out camera system, which takes things one step further and includes both the front-facing camera and the rear cameras. The AI assists while clicking portrait photos, and also helps in automatic screen recognition.
The Automobili Lamborghini edition of the Find X will also have an updated storage with a massive 512GB of on-board storage. Otherwise, the Find X has all the specs you'd normally find in a premium Android, such as Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of storage. The phone is powered by a 3,730mAh battery which of course supports their VOOC fast charging.
It also supports the Android P Beta program, allowing you - if you want - to try out the next version of Android before it's officially launched.
That said, pre-orders for the Find X begin today in China and will take weeks to reach anywhere else. The catch is that while modern phones are sparing more real-estate for the screen than ever before, they come with various compromises such as the ugly and perpetually distracting notch. But at least Oppo did not promise us a bezelless smartphone.