The Find N chapter has been filed – the first folding of the Chinese company – for Oppo the time has come to think about the next top-of-the-range smartphone with a more traditional form factor. Traditional which, however, does not mean anonymous, far from the fact that the first images of the smartphone highlight the manufacturer’s willingness to introduce original design elements that can differentiate the device from the competition.
The material is provided by a reliable source, namely OnLeaks which preliminarily poses a non-trivial question about the commercial name of the product: in essence, it is the successor of Oppo Find X3 Pro, so the most logical hypothesis is that it is called Oppo Find X4 Pro, but we know that in China the number 4 is not very popular for superstitious reasons, so you could directly switch to Oppo Find X5 Pro.
Having overcome the formal issues, and has clarified that these are images created based on the schemes of a prototype, the substance highlights a smartphone in which the solution to integrate the rear camera stands out. A technical device closely connected with that used for the previous Oppo top range: the modules are embedded in the curved glass monobloc. Compared to Oppo Find X3 Pro, the work to further lighten the presence of the module what time it has formed trapezoidal and not rectangular.
The front offers solutions a little more usual, but still appreciable: noteworthy is the display with curved edges and surrounded reduced frames; in the upper left corner is the front camera housed in the hole.
The picture of the technical characteristics, however, remains quite fragmentary. OnLeaks does not confirm any specifications and the hardware identikit at the moment is more a what to expect. The display could have a diagonal of about 6.7 “and the company could propose a panel with QHD + resolution and support for 120Hz since these features are part of the standard equipment of the Find X3 Pro. Being a top range, it is plausible integration of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC; the use of the MariSilicon X chip, introduced in mid-December, and Oppo’s first NPUs dedicated to imaging, is also likely.
The officialization of the smartphone is expected for the first quarter of 2022.