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The OPPO Find X Hides All its Cameras in a Motorized Pop-Up Module

by Duey Guison  June 20, 2018

It’s another take on the futuristic phone

In the quest for a notch-free, all screen display, the best solution so far is the use of a motorized pop-up mechanism concealing the front camera. In the case of the OPPO Find X, their approach involves placing all three cameras—front and back—in a module that pops out only when needed.

Aside from the cameras, the pop-up module houses the sensors for OPPO’s O-Face recognition system. Similar to Apple’s FaceID on the iPhone X, O-Face uses a flood illuminator, infrared camera, ranging sensor, and dot projector for biometrics.

OPPO’s approach keeps the overall design of Find X seamless, highlighting its 6.4-inch Panoramic arc curved display and its sleek, camera bump-free glass back. By concealing all cameras and sensors, the Find X boasts of a 92.25% screen-to-body ratio.

OPPO Find X Specs

  • Snapdragon 845 octa-core processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • 6.4-inch OLED Full HD+ Panoramic arc curved display
  • 256GB internal storage
  • 4G, LTE
  • Dual SIM
  • 16-megapixel and 20-megapixel dual rear cameras with OIS, AI Scene recognition, LED flash
  • 25-megapixel f/2.0 front camera
  • WiFi, Bluetooth
  • GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS
  • O-Face 3D Facial Recognition, Voice Unlock
  • Android 8.1 Oreo with ColorOS 5.1
  • 3730mAh battery with VOOC quick charging

Aside from the Find X, OPPO unveiled an opulent Find X Lamborghini edition that boasts of 512GB internal storage and a smaller 3400mAh battery with Super VOOC quick charging. The latter feature can juice up the phone from 0 to 100% in just 35 minutes—the fastest charging time to date.

The Find X will retail for 999 Euros(~Php 61.8k), while the Lamborghini edition will sell for 1699 Euros(~Php 105k).

 

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    Expensive for phone that hides its cam. Also Apple’s face ID is used for payment transactions but we are yet to see a native support of this in android.

    How many times can you pop up the camera module before it breaks? Lol that’s a moving part, as always, the less moving parts, the better.

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