OPPO Find Z phone exposure! Find X successor, equipped with Snapdragon 855

Last month, OPPO CEO Chen Mingyong said in an interview with Qualcomm China that OPPO will soon launch a new smartphone with the Snapdragon 855 mobile platform .

Chen Mingyong said that OPPO will strive to be the first manufacturer to launch 5G mobile phones, and will further develop AI capabilities with 5G, and actively explore the application scenarios of 5G+ era.

Last spring, OPPO brought the Find X flagship mobile phone, the first time to carry the Snapdragon 845 processor, so many people think that the second generation of Find X will take on the responsibility of carrying the Snapdragon 855, the name of this mobile phone, previously reported Will be appointed Find X 2, the second generation of Find X mobile phone, but now the news seems that OPPO is not so named.


According to media reports, OPPO recently applied for the name of the registered trademark applied for by the European Union Intellectual Property Office. The information shows that the name of the machine is “OPPO Find Z”, which is also the first exposure of OPPO Find Z.


If the news is accurate, then “OPPO Find Z” will become the successor of “OPPO Find X” and will be equipped with the Snapdragon 855 processor. According to previous reports, the new machine may be announced for the first time on MWC 2019 and is expected to be adopted. An open display. At the same time, there will be a 3.5mm headphone jack on the top, and the front camera may use Samsung’s new ultra-thin image sensor to make better use of the interior space.

According to the news, OPPO will introduce 10x hybrid optical zoom on OPPO Find Z, and also integrate TOF technology. It may also use screen fingerprinting technology, which has a larger fingerprint recognition area due to the new body.

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