Oppo hasn’t officially announced its Find 9 flagship, but its specs were leaked a while ago, so we know what to expect. But thanks to the latest leaks, it seems that the device will come with a nearly bezel-less display and it will be powered by Find OS, the new AI system.
The Oppo Find 9 is rumored to be released in the first half of 2017, and the latest alleged renders of the flagship that surfaced in the Chinese cyberspace suggest that the device will sport an “all-screen” design. Oppo already came up with an almost bezel-free phone which was released exactly one year ago, and the fans are hoping to see its innovative design in the Oppo Find 9. The Oppo F1 diffracts light at its edges, giving the impression that the borders are invisible and it would be great if the same design will be used for the Find 9.
Other rumors suggest that the device will arrive in two versions: mid-range variant powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 chipset, which will support 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and a premium tier variant that will house a Snapdragon 835 chipset with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The screen will measure 5.5-inch and will support a resolution of 1440×2560 pixels, the primary camera will be 12MP and it will record videos at 2160p at 30 fps, while the front camera will be 8MP.
On the back will be placed a fingerprint scanner and the battery will support fast charging. While other Oppo devices run on Color OS, the Find 9 will move away and come with Find OS, which will include a personal assistant, but it’s not sure if it will be Amazon’s Alexa.
So, now we’re waiting for Oppo to make an official statement about the release date and specs of its Find 9, and hopefully, the rumors will turn out to be true and the device will show up in the next few months.