Apple blew all of us away when it unveiled the final design of the iPhone X. We were immediately drawn to the flawless construction that made it possible to showcase an almost bezel-less OLED display. However, the “notch” that houses its front-facing TrueDepth camera system did not really win everyone’s favor. Moreover, a majority of mobile phones from the competition now sport that bothersome notch. On the flipside, we are so pumped for the Oppo Find X, as it teases an innovative new feature concealed within its svelte frame.

Let’s get this out of the way—the Oppo Find X parades the most attractive craftsmanship we have seen on a flagship smartphone. The way that its screen and back panel seamlessly meld into the polished metal frame is nothing short of perfection. Furthermore, you won’t find unsightly bezels or that annoying notch on this device. Its 6.4-inch Panoramic Arc display touts a 93.8% screen-to-body ratio and is the highest we have ever seen on any handset in the market. However, you might notice something odd about it. That’s right, where are the cameras and how did Oppo manage to achieve such a build?

Simple, it’s a feat of precise engineering that keeps its imaging components hidden within a special mechanism that slides up when you need it. Other than the fancy new gimmick, the Find X is certainly no slouch in the performance department. Inside lies a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset with a whopping 8GB of RAM. The 256GB internal storage should be more than enough for all of your files and multimedia. This Android 8.1 smartphone is powered by a 3.730mAh battery with VOOC flash charge technology.

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