How much do you think the Oppo Find X costs? It’ll run you a bill of around Rs.80,000 island-wide. When it was first released, it was much more expensive. We think it’s well worth its price.
It was launched in 2018 so it’s not that old. It’s quite a thick phone. We’re not fans of thick devices as they can be uncomfortable to hold. The following are its dimensions, 156.7 mm x 74.2 mm x 9.6 mm.
It doesn’t help that it has considerable weight. It is 186 grams - its weight along with its width make it brick-like.
Being a mobile that was released recently, it’s no surprise that its screen is big. It is 6.4 inches. If you have smaller hands, holding it might be tough.
It was made from premium materials. You’re getting a Gorilla Glass 5 and aluminum build. Although this makes it feel expensive, they also make it slippery. The Find X is a fingerprint magnet too.
Being a former flagship, it’s no surprise that it doesn’t come with a MicroSD slot. More expensive phones have been ditching expandable storages lately. We’re happy to say that the ROM it comes with is good, though. But there isn’t a 3.5 mm headphone jack either.
Oppo only made the handset available in 2 shades. They are the Bordeaux Red and Glacier Blue. From the two, we think the latter is the best looking. Whichever one you choose, you’ll be getting a gradient effect on its rear.
We’re fans of ergonomic mobiles. The Find X has sides that are curved well. Even though it’s big, its buttons were also placed in easy to reach spots.
The panel on its front is AMOLED. Colours would be very vibrant. As its screen is so big, immersing in whatever you’re watching would be a breeze.
Just like its rear, there is Gorilla Glass 5 on its front. It’ll be hard to scratch.
There’s barely any bezel action going on. This is mainly due to the absence of the notch. You’re getting an 87% screen-to-body ratio.
Videos would be sharp. Its pixel resolution is an impressive 1080 x 2340 pixels.
The OS it runs out of the box is Android 8.1. You can upgrade its systems to Android 11. The operating system is run through ColorOS. It’s Oppo’s UI that is super customizable.
It comes with a powerful processor, housing the Snapdragon 845. It’ll handle whatever you throw at it. The fact that Find X has excellent memory makes moving through its systems even more buttery. You’ll be picking it up with 8 GB of RAM.
ROM-wise, 128 and 256 GB are available. If you remember, it doesn’t come with a MicroSD slot.
As it’s so thick, you’d expect a large battery. This is not the case. Oppo decided to disappoint us, placing a 3730 mAh unit inside. Expect the former flagship to fully drain in around a day. Of course, its battery is nonremovable.
You’ll be charging it with a 20 W fast charger. It would have to be placed inside of its USB-C port. There is a variant of the Find X that utilizes a 50 W fast charge – it goes from 0-100% in half an hour.
Unfortunately, the device doesn’t come with reverse or wireless charging. We would’ve loved it if it did.
As mentioned, there is no notch. That’s because Oppo made its front set-up motorized. Know that its rear set-up was motorized as well.
Its rear camera consists of a 16 MP primary wide lens along with a secondary 20 MP depth sensor. The shots taken would be colour accurate. The set-up performs well in low-light too.
Speaking of dim settings, it houses a bright LED flash. It sadly doesn’t come with an LED sensor on its front. However, its selfie camera will take pictures that will leave you Instagram-ready. It is a dual set-up that consists of a 25 MP primary wide lens along with a secondary biometric and depth sensor.
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