Oppo Find X quick review: Truly bezel-less display with popping cameras


Oppo finally announced the Find X flagship for the Indian market on Thursday at an event in New Delhi. The Find X is the first smartphone in the Find-series since seven years and it is every bit as futuristic as you expected it to be. Oppo has crammed in a number of 2018 trends which includes a full-screen, bezel-less display on a phone that's almost entirely made up of glass along with the year's best mobile hardware inside championed by a Snapdragon 845 chipset.

But what sets the Find X apart from pretty much every other Android flagship today is that there is no notch to be found here. What you get instead is a whopping 93.8 per cent screen-to-body ratio, a motorised camera system and some flagship-grade hardware, all for Rs 59,990. The price doesn't appear too bad considering the Find X costs 999 Euros (approx Rs 80,000) outside. We spent some time with the device to find out whether the Find X really is something straight out of the future.

The first thing you notice about the Find X is its stunning all-glass design. The device is carved out of Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and the back. The glass curves around the edges, making it look similar to the Galaxy S9. The Find X is offered in Glacier Blue and Bordeaux Red colours, which looks simply stunning. The colour mainly stays around the edge and grows dark in the middle. Both the colour options look subtle and fantastic and you can see it turn a shade lighter or darker depending on the angle you view it in. There's also a curve on the top which is actually part of the motorised slide. But Oppo has designed it to look like liquid glass joining the rest of the back, which adds to the overall aesthetics.

Moving on to the display, the Find X brings a tall 6.4-inch 1080p+ OLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. You get practically no noticeable bezels on the sides and there's no notch on the top as well. Apart from a thin strip of bezel on the bottom, the Find X is practically all display on the front. Oppo has used an OLED panel which really pops on screen. Colours look deep and punchy with good visibility and viewing angles. We couldn't take the phone outdoors so we cannot say how the display holds under bright sunlight.

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