We have been patiently waiting for the new generation model in the OPPO’s popular Find series, however till now, we haven’t managed to get any concrete information about the device. Now, a new model called OPPO x9007 has just been spotted on the benchmarking app, AnTuTu, revealing some specs details about the device. Considering the model number, timing and the specs of the device, this looks like a lower-end version of the upcoming OPPO Find 9 series.
According to this listing, the OPPO X9007 model, said to be the upgraded version of the OPPO Find 9 — most likely OPPO Find 9, will come with Snapdragon 820 quad-core chipset inside. OPPO’s Find series are known to feature top-end specs, so Snapdragon 820 isn’t a surprise. Further,r the phone will come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s no information about MicroSD expansion. There would be a 1080p display of unknown size as well. At the back, the phone features a 16MP camera while up front, you get a 4MP shooter. Finally, for software, the Find 9 model comes with Android 6.0.
Taking a look at these specs, this could be one of the variants of the Find 9 series. However, we can expect much powerful variants as well, which should upgrade a lot of things like RAM to 4GB or even 6GB, resolution to 2K and storage to 64GB or 128GB. This would make the new Find 9 model a worthy successor to the previous generation models.
As for the other specs, earlier rumours claim that the Find 9 will come with OPPO’s Super VOOC fast charging tech that charges a 2500mAh battery in just 15 minutes. Then there’s the company’s self developed smart sensor that brings image stabilisation at the sensor level. There are even rumours about a 4K display, but we can’t be sure of that. As for the pricing, it could go as high as $616. The release is rumoured to be in June, but there’s no confirmation yet.
Anyway, let’s wait for the top-end variants of the new OPPO Find series to crop up online. Only then we would be able to paint a clear picture of what the company has in store for us in the second half of this year. [source]