Oppo Find 9 Gets a Fresh Redesign, 2017 Edition

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It seems like forever since we’ve been waiting on the Oppo Find 9 flagship and its latest concepts are in dire need of a redesign. That happens today, as a brand new version of the device has popped up, thanks to the inspiration of DBS Designing Team.

This is actually not their first rodeo with this phone, that they’ve rendered as a concept in 2015 as well. The new Oppo Find 9 goes for the edge to edge approach and has a fingerprint scanner embedded within the screen panel. It’s a 5.5 incher with a Quad HD resolution and an AMOLED dual edge display. There’s an USB Type C port in the mix and a special Skyline notification light, that made the previous Oppo units stand out.

The platform of choice here is Find OS based on Android 8.0 and the specs are high end, but not crazy high end, rather realistic high end. I’m talking about a Snapdragon 835 CPU, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage and a 5000 mAh battery. We also get a 16 megapixel front camera and a 13 MP back shooter, plus VOOC fast charging. The design is in keeping with the Oppo approach of the previous Find units.

This means we get a rectangular body, with a rounded top and bottom, but this time the screen is also curved to the sides. Judging from the video below, this is also a very slim device, perhaps too slim for its own good.

[via DBS Designing]

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