After whether or not the Oppo Find 9 will ever arrive, it seems the next big question is: whether we'll see it launching in H1 2017, or not?
Back in November last year, there was first a rumor that said the device will be made official in March 2017. This was followed by a couple of sources (a Chinese analyst and an employee of Qualcomm's Chinese arm) saying that won't happen.
Now, according to a new rumor out of China, the device WILL INDEED arrive in the first half of this year.
Oppo Find 9 concept render
A company executive revealed this at a recent OPPO shopping guide forum - neither the location of the forum nor the name of the executive has been disclosed.
So while the mystery around the Find 9 being in pipeline as well as its launch time-frame continues, here's what all has been rumored about it so far: the device will be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC and sport a a QHD touchscreen. RAM will be 6GB or 8GB, while storage would be 128GB. The device will run a new AI system called Find OS.
The Find 9 will be another cheap Chinese iPhone knockoff with faster Qualcomm SoC but then Apple did not change the overall design of the iPhone 7, so Oppo will wait for the iPhone 7s/8 release. As always, it will come with a glorified previous ...
Yes, Find 9 - Bring It On IF.. Snapdragon 835 Capacitive button Rounded corners 128 gb Dial Sim All LTE Bands F1.7 aperture camera IOS Sure, I'm up for it.
Oppo is like a faded eighties pop star. A couple of old hits with the Find 5 and 7 followed by a lot of junk. If the Find 9 ever arrives, there won't be anyone listening.