A lot of patent applications never develop into actual products but in the case of this particular Oppo filing, it could be the real deal. A patent application filed at the end of March that included a set of schematics has now been updated with high-quality official-looking renders.
This unannounced slider phone borrows from the existing Find X in that it stashes the selfie camera (likely cameras, plural) under the display when not in use, only it differs from the original on the back - the rear cameras remain exposed at all times here, and are in the top left corner. The Find X has them on the sliding platform and keeps them covered unless you're taking pictures.
Rendered in a pale shade of red, the phone has a characteristic checkmark on the back, which you'd initially think resembles the letter 'V'. With Oppo trademarking the name Find Y a few weeks ago, however, we're starting to see a Y morph out of that checkmark.
Still within the realm of speculation, we're wondering if Oppo will fit an under-display fingerprint sensor on this model - there certainly aren't capacitive ones to be found in the renders, and if Oppo chose not to fit an under-display unit on the Find X out of considerations that the tech wasn't ready, perhaps the time has now come. In any case, judging by this latest development, we'll be finding out soon.
Makes sense. If they're more demand for an iPhone or Galaxy, there will be more accessories, right?
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