Oppo Find F9 Design Leaks in form of Sketches – Dual-Lens Camera and Bezel-less Display Touted

Oppo Find 9

The yet to be announced Oppo Find 9 has been in the rumor mills for quite some time now and apparently, we have our hands on a new set of sketches that are alleged to for the Find 9.

Mark you, this is not the first time renders and leaked images of the Oppo Find 9 are showing up, however, the latest sketches give us a rather more detailed look at what exactly the phone might look like once unveiled.

Previous leaks have shown that the Oppo Find 9 will be joining the many phones coming out today with close to no bezels on the front panel. The design of the phone also seems to be quite wider than usual and so far, there is no sight of a physical home button on the front panel, a suggestion that the fingerprint scanner could be mounted on the back – or perhaps under the display?

The possibility of the having a fingerprint scanner under the display comes in thanks to the sketches confirming that the back panel has no fingerprint scanner either, but you can expect to see a dual-lens camera and LED flash aligned vertically in the middle of the back panel. It is also possible that the Oppo Find 9 will ship with speakers on both sides.

Oppo Find 9

Up to now, all the rumors doing rounds regarding the Oppo Find 9 have claimed that the phone will ship in two variants. Where one variant will reportedly come in with flagship specs, among them the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the other will be powered by a midrange Snapdragon 653 or possibly the upcoming Snapdragon 660.

As for the rest of the features, the Oppo Find 9 will ship with a RAM of 4GB or even 6GB and a storage that could rise to an impressive 128GB. Although unusual, you can still expect to see the Find 9 handset coming in with the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.

For the cameras, the front shooter could ship with a 16MP lens while the back dual-lens setup will come in with one 21MP lens and another lens that is yet to be determined. Alternatively, you may also see a single-lens on the phone alongside a dual-tone LED flash.

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