Oppo Find 9 Specs Leaked – Dual Camera, Snapdragon 835, 8GB RAM and 4100mAh Battery

Oppo Find 9

Oppo Find 9 is the next in line flagship that the Chinese OEM is expected to release and while it has been rumored for quite some time now, it appears that it will finally be unwrapped at the upcoming MWC 2017 tech show in February.

A lot has been said about this Oppo Find 9 phone, but nothing has been confirmed just yet. The last time Oppo unveiled a flagship Find phone was back in 2014 when the Find 7 was released. Up until now, it has all been empty talk and rumors with respect to the latter’s successor.

However, we may finally have stumbled upon what are to be the specs and features of the Oppo Find 9, which should be announced at next month’s MWC tech show in Barcelona, Spain. According to the leaks, the Find 9 will be shipping with some high-end specs and features on board.

For starters, the phone will carry a very familiar design language as what was used on the Oppo Find 7. In addition, some specs will be retained, among them a 5.5-inch display screen with a 2560×1600 pixels QHD resolution, although the Find 7 had 2560×1440 pixels. Under the hood, the Oppo Find 9 will reportedly ship with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC that has been paired with a massive RAM of 8GB, similar to what is found in the new ASUS ZenFone AR flagship. This is almost three times the amount of RAM used on the Find 7, meaning you’ll get faster performance on the new flagship.

Oppo Find 9

Like many other Oppo phones that focus more on the quality of cameras on board, the Oppo Find 9 will come with a 21MP dual-lens camera on the back alongside a 16MP snapper on the front. In terms of storage, the Find 9 will be equipped with 128GB of internal storage, but there is no word on whether this will be the only offering. To keeps the lights on, the phone will ship with a huge 4100mAh battery, 1100mAh more than what was used on the Find 7 flagship.

As noted earlier, the Oppo Find 9 should be announced in March 2017, but the company itself has not confirmed this just yet. So, be careful not to get a little too excited about this news!

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