China’s TENAA, the regulatory body that certifies phones before their release in the country, has revealed a new variant of the Oppo Find X with 10GB RAM on board making it the world’s first in this case.
The phone was recently launched and originally came with 8GB RAM along with 128GB and 156GB storage options but a renowned tipster, Ice Universe earlier shared a tweet with a picture of updated listing which showed that the phone was going to get a 10GB version soon.
But later, the leaker came up with another tweet rebutting his earlier claim of 10GB RAM Find X which according to him won’t come.
The 10GB RAM version will not be released. https://t.co/g2X7LSVYIg
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 29, 2018
Ice Universe’s earlier tweet gave a hint that the phone was spotted and would be world’s first such phone featuring a 10GB RAM.
OPPO Find X adds a 10GB RAM version, which will be the world’s first 10GB RAM Smartphone. pic.twitter.com/ULdntw6X95
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 27, 2018
OPPO Find X has a 6.42-inch AMOLED screen with a 2340 x 1080 resolution. Having the thinnest bezels of all smartphones, the device has an industry leading 93.8% screen to body ratio.
The phone doesn’t sport a fingerprint scanner, instead, it has opted for the 3D face scanning technology. Both the front and the dual-rear camera are mounted on a slider that is motorized and instantly pops out when needed.
The phone is powered by Qualcomm’s most powerful chip yet; Snapdragon 845 processor, has a 25MP front-facing camera and a 16MP + 20MP dual rear camera combo. The Find X runs Android 8.1 Oreo and packs a 3730 mAh battery with the company’s famous VOOC charging.