Oppo Find X will be announced June 19, European launch hinted at

After previous information revealed Oppo was planning to launch its first flagship smartphone in four years, the company has now confirmed that it will be holding an official unveiling event later this month in Paris, on June 19.

Now, the event poster fails to reveal any specific information about the smartphone, other than confirming the Find X name. However, previous information has revealed that the new flagship will sport a notched display complete with a premium glass build. Additionally, on the inside, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 will power the device and will be coupled with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. Also, on the storage side of things, 256GB will complete the setup. Now, moving on to the camera front, the Oppo Find X is understood to include a dual-camera setup capable of 5x optical zoom. Nevertheless, at this moment in time, the specifications of each sensor are unknown.

Oppo is yet to announce the Find X's release date and pricing details. But, the fact that the launch event is being held in Paris suggests Oppo hopes to compete with the likes of Huawei and Samsung more directly. After all, the Chinese company is currently marketing its arrival in France, Italy, and Spain across various social media channels. However, it's yet to launch any of its smartphones in the markets officially, thus suggesting that the Android flagship could become the brand’s first European launch.

Aside from Europe, the Find X is expected to be made officially available in various Asian markets, with Oppo previously teasing an Indian launch. When it comes to US consumers that may be interested in the smartphone, though, it seems they could be out of luck as the device isn’t expected to be made available in the market.

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