Oppo Find5 X909 surfaces, claims it is the slimmest quad-core Android smartphone ever made

Oppo Find5 X909 surfaces, claims it is the slimmest quad-core Android smartphone ever made
Not long ago, the 6.65-millimeter-thin Oppo Finder was released on the market, thus officially becoming the world's slimmest smartphone. Today, we are treated to a glimpse at the maker's next ultra-slim handset, which might not be as svelte as its counterpart, yet still has the specs to brings tears to the eyes of any smartphone enthusiast.

What you see in the photo is said to be the Oppo Find5 X909, which has a thickness of "only" 6.9 millimeters. What's more impressive, however, is the hardware that its manufacturer has managed to stuff under its hood. Inside the handset ticks a Snapdragon S4 Pro chip, the quad-core APQ8064 that also powers the Xiaomi Phone 2. In fact, the Oppo Find5 X909 is claimed to be the thinnest quad-core Android smartphone made to date.

The handset's 4.5-inch screen has a resolution of 720 by 1280 pixels, on its back resides a 12-megapixel camera, and a 2-megapixel shooter is located on its front. The battery is rated at 2.500mAh, which is nothing short of impressive given the device's slim waistline. Models with 16 or 32 gigabytes of storage will be available, and 2 gigabytes of RAM have been thrown in for good measure. Android 4.1 Jelly Bean will likely come pre-installed.

Now, all of this sounds too good to be true, so it won't be surprising if the source of this rumor isn't entirely correct about the specs of the Oppo Find 5 X909. But even if all of the above information is correct, it would be unlikely for the smartphone to be released outside of the Asian market.

source: IT168 via UnwiredView

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