Lenovo promised us a full-screen phone but then failed to deliver, and vivo has finally introduced their innovative NEX phone with a full body screen and pop out camera. It now looks like the OPPO Find X will be the next phone to adopt a full-screen display.
A video advert appears to show the new phone which has a slider configuration which allows you to slide the front and rear cameras up as one. It is not quite as snazzy as the vivo solution but it is a welcome alternative to the ubiquitous notch of this year.
The phone has been teased several times by the company on Weibo, but the latest image gives us some information on the display. According to the post, the Find X will have a massive 93.8% screen to body ratio with practically non-existent top bezel.
With the Oppo Find X being launched in Paris tomorrow it is highly likely the phone will be available in Western markets in comparison to the vivo which probably won't be available here any time soon.
Not a great deal is known about its specification, but this is a flagship phone so will almost certainly have a Snapdragon 845 chipset under the hood, it is quite likely we will see an in-screen fingerprint scanner too.