It is possible that the successor to the Oppo Find X will launch soon and it will be called the Find Z. Oppo has trademarked the name with the European Union's Intellectual Property Office.

The phone has also been listed on Geekbench with a Snapdragon 855 chipset on board and this could be Oppo's first 5G device.

With MWC being so soon there is a small possibility it will be announced then however Oppo is expected to be demoing their new 10x optical zoom technology and recent press invites indicate they will be demoing a foldable phone.

It is expected that the Find Z will implement the 10x zoom that Oppo recently revealed. The 10x camera combines Oppo's 5x periscope-style camera along with an ultra-wide angle secondary camera to achieve the total 10 times magnification.

The company could also use its newly improved in-display fingerprint sensor, which now supports two-finger authentication for higher safety factor as well as a bigger fingerprint recognition area with faster authentication. However, the use of this technology on Oppo Find Z is not confirmed and just speculation. However, with this being the flagship device from Oppo there is a good chance these features will be present.

The phone will be running Android 9 Pie operating system out-of-the-box with the company’s own ColorOS 6 custom interface. The battery powering the smartphone will come with support for SuperVOOC fast charging but the battery capacity is not yet known.