According to an updated TENAA listing for the Oppo Find X smartphone, it seems like we will soon get a 10GB of RAM version of it.
The phone was first introduced during MWC Shanghai this year and it’s one of the smartphones whose debut has been quite anticipated. It has a Snapdragon 845 processor on board and up to 256GB worth of storage alongside VOOC fast charging support, a 3,730mAh battery and a pop-up camera. By ditching the notch and the bezels thanks to that pop-up camera, the phone looks more sleek and offers a more immersive experience.
The only thing we have been taking for granted in the most recent smartphones is the fingerprint scanner, which the Oppo Find X does not have, relying exclusively on the built-in face recognition.
The TENAA device seems to suggest that the phone’s only difference to the other versions is the increase in RAM. There is no indication about its price tag, but, if we keep in mind that the standard version is around $150, you can expect the 10GB RAM one to cost a bit more.