The body looks like the Samsung Galaxy S9 with almost curved sides – even contour high and low to create almost identical designs. The most obvious design component here is to leave behind and in front of the cameras. While Nexo de Vivo has demonstrated a dual rear camera behind the camera, Oppo X X takes this design to the next level. When we talked about the phone in full screen mode in 2018, this means that the screen-to-body ratio of 80% is a small box at the bottom and a box facing forward. The front camera is an integral part of the phone, so the design was needed – so far. Oppo claims that the camera module can be picked up more than 300 thousand times, but the phone invites you to use the camera every day.
There is no fingerprint reader in the device, but it depends on the 3D face scan function, which uses infrared light to make a map of your face in depth. It works well, but every time you unlock your phone, it’s best to move the camera module up and down. It remains to be seen how truly sustainable it will be. The device will be available in Bordeaux red and ice blue. He should be warned that red is definitely purple – at least what I used to have. However, the phone is very beautiful. The color is a gradient of slope, which is black in the center and purple on the rims.
It looks great, and reminds me a bit of how the black version of the OnePlus mirror 6 shows the light. With some of the latest hardware available on the market, Oppo X X behaves beautifully. One problem I had seen with the performance I also saw on Oppo R15 Pro was the poor management of RAM. My model has 8 GB of RAM, but only about 4.5 GB is used to open some applications. With more RAM to run, you do not have the excuse to handle it badly, and I hope Oppo spends some resources that reduce the skin. If you are on the benchmark score, then we run Oppo Find X Plus via Geekbench 4 and 3D Mark. Antutu did not want to walk on this phone for any reason.