Leaked OPPO Find X4 Pro renders showcase peculiar, Yotaphone-esque rear display, under-display selfie cam, and "quad curve" panel
Tipster @letsgodigitalNL recently outed what appear to be official renders for OPPO's upcoming Find X4 Pro flagship phone. The renders highlight a number of the phone's unique features, from the "quad curve" display and in-display selfie camera to the quad camera on the real, joined by a small rear display.
The Find X4 Pro isn't the first phone on the market with a dual screen setup. As early as 2013, Yota released the Yotaphone which had a greyscale e-ink display on the rear for easy access to notifications. The Find X4 Pro's rear display appears to be much smaller, approximately the same size as its primary camera module. There's just about enough screen real estate there for a clock and three notification icons.
The rear display isn't the Find X4 Pro's only trick - the phone also features an in-display selfie camera, meaning no pinhole or notch, and the "quad curve" panel maximizes the device's screen-to-body ratio.
While there is no firm release date for the Find X4 Pro, earlier leaks have given us further insights into the device's hardware setup. The Find X4 Pro will likely ship with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC and feature a 6.7-in 120 Hz AMOLED display. We might also see support for 80W ultra-fast charging. We expect to see an official announcement from OPPO in the weeks to come.
Check out the OPPO Find X3 Pro here on Amazon.