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OPPO has filed a trademark application for the name Find Z

The Find X's successor may have a name. (Source: GadgetMatch)
The Find X's successor may have a name. (Source: GadgetMatch)
OPPO's Find series is a line of their more premium smartphones. Its 2019 iteration is a contender for the OEM's Snapdragon 855-powered flagship. Based on a new trademark filing with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office), this device will be called the Find Z.

The next device from the OPPO Find series may be particularly interesting, as it may be in line for a number of innovative and next-gen features already associated with the OEM. These include the 10x optical zoom that is to be produced via prismatic effects uniquely situated within a device, a punch-hole selfie camera and the exceptionally speedy Super VOOC charging system. It may also be powered by Qualcomm's flagship SoC for this year, the Snapdragon 855.

It was thought that this device might be called something like the Find X2 or X II. However, it now seems that the next Find's real model name has leaked out. According to a trademark application reportedly lodged with the European Union's Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), it will be known as the Find Z. This does track well considering the single-letter (or number) suffixes often borne by these OPPO smartphones.

It is also not unusual for OPPO to use conventional sequences of characters in its device naming schemes and then skip through them; for example, there are R17 and R15 phones, but no R16s. The filing in question has been unearthed by LetsGoDigital. Should it prove true, it seems that at least one OEM is finally moving on from calling its devices different variations on the same letter of the alphabet.


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Deirdre O Donnell, 2019-02- 5 (Update: 2019-02- 5)