Oppo and Vivo, two sister brands under the umbrella of giant BBK Electronics, have shown that there is no need to resort to a solution as controversial as the notch when it comes to it Create a smartphone that is “almost everything” screen. Otherwise, both companies have opted for mobile mechanisms with which the cameras can be faded in and out at the user’s request.
At this point we have already seen how the Vivo NEX’s periscope mechanism works. Now let’s switch brands to see how Oppo managed to keep all the cameras on its newest phone, the Find X, hidden and only appear if the user gives the command.
How does the Oppo Find X slip body work?
For many, The format Oppo Find X relies on is the natural evolution of the old “Slider” type telephones, in which the case was made up of two parts, one with the screen and the other with the physical keyboard where the user had to slide the screen up to access the keyboard. In the case of Oppo, All cameras on the phone are hiddenand a sliding surface from the top of the terminal is responsible for keeping them displayed.
Now, just a few weeks after the phone was presented, we finally have a clearer view of its insides, and that of the phone in particular Mechanism that makes the cameras appear. It comes from the hand of the Chinese medium ZOLwho did not hesitate for a moment to put his hands on the terminal and Disassemble it in search of the secrets hidden within.
Take a first look at the terminal, You can clearly see the part where the phone’s cameras are located. An engine is responsible for the provision, as we have already seen with the Vivo model According to Oppo, it has a proven durability of more than 300,000 actuations.
However, not only the reversing cameras are hidden in this mechanism. The frontal sensors, in addition to the detection Selfies should unlock the terminal through the user’s face, They appear and also disappear when necessary.
The Oppo Find X, which will be available very soon in Spain, has inside Specifications worthy of the best terminals of 2018Led by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 8 GB of RAM and a camera system made up of two 20 + 16 megapixel rear sensors. While it’s one of the most innovative models we’ve seen in this generation of smartphones, I’m afraid it won’t be easy if not most of it its price of 999 euros.
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