Oppo had launched the Find X in India in July and it has been selling from August. It is priced at Rs 59,999 and comes equipped with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB configuration, and with a design where the entire camera module (including front and rear) sliders out when required. It is the first smartphone with a true edge to edge display.
But it seems that having a phone with 8 GB of RAM wasn't enough, as a new leak shows that a new Oppo Find X is to come out and that too with an upgrade of 10 GB RAM.
The listing does not reveal any other differences from the Oppo Find X that is currently selling in the market.
The TENAA listing says that the phone might be packed with a humongous 10 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage.
There is no news ensuring whether this phone is legit or further details like when it might arrive or whether it will be sold outside China.
Here is our complete review of the Oppo Find X. But 8 GB RAM itself is a bit of an overkill on most smartphones. Is getting a phone out with 10 GB RAM then just a marketing gimmick? We shall find out when Oppo officially says something on this.