OPPO Find 9 Rumored to Be Launched in H1 This Year; Will It Be Realized this Time? [Video]

Jan 08, 2017 08:19 AM EST | Leonora Puno

OPPO Electronics Corporation, a Chinese manufacturer of electronics devices, has announced the launching of its next smartphone model, the OPPO Find 9, last year. However, the launch remained as rumor as no OPPO Find 9 was released in 2016. Users of OPPO Find 7 are now clamoring for an upgraded version. Talks about its release in March of this year still remain unconfirmed, making it just mere speculation.

OPPO is one of the most successful manufacturers of mobile phones. The OPPO mobile phone, the company's flagship, had been very popular and people have been waiting for a second generation OPPO. There were rumors of OPPO Find 9 on the works but months passed without any further development. Then, recently, another rumor spread that it might be launched in March, according to AH.

The release date of the OPPO Find 9 still remains a mystery; however, new rumors are spreading regarding its OS. One source stated that the OPPO Find 9 will be launched in HT1 and will run on Find OS, which is a new Al System. It will be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC with a QHD touch screen. The RAM will be 6GB to 8GB, which is a lot more than what existing handsets have. Storage will be 128GB, allowing users to keep lots of data, according to GSMARENA.

For those who have been eagerly waiting for the release of the OPPO Find 9, it seems this event will not likely happen yet. A statement regarding its release in March was retracted. While Qualcomm, the company that might supply the chips hinted that the OPPO Find 9 will arrive soon. But with continued postponement, it might better for customers to purchase the OnePlus 3T or the OPPO Find 7, according to GameNGuide.

The arrival of OPPO Find 9 is something that has been awaited for. Delays in the launch can make potential customers turn to other brands. If the company fails to deliver this year, the OPPO Find 9 might have been forgotten already when it actually hits the stores.

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