- Tram Ho
Recently, OPPO has confirmed that it will launch the Find X series at the MWC 2020 technology exhibition taking place later this month. Right before the event, OPPO’s patent for a smartphone with 7 rear cameras was unexpectedly found on the Chinese Intellectual Property Administration’s website (CNIPA).
Earlier, we saw a few other phones like Nokia 9 PureView and Mi Note 10 equipped with 5 rear camera systems, but OPPO’s patent device could be the first smartphone in the world. up to 7 cameras on the back.
Specifically, the image depicted in the patent shows OPPO is developing a smartphone with 7 rear cameras, with sensors arranged in hexagonal and circular camera modules.
On the front, this device uses a waterdrop screen design to accommodate a single selfie camera. As such, it will have a total of 8 camera sensors, including 1 on the front and 7 on the back. In addition, the rear camera cluster is designed a bit more protruding than the back and at the same time, the smartphone that OPPO is developing also has a seamless design, no ports or physical buttons.
The flawless design has also been used by Vivo for the APEX 2019 concept phone since last year. This device uses touch buttons to replace the power and volume up and down keys. Besides, it also has a built-in speaker at the bottom of the screen and supports wireless charging.
Source : Genk