After whether or not the Oppo Find 9 will ever arrive, it seems the next big question is: whether we’ll see it launching in H1 2017, or not?
Back in November last year, there was first a rumor that said the device will be made official in March 2017. This was followed by a couple of sources (a Chinese analyst and an employee of Qualcomm’s Chinese arm) saying that won’t happen.
Now, according to a new rumor out of China, the device WILL INDEED arrive in the first half of this year.
Oppo Find 9 concept render
A company executive revealed this at a recent OPPO shopping guide forum – neither the location of the forum nor the name of the executive has been disclosed.
So while the mystery around the Find 9 being in pipeline as well as its launch time-frame continues, here’s what all has been rumored about it so far: the device will be powered by Snapdragon 835 SoC and sport a a QHD touchscreen. RAM will be 6GB or 8GB, while storage would be 128GB. The device will run a new AI system called Find OS.