- Analysis by KJ David
The Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition, just as its name suggests, is a luxury-class spinoff model of the Find X crafted in partnership with the Italian supercar manufacturer, its biggest difference from the original model being its carbon fiber backing and engraved Lamborghini logo -- don't forget to check out the best smartphones featured here at Phonerated. Weirdly, though, this Find X edition's top-tier (as of this on-paper review) list of pros and cons is marred by a 3400mAh-only battery power , which is even lower than the plain Find X's 3730mAh capacity, not to mention that most of its premium-class contemporaries don't go any lower than 4000mAh on that front. It does, however, deliver Oppo's Super VOOC Flash Charge technology , claiming to replenish its full battery capacity from 0-100 percent in just 35 minutes.
The Lamborghini Edition also shares its mother model's cons on the display front, namely, its 1080p-only resolution and unremarkable 401ppi pixel density score . In contrast, some of its high-caliber rivals boast ultra-high-end 1440p definitions and safely pass the 500ppi VR-worthy threshold for pixel density -- check out some popular VR-ready smartphones here. Nevertheless, it hits high-end phablet marks with its 6.42-inch screen space, 19.5:9 aspect ratio , and Panoramic Arc Screen design, the latter letting its screen glass flow outward onto its left and right edges.
Just like the original Find X, this luxury phablet features a slide-out panel holding its rear and front cameras in place , essentially giving it a notch-less display and a seamless rear surface. Its imaging pros and cons, by the way, include a whopping 25-megapixel selfie camera that threatens those of the best selfie-driven smartphones as of 2018. Also, it boasts a dual-lens rear camera that's made up of a 16-megapixel standard cam and a high-resolution 20-megapixel depth-sensing cam . Its photography perks are led by AI scene recognition and 3D portrait lighting.
As for its processing specs, the Lamborghini Edition runs on Qualcomm's AI-powered Snapdragon 2.8GHz octa-core processor and swaggers with 8GB's worth of RAM , the latter plugging it into our list of premium-tier 8GB-RAM phones. Also on board is an Adreno 630 graphics engine. In charge of its multimedia storage is a mammoth 512GB memory that's necessarily-high, given its lack of a microSD card slot for external storage .
So, despite its not-so-competitive raw battery power, the Find X Lamborghini Edition is parked on a luxury-class shelf spot, probably appealing to tech-savvy users with upscale lifestyles.
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