OPPO has been consistently advertising higher display space on its R-series of smartphones. The OPPO R11 that was revealed in June 2017 came with 16:9 panel and its upgraded variant R11s was introduced with 18:9 panel later in the similar year. OPPO switched to notched displays for the R15 series that were unveiled in Q1 last year. The R17 series launched later last year came with waterdrop notched screens. Hence, it is pretty going that the upcoming R19 will either feature a punch-hole display which includes the Samsung Galaxy A8s or Honor View 20. Recently, OPPO had filed for two patents with title “Mobile phone with app icon interface” what is nothing however a punch-hole panel with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
The panel design reveals the presence of a selfie digital camera on the top-left corner of the screen. The digital camera app overlays the selfie image sensor and next it is 4 other applications. Swiping to the straight of the digital camera will reveal those other applications, however the digital camera icon will always remain at the same place.
The rear design of the smartphone has antenna bands placed on the top and backside edges of the back panel. A horizontal dual digital camera setup with LED flash is placed at the top-left of the rear shell. A fingerprint camera is Additionally out there on the bottom of the smartphone. The backside edge of the phone has external speaker, a charging port and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Will the upcoming OPPO R19 sport the fresh punch-hole screen design? There is with no concrete evidence out there yet. A recent report had uncovered that the company might use a notch-less display which includes the OPPO Find X for the OPPO R19. The cameraphone is guessed to be equipped with a pop-up selfie image sensor. The backside of the smartphone could possibly be either featuring a dual or triple camera module. Which includes the predecessor model, the R19 might feature an under-display fingerprint camera.
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