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OPPO Find Y allegedly in works according to a leaked trademark, likely to come with under-display selfie camera

OPPO’s Find series has been the launchpad for new and innovative features. The company launched first Find series phone, Find X last year and now its successor called OPPO Find Y is seems to be in the making. A new patent has appeared online suggesting that the phonemaker is working on the next Find series smartphone.

The upcoming device from OPPO will be called the OPPO Y and the company has already trademarked the same. OPPO has submitted a trademark at the World Intellectual Property Office, which is categorized as Class 9. For the uninitiated, the Class 9 trademark refers to smartphones

OPPO is yet to reveal specifications and other details of the upcoming flagship. However, we are pretty sure that the company will add some innovative feature to its upcoming Find smartphone. As we already know, OPPO has recently unveiled under-display camera technology and the new feature might find its way to the upcoming Find Y. Apparently, OPPO is working on fine-tuning the under display camera and this might result in some sort of delay.

OPPO introduced the under-screen selfie camera tech at the MWC Shanghai last month. The company announced that it managed to achieve the feat by using a bespoke camera module featuring an enhanced translucent panel material combined with advanced processing algorithms. However, the company’s VP Shen Yiren Brian mentioned that the quality of the selfies taken by the in-display camera module will not be as good as the regular selfie cameras. This means OPPO is still in the testing phase to further improve the image quality of selfies taken using the under-display camera tech.

The new tech from the brand allows it to offer a truly bezel-less screen, which seems to be the way forward nowadays. We will know more about the Find Y in coming days as the company has only trademarked the name as of now and the actual launch seems to be a little far away.

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