The world’s thinnest smartphone, Oppo Finder, will be soon available for sale in China and the price is very attractive, just 2,498 yuan (about $395). No contract is required and that’s almost half the price of an iPhone. More photos of Oppo’s press conference after the break.
Meet Oppo Finder, a Chinese branded super thin Android-powered smartphone that is only 6.65mm thick, which is 30 percent thinner than the Galaxy S III and a full 2.65mm thinner than the iPhone 4S. Under the hood, there’s a gorgeous Super AMOLED Plus display, a 1.5GHz dual core processor and 1GB of RAM. So will this Oppo Finder replace the Xiaomi Phone and Meizu MX in the Chinese Android enthusiast market? Read on for full details on Oppo’s third flagship Android phone.
Thin has been a key term when talks about electronics like laptops, phones and tablets. We are glad that Huawei brought its biggest guns to CES 2012, and grabs the title of world’s slimmest smartphone with their Ascend P1 S. The P1 S features a 4.3″ Super AMOLED qHD 960 x 540 touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass, and ships with Google’s latest Android flagship Ice Cream Sandwich onboard. The device is, according to Huawei, “impossibly thin”, measuring just 6.68mm versus 9.3mm for the iPhone 4S, and 7.1mm for the Motorola Razr. Check out a hands-on video and more photos of the ultra thin smartphone after the break.
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