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An image of world's first phone with 44MP dual selfie cameras appears online

21 January 2020 0

A new smartphone with dual punch-hole display has surfaced on the internet by the famous tech YouTuber Mrwhosetheboss. According to the only information he has provided, this is an unreleased smartphone with the world’s first 44MP dual punch-hole front camera. Later in the description, he asked everyone to guess the name of the company which would bring this tech to its mobile phone.

Apart from the very visible dual-punch hole, the device is seemingly holding little curved edges. Followers were able to detect the phone from Oppo, thanks to the icons, wallpaper, and ColorOS-like appearance. Some even guessed it to be the Oppo Find X2 phone, since the 44MP dual selfie cameras could only be an asset of a flagship phone and the only high-end phone we have been hearing about could be the Find X2.

Nothing else is shared yet but the tech YouTuber has said that he will share more information soon. So, expect to hear the name of the company and the rest will get disclosed later.

The name of the sensor also remains hidden but it is expected to be the Samsung ISOCELL Slim GH1 43.7MP sensor since this is the only sensor with this much magnitude launched recently. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G is expected to hold the highest 40MP sensor but going by the latest tip, a device apparently from other companies is already in the pipeline to snatch the title from Samsung.

Going by what is available via the leaks, the Oppo Find X2 could come powered by Snapdragon 865 5G processor. Well, let’s just wait for more information to come that could stop us from guessing.



An image of world's first phone with 44MP dual selfie cameras appears online
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