Remember the Oppo Find 9 that was unveiled not that long ago? According to Mobile Dad, this device should have been launched in September but it didn’t happen as planned. Now a new report out of China is suggesting that the device won’t be coming until next year, and it will be equipped with a Snapdragon 810.

The reports claim that this new device will be revised to use the latest Qualcomm’s upcoming SD 820 SoC, which the chip giant says doesn’t have SD810-like overheating issues, and is expected to be released in Q1 2016. This adds Oppo Find 9 to the list of devices, which includes the Xiaomi Mi5, which are rumored to feature the chipset.

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However, there are other rumored specs of the Oppo device include a 5.5-inch 2K display, 4GB RAM, 21MP rear camera, a fingerprint sensor, and Android Lollipop OS. And if this Snapdragon 820 is true, it wouldn’t be a far stretch to say that the flagship would likely use the SoC’s Ultrasonic Fingerprint recognition technology.

SOURCE: Mobile Dad

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