Oppo has revealed that the display on its upcoming flagship phone, the , will have a , the same as Samsung's Galaxy S20 series, and a 3K screen. With Mobile World Congress due to concerns about the coronavirus, , and the China-based company is now revealing details about the device on Twitter.
"The screen that a 2020 true flagship should have. #OPPOFindX2," Brian Shen, Oppo global marketing head, tweeted Monday night along with an image of the gadget.
Mobile World Congress, the show where most Android flagship are announced every year, had been scheduled to take place this week, but the spread of the deadly coronavirus from Wuhan, China, to other parts of Asia, as well as the US, Australia, Europe, the UK and the Middle East caused the cancellation. Coronavirus deaths now total more than 2,700, with over 80,000 cases confirmed.
"Oppo respects and understands GSMA's decision to cancel the MWC Barcelona 2020 event," the handset maker said in a statement earlier in February. "After serious consideration, we have also decided to reschedule the OPPO Find X2 Global Launch Event, originally scheduled on 22nd February."
Oppo plans to hold the event for its newest flagship 5G phone sometime in March.