Throwback: The smartphones of the OPPO Find series

OPPO is to relaunch the Find series on June 19 when they launch the OPPO Find X at the Louvre in Paris, France.

But before we get too excited about OPPO's future flagship smartphone, let's take a look at the early members of the Find series dating back to 2011.

OPPO X903 [19659005] OPPO X903 is the grandfather of the mall. Officially launched in June 2011, OPPO has declared its entry on the smartphone scene. It has a 4-inch screen and it was equipped with a QWERTY keyboard sliding on the side, a processor clocked at 1 GHz and 512 MB of RAM. Although this set of specifications may seem small by today's standards, it's actually what it considered as high-end seven years ago.

OPPO Finder

Next is the OPPO Finder During his time he was very popular because he was crowned as the world's thinnest smartphone . Measuring only 6.65 mm at its thickest point, OPPO has managed to beat other giants of technology by producing the slimmest handset. In addition, it features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED display, 1 GB of RAM and 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

OPPO Find 5

When the OPPO Find 5 was made, the manufacturer of Chinese smartphones turned his attention to the display. Other brands were still in 720p but OPPO jumped the rifle and became China's first smartphone with a 1080p screen. It's also powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM – one of the most lethal hardware combinations of its time.

OPPO Find 7

Switching to the newest member of the family, the OPPO Find 7 was the first mobile phone in the world to have a 2K resolution on his 5.5-inch screen. It's also the same device that has introduced the company's proprietary VOOC charge technology that turns 5 minutes of charge into 2 hours of talk time. It was published in May 2014, more than 4 years ago today.

Given their track record in integrating all these innovative technologies, we are excited to see what the next OPPO Find X will be able to offer. Hoping that they will unveil another remarkable feat that would shake the world of smartphones.