With a smooth, uninterrupted back panel, the Oppo Find X5 Pro was built on the design of its predecessor, the Find X3 Pro. To stick as close to the design language as possible within its budget, the vanilla Find X5 used a separate camera bump element.

From the looks of the vanilla Oppo Find X6, those may be the last examples of said design language. Evan Blass’ track record speaks for itself, though we haven’t seen anything official yet. This time around, the camera island is even more prominent.

The new Oppo Find X6 will sport a brand new design on the back which looks a bit odd with such a huge camera module. Yes, at least 50% of the device back is taken away by a huge camera module carrying triple cameras. There is also huge Hasselblad branding below the camera module.

As expected the Oppo Find X6 will feature a main sensor coupled with ultra-wide and telephoto lens with LED flash. Again the device will feature custom NPU with Marisilicon. The back gets a matte finish this time with volume rockers on the left and a power button on the right side of the device. Sadly, no images showing the front view of the device.