Oppo Find X phone packs sliding cameras, Google Home is listening (Alphabet City)

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No notch in sight, the cameras in Oppo’s newest phone rise out of the body of the device. Meanwhile, Google rolls out Continued Conversation, which lets you talk to Google Assistant a little bit more naturally. There’s plenty more in this episode of Alphabet City, including your comments!

CORRECTION: On the Oppo Find X release dates: It will be released in China on June 29. European launch is set for August. There are currently no plans for a US release, but Oppo did mention a North American release. Thanks to Montanax for the help.

Oppo’s pricey Find X looks even cooler than the OnePlus 6 –

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  1. CORRECTION on the Oppo Find X release dates: It will be released in China on June 29. European launch is set for August. There are currently no plans for a US release, but Oppo did mention a North American release. Thanks to Montanax for the help.

  2. I like the idea of the show but it's really cringy to have the intro for everything. Just have a basic news show without all the gimics. edit: yes I know I spelt gimmicks wrong.

  3. Everyday i unlock my phone like 200times? Now tell me how does this phone survives the way i use my phone without draining its battery for just unlocking?and its reliability over a month or a year of usage. What i think is that one month is all it takes for me to break this phone via unlocking. Lol

  4. The many problems with phones that have moving parts are. 1) If you are one of those parents who lend their phones to their kids. There’s a chance your kid won’t take care of that phone. They can accidentally get jelly or peanut butter on it. 2) Once you drop it that’s all she wrote. And 3) Forget about that phone being waterproof, or water resistant. It’s hard to make a phone like that water proof, and to pay $1200 for a phone one has to handle with gloves is just not worth it. Sorry OPPO I know your trying to bring the future but this isn’t it. Try again.

  5. Firstly, thanks for throwing me into the video; I wasn't expecting it! Secondly, O Face… oh god. And thirdly, hey, I use Google+! Let me live, Iyaz!

  6. My buddy who works for samsung was sporting the new note 9. Looks almost exactly like the note 8. It has two cameras on the back that are vertical, fingerprint scanner. Larger battery and faster processor. He wouldn't let me take a pic of it which is understandable. If you own a note 8 I wouldn't buy the note 9. Just not worth it in my opinion.