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Chinese smartphone company Oppo just revealed a Lamborghini-edition phone that costs nearly $2,000

The Chinese tech company Oppo has unveiled the first device from its partnership with Lamborghini, the Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition. Oppo says the phone can charge completely in 35 minutes and will cost almost $2,000.

Oppo Find X  (HDblog/YouTube)
  • The Chinese smartphone maker Oppo launched its new Find X phone on Tuesday, along with the Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition.
  • Oppo says the Find X Lamborghini edition can charge from 0% to 100% in 35 minutes and will cost nearly $2,000.
  • Both versions of the Find X have a nearly edge-to-edge display, a motorized hidden camera, and facial recognition.

The Chinese smartphone maker Oppo just announced one of the priciest phones you can buy.

At an event in the Louvre Museum in Paris on Tuesday, Oppo announced its new Find X device, a premium smartphone with a nearly edge-to-edge display, a motorized hidden camera, and a beautiful shiny finish.

On its own, the Find X is an expensive device — Oppo said it would cost €999 (about $1,160) when it’s released in August.

But there’s another, pricier device on the way. At the event, Oppo also unveiled the Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition, which has superfast charging; Oppo says it can charge a battery from 0% toto 100% in 35 minutes.

The Lamborghini edition will cost €1,699, which is about $1,970.

The phone will also have 512 MB of storage, a carbon-fiber texture underneath the glass on the back of the device, and an engraved Lamborghini logo.

Otherwise, the Lamborghini edition will have specs similar to the standard Find X device, including facial recognition, a 25-megapixel selfie camera, and a screen that covers more than 93% of the front of the phone.

Oppo is launching the Find X in Europe this August, but there’s no word yet on when the device could come to the US.

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