Oppo X Tom Ford Slider Concept Phone with a sleek uncovered roll-up design

Recent reports suggest that fast-growing phone maker OPPO has advanced plans to release a sleekly designed sliding phone with a rollable display soon. The initiative is in collaboration with US designer Tom Ford, who designed the phone. In recent times, Oppo has been displaying some pretty innovative and eye-catching design concepts that are poised to lure consumers to the brand in the coming years. Innovative designs became evident with the release of the Oppo X 2021 rollable smartphone with pull-out display. The device was unveiled during INNO Day 2020. The company also showed a slide phone with three hinges and a retractable screen called the Oppo X 2021. It is therefore safe to expect more from these futuristic smartphones as the Chinese company progressively offers affordable smartphones and revolutionaries.Oppo X Tom Ford-3 slider smartphone

In a research operation, LetsGoDigital managed to obtain new documentation of a stylish and very unique Oppo slider smartphone that will have a rollable display architecture. The documentation, among other details, contains images, wallpapers and other features of an unreleased Oppo smartphone. Comprehensive documentation showed that the back of this rollable smartphone will have a logo giving an idea that the rollable smartphone had input into the design process from famed US designer, famed Tom Ford.Oppo X Tom Ford-3 slider smartphone

Before now, OPPO had not released any statements about a possible collaboration with the leading designer, Tom Ford. From the images available in the leaked documentation, the next smartphone will turn out to be a very beautiful and stylish smartphone. It will have three cameras and a leather back panel, along with a woven fabric and wood-like upholstery.

To further confirm the collaboration with the US designer, on the back of the device there is the inscription: Oppo X Tom Ford – Design for concept Shakira.

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