Find X Lamborghini Dials A Dab Of Opulence Into The Smartphone Market

Chances are, if you’re driving a Lamborghini, you have the cash on hand to upgrade the rest of your kit to similar standards. That is, unless you blew all your cash buying the supercar in the first place, then keeping it insured, fueled, and stocked with fresh rubber.

The Italian automaker is ready to hook you up with all manner of goods built to the same standard, and now that includes a smartphone.

Unveiled at the Louvre in Paris, the new OPPO Find X Automobili Lamborghini Edition stems from a new partnership between the the House of the Raging Bull and Guangdong OPPO Mobile Telecommunications – one of China’s leading electronics manufacturers. The high-tech mobile device is decked out in black and orange, and features a three-dimensional Raging Bull badge. But there’s more to it than just branding.

To live up the Lambo’s reputation for speed, the Find X features a quick-charging SuperVOOC system – claimed to be used for the first time in a smartphone – that charges at 50 watts to charge up the battery to full in just 35 minutes. Of course, at that rate, the Huracan Performante will have lapped the Nürburgring five times (with time to spare), but it’s pretty fast for a phone.

The phone features a panoramic curved display and runs on proprietary ColorOS 5.1 (based on Android 8.1) with Google Assistant. It’s said to retail for (deep breath now) a whopping 1,600 euros – more than $1,850 at today’s rates. And what’s more is that the two companies plan on leveraging their new partnership with more products in the future.

“With OPPO’s admirable technology capability and design prowess, we look forward to building a broad and strategic partnership,” said Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali. “The launch of the OPPO Find X Automobili Lamborghini Special Edition in Paris marks the beginning of this enterprise.”

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  • lagunas3ca

    Nothing like all photos of the back of the phone ffs.

    • Status

      It’s another black slab. You’re not missing anything.

      • Maher

        You’re so so soooo wrong. It looks nothing like any other smartphone on the market.

        • Status

          You’ll notice how the 2nd photo shows the front of the phone, and how it looks visually indistinguishable from any other phone that doesn’t have any physical buttons.


    First Huawei – Porsche, now OPPO – Lambo… What next? Ferrari – Xiaomi, or Bentley – Meizu??? And why they don’t choose worldwide manufacturers, etc., Apple, Samsung, Sony, LG, Blackberry??? I’m not mentioning Vertu…
    Now Lamborghini associates with chinese crapphones…

    • Dude

      A deal like this advertises the phone using Lambo’s name. Established brands are big enough that using a car brand would be more like advertising the brand using the phone. ie Porsche owners are already using iPhones and Samsungs, not Oppos. Or maybe it’s because those companies make great phones. Considering this article is about one of the most advanced phones on the market, you should consider taking another look at Chinese manufacturers.

      • ZYGIUS

        OPPO is one off milions chinese ripoff, and yes, i have a great chinese made phone Huawei P20, earlier i had Meizu, but OPPO is aint standing in the same line…

        • Dude[Check JoinDate InProfile]

          Oppo is not “one of millions”. They’re the 4th largest smartphone manufacturer and with about the same market share as Huawei.

  • Vassilis

    So silly. Also, horrible name for a phone.

  • Dude

    This is kind of pointless imo. At least the Ferrari and Bentley phones look luxurious. This is just the same phone with logo on the back.


  • Fonz

    They could atleast have gone with the forged carbon

  • Enter Ranting

    More pointless landfill fodder from the tech industry.

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