This is it. The highly anticipated new Oppo Find devices has been revealed. As with most of today’s flagship, there are two devices: Oppo Find X2 Pro and Oppo Find X2. To be honest, I do not even know how began. Perhaps, we should start with the battery like the online presentation did.
No, wait. Heck. Lets get on with the highlights and that include a 120 Hz 6.7-inch QHD+ (3,168 x 1,440 pixels) OLED display touting “true billion color,” O1 Ultra Vision Engine, up to 240 Hz sampling rate, AI adaptive display system, 65 W SuperVOOC 2.0 that can topped the phone’s 4,200 mAh battery in 38 minutes, and of course, they are 5G devices powered by Snapdragon 865+Dual-mode 5G.
Differentiating the two are mainly the storage with the non-Pro getting 256 GB while the Pro model has 512 GB, the battery (4,260 mAh for the Pro and 4,200 for the non-Pro), and the camera system. No expandable storage here, I am afraid.
Both models has 12 GB RAM, LPDDR5 – no less and UFS 3.0 flash storage. On the imaging front, the Pro model has an Ultra Vision Camera System comprising of a 48 MP wide-angle camera, a 48 ultra wide-angle camera, and 13 MP periscope telephoto camera. The front is hole punch camera boasting a 32 MP sensor.
As for the non-pro model, it has a 48 MP wide-angle camera, a 12 MP ultra wide-angle camera, a 13 MP telephoto camera, plus a 32 MP hole punch selfie camera.
Other common details include Dolby Atmos and dual stereo speakers, Wi-Fi 6 support, wireless supporting up to 802.11 ax, 2×2 MIMO, Type-C (USB 3.1) port, NO headphone jack, NFC, hidden fingerprint sensor, GPS (A-GPS, Beidou, GLONASS, Galileo), hardware upscaling video contents to HDR, and finally, Android 10-based ColorOS 7.1 (something which Oppo is particularly proud of).