Oppo Announces Find X2 Pro’s with Different Colors flagship

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Find X2 Pro

Today Oppo announces the Find X2 Pro, the first phone to use the Find name since the original Find X in 2018. Unlike this phone, the still unique motorized slide mechanism, which has given Oppo a dull display, is not used. But like this phone, Oppo is the most elegant, fastest, and highest quality device there can ever be to compete with the high-end models from Samsung and Huawei.

First, just look at this color. The Find X2 Pro is available in either black ceramic or this vegan leather version in orange and gold, which seemed ridiculous when I first took it out of the box – but I have to admit that it grows on me. It’s a little vertu, sure, but in a good, bold way. It’s fun to just look at this thing.

Display

Find X2 Pro display

The same goes for the screen, which is clearly one of the best panels in a phone – if not the best. It is a 6.7-inch OLED display (3168 x 1440) with curved edges, HDR10 + support and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is equipped with the Galaxy S20. Unlike Samsung’s latest flagship, however, you can use 120 Hz mode at full 1440p resolution, and Oppo also dynamically adjusts the refresh rate based on the screen content. There is an optical fingerprint sensor in the display and a small hole cut out for the selfie camera.

An unusual element of the screen is that Oppo pairs it with a special custom chip for image processing. It’s called O1 Ultra Vision Engine and does the scaling up of video content to 60 or 120 fps as well as the conversion to HDR. That just sounds like some kind of motion smoothing that I would turn off on my TV right away, but you can turn it on or off with a button in the notification shade. It’s also worth noting that sister company OnePlus has already confirmed that it will use the same technology for its next phone.

Find X2 Pro Camera

Find X2 Pro camera

The Find X2 Pro has a 48-megapixel main camera, but it’s not the same IMX586 sensor that you saw on all Android phones last year. Oppo worked with Sony on a new part called IMX689. The sensor is much larger at 1 / 1.43 inches, which means the pixels are 1.12 microns in size. It’s still smaller than the 1.4-micron pixels you’ll find in conventional 12-megapixel sensors, but this should be an improvement in light-gathering ability.

After the Reno 10x zoom last year, Oppo integrated a second-generation periscope telephoto camera into the Find X2 Pro. It is a 13-megapixel module and the aperture has been increased to 1: 3. Visually, it still offers only 5 times the range of the main camera. But Oppo claims 10 times the hybrid zoom and up to 60 times the digital zoom. Compare that to the Galaxy S20 Ultra, where the “100x Space Zoom”. The camera is actually just a 4x telephoto lens. but in front of a 48-megapixel sensor with greater cropping potential.

After all, there is actually an IMX586 sensor in this phone – only that Oppo uses it for the Ultrawide camera. That means the Ultrawide has a half-inch sensor with an aperture of 1: 2.2. A field of view of 120 degrees. Oppo also says that it can focus up to 3 cm in macro mode. The selfie camera has a 32-megapixel sensor.

Processor and Ram

The Find X2’s regular specifications are as high quality as anything on the market. There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 5G support, 12 GB RAM, 512 GB memory and stereo speakers. The feel is very good. ColorOS 7.1 runs on the phone, based on Android 10. The battery has a capacity of 4,260 mAh and supports the SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging from Oppo. Which in this case should allow a full charge in 38 minutes. Unfortunately, there is still no wireless charging.

Battery

Oppo is also releasing a non-pro version of the X2. The main difference is in the camera system, which uses a less exotic telephoto camera. Another Ultrawide sensor with an aspect ratio of 16: 9 and a resolution of 12 megapixels. Both are said to make it a better option for videos. Other than the 4,200 mAh battery, 256 GB of storage, a slightly thinner and lighter design. And the fact that you can’t get it in orange vegan leather, the specs are otherwise the same.

Overall, the Find X2 Pro will undoubtedly be one of the most powerful and high-quality Android phones on the market. My first impressions are positive, but pre-production software is running on the model I use. So I couldn’t do a full review. Be curious – and for price information that we don’t have yet.

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