It is expected that the OPPO Find X2 series will be launched on March 6. The difference between Find X2 and Find X2 Pro is not yet confirmed. However, according to sources, both have similar details, such as a 120Hz refresh rate. In particular, OPPO Find X2 Pro Smartphone is the most expected one because it promises to be a worthy competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Today, a source has shared a back-side leaked image of Find X2 Pro. As we can see, the rear vertical triple-camera setup adopted. Which is composed of a pair of 48MP sensors, with the Sony IMX689 sensor that should power the main camera and the IMX586 on the ultra-wide. Finally, there is the 13MP Samsung S5K3M5 ISOCELL sensor, which should offer a 5x hybrid zoom, through a periscope module.
Impressive configuration of OPPO Find X2 Pro
Recently, the source of the Digital chat station has revealed almost the entire configuration of the Find X2 Pro with the super quality of the device.
As many sources have mentioned before, the screens in the Find X2 pair will be incredible. Apparently, the Pro will have a 6.7-inch QHD unit, with a 120Hz native refresh rate and a likely 240Hz touch sample rate. The Pro panel, courtesy of Samsung, will also apparently be capable of 120Hz in its native QHD resolution.
After that, these new specs show FullHD video capture at 120fps, rather than the desired 4K and 8K features. Although the Find X2 Pro uses the same Snapdragon 865 chipset as the S20 series.
Speaking of cameras, the Find X2 Pro will use a pair of 48MP sensors. With the Sony IMX689 sensor that should power the main camera and the IMX586 on the ultra-wide. Finally, there is the 13MP Samsung S5K3M5 ISOCELL sensor, which should offer a 5x hybrid zoom, through a periscope module. At the front – we have a 32MP selfie unit.
The source also said Oppo Find X2 Pro smartphone has a battery of 4260mAh, with super quick charging 65W. It is also part of the package – protection rating of IP68, dual speaker configuration and a “linear X-axis motor”. Which probably refers to an advanced haptic vibration mechanism.
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