The very popular Chinese smartphone-maker Oppo has lately introduced their new Find X2 range of handsets, the second generation of their ‘all-screen’ lineup of their premium devices.
The two phones The Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 Pro with the pro variant of the handset also offering the top-end specifications.
While on the other hand, the original Oppo Find X utilized a very large sliding-shelf mechanism to hide both the front and their rear cameras when they are not in use, their successors opt for the somewhat less novel approach of a punch-hole selfie camera and also standard rear triple-camera array.
The new X2 pro is also the first phone to use Sony new IMX689 imaging sensor for the phone’s primary camera, which is also the largest sensor size among all 48 MP mobile camera sensors, this is according to Oppo.
This should theoretically translate into some of the great images and Sony’s imaging sensors are widely used across today’s best flagship devices.
Apart from the primary wide-angle 48MP camera, the phone will be having another 46MP ultra-wide companion, and also a 13MP sensor behind a telephoto lens which is capable of 10x Hybrid zoom.
The standard Oppo Find X2 comes with a 13MP telephoto, it also has a 12MP video lens and also a 48Mp main camera.
Both the phones come with 6.7 inch AMOLED screens with a 120Hz refresh rate. Each of the features a QHD+ resolution, the phones have a maximum brightness of 1200 nits, HDR 10+ certification, and they also can upscale regular content to 60fps or 120fps using their O1 Ultra Vision Engine Processor.
Powering the alleged beast is the very latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 which also brings with it 5G Connectivity as a standard, so there will not be the 4G only version of this phone.