OPPO FIND X2 PRO
OPPO FIND X2 PRO:
Oppo has unveiled the “Oppo Find X2 Pro” alongside the “Oppo Find X2” at its MWC 2020 replacement event – and going on first impressions, the Pro model could be one of the most accomplished smartphones of 2020, as it seems that Oppo has maxed-out almost every feature on the handset.
Its first phone to use the Find name since the original “Find X” in 2018. Unlike that phone, it doesn’t use the still-unique motorized sliding mechanism that helped Oppo achieve a notch-less display. But like that phone, it does see Oppo turning out the sleekest, fastest, most premium device it possibly can to compete with the highest-end models from the likes of Samsung and Huawei.
OPPO FIND X2 PRO Launch Date:
“We don’t currently know if the phone will be coming to the US, but it’s certainly coming to Australia and the UK in May this year.”
As for the color options, the “OPPO Find X2 Pro” smartphone may come in Black, Orange colors.
Features and Specifications:
Space: Single SIM
SIM Size: Nano-SIM/Nano-USIM
*5G SA function will be supported with OTA updates while the carrier’s network is available.*
2. Design and Display:
The “Oppo Find X2 Pro” doesn’t have a lot of design language in common with its predecessor, the Find X (there wasn’t an X Pro), as it doesn’t have that phone’s pop-up front camera. Instead, the front camera is nestled in a cut-out section in the top-left corner of the screen.
The display is curved to a 68-degree angle at the side edges, which feels quite pronounced, although not as much so as Oppo’s ‘Waterfall’ display tech (which hasn’t appeared in a commercially-available phone yet).
Screen Size: 6.7 inches (diagonal)
Screen Ratio: 93.1%
Resolution: 3168*1440 (3K QHD+).
Refresh Rate: up to 120Hz.
Touch Sampling Rate: up to 240Hz.
Colour Depth: 8+2-bit (1.07 billion colors).
Color Gamut: 100% P3 (typical)Pixel Density: 513 PPI Contrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1 (typical).
Brightness: overall peak brightness of 800 nits (typical), local peak brightness 1,200 nits (typical).
Screen Material: Corning® Gorilla® Glass 6.
WLAN: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax; WLAN 2.4G/WLAN 5.1G/WLAN 5.8G/WLAN Display; 2×2 MIMO; support Wi-Fi 6
Bluetooth Version: Bluetooth v5.1
USB Interface: Type-C
Earphone Jack: USB Type-C
Version: USB 3.1
USB OTG: supported
Back to the good stuff: The “Find X2 Pro’s” cameras are great. It’s a versatile setup that turns in consistently good results, though without necessarily pulling the kind of machine-learning magic tricks that Google and Huawei trade on. To my eyes, the photos have a kind of “neutral plus one” look, as if some solid but flat default JPEGs have been given just an extra notch of vibrancy. The night mode is good, the hybrid zoom is usable to 20x or so, and the ultra-wide camera is much better than most others.
A. Rear Camera:
Ultra Vision Camera System48MP Wide Angle Camera Sony IMX689 sensor, 1/1.4″ sensor size, f/1.7 aperture, 7P lens, All Pixel Omni-Directional PDAF, Dual Native ISO, 12-bit True Capture, Ultra Night Mode 3.0, Live HDR Video, Ultra Steady Video48MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera Sony IMX586 sensor, 1/2″ sensor size, f/2.2 aperture, 6P lens, 120° field of view, 3cm ultra macro shooting, Ultra Night Mode 3.0, Ultra Steady Video Pro13MP Periscope Telephoto Camera/3.0 aperture, 5P lens, second-generation 10x hybrid zoom, up to 60x digital zoom.
B. Front Camera:
32MP Selfie Camera/2.4 aperture, 5P lens, AI beautification, intelligent fill light mode, support night mode algorithms.
- Image Stabilization: Dual Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) + Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS).
- Focusing Method: Contrast-Detection Autofocus (CDAF)+Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) +Laser Autofocus (LAF).
- Shooting Mode: Photo, Video, Professional Mode, Panorama Mode, Portrait, Night Mode, Time-Lapse Photography, Slow Motion, etc.
- Image Size: The rear cameras support up to 8000*6000 resolution (48MP mode) and 4000*3000 resolution (ordinary mode); the front camera supports up to 6560*4928 resolution.
- Video Shooting: The rear cameras support 4K@60fps/30fps, 1080P@60fps/30fps, 720P@60fps/30fps; the front camera supports 1080P/720P@30fps.
There’s plenty of reason to believe the “Oppo Find X2 Pro” will be a processing powerhouse: it’s got the top-end Snapdragon™ 865 chipset. This Snapdragon chipset endows the Find X2 Pro with super-fast 5G connectivity, as it has a 5G modem built-in; Oppo told our source there won’t be 4G-only X2 handset.
Speed: up to 2.84GHzCPU
Type: Octa-core, 64-bit
GPU: Adreno 650
“12GB RAM+512GB ROM”
RAM Type: LPDDR5
ROM Type: UFS 3.0
External Memory: not supported
*The available internal storage may be smaller as part of the internal storage is occupied by software. Actual memory space may change due to application updates, user operations, and other related factors.*
Oppo answers that the Find X2 Pro has super-fast wired charging, which is true. The proprietary 65W Super VOOC 2.0 system fills the 4,260mAh battery from zero to 100 percent in 38 minutes, meaning you at least don’t have to keep the phone tethered to the charger for long.
“There’s an optical in-display fingerprint sensor”
Other Sensors: Color Temperature Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Barometer, Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor, Accelerometer, Gyro Sensor, Support “step counting function”.
Location Technology: Built-in GPS. Support A-GPS, Beidou, Glonass, Galileo.
“The phone runs ColorOS 7.1, based on Android 10(Q) operating system”
OPPO FIND X2 PRO PRICE:
OPPO is a major player in major non-US markets for a reason, and the “Find X2 Pro” is its most convincing device yet. This would be my main phone if I could stick it on a Qi pad, and it feels worthy of its €1,099 ($1,180) price. That makes it a direct challenge to the Galaxy S20 Plus, which doesn’t have a periscope telephoto camera. (For that, you’d have to step up to the €1,349 / $1,399 S20 Ultra.)
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