Oppo Find X5 Pro with Model Number Appears on Indonesian Telecom Website

The Oppo Find X5 Pro has already surfaced in previous rumours, which showcases a rather irregular camera design for the flagship phone.


The Oppo Find X5 Pro has surfaced on the Indonesian Telecom website, suggesting an impending launch for the smartphone in Indonesia. According to the certification, the device is now cleared to launch in the Indonesian market. However, no further technical details were revealed in the certification — except for the code name of the device suggesting the Find X5 Pro’s impending launch.

Interestingly, the primary camera details of the Oppo Find X5 Pro have also been revealed, suggesting a number of key technical details of the smartphone. The primary camera unit is tipped to offer an f/1.7 primary lens, along with optical image stabilisation. This largely corroborates with previously revealed technical renders of the alleged flagship smartphone.

The Oppo Find X5 Pro is slated to be one of the multiple variants of the new Oppo Find X series flagship smartphones that the company has confirmed to launch in early 2022. So far, leaked technical details have suggested that the Find X5 Pro will offer the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC by Qualcomm. The device is also expected to feature a 6.78-inch display, with an AMOLED screen, 120Hz refresh rate and quad HD+ image stabilisation.

The Find X5 Pro is also expected to feature at least two 50MP cameras, in a camera module that appears to be shaped rather irregularly. Other details include a 5,000mAh battery with either 80W or 125W fast charging standard. The device is also slated to feature a periscope zoom lens, while a drill hole slot to the front should house a front camera as per usual.

The Oppo Find X5 is expected to be launched in at least three variants — a low range X5 Lite, a standard X5 and a top of the range X5 Pro. So far, it’s not clear as to whether all the variants would be launched in every eligible market. It will also be interesting to see how the device may be priced — and how its new MariSilicon X NPU would work in the device.