OPPO Find X2, Find X2 Pro Set to Launch in India on June 17, to be Available Via Amazon

OPPO's readying the launch of its flagship class Find X2 series devices in India later this month.

OPPO Find X2 Series Poster

OPPO is readying the launch of two new flagship grade handsets in India later this month. The devices in question here are the OPPO Find X2 and the more expensive OPPO Find X2 Pro. Both these smartphones were launched a few months ago internationally. The India launch, however, was affected by the country-wide lockdown that came into effect by March-end. Anyway, now that the country is gradually opening up, OPPO has decided that now is a good time for the launch of both these handsets. The company has teased the arrival of the Find X2 series via the company’s official Twitter handle. The tweet also indicates that the phones shall be sold via Amazon. OPPO India has also updated its website, where you can now see a large poster for the new Find X2 devices.

Take a look at the poster below.

OPPO Find X2 Pro

We at MySmartPrice Gear have extensively covered the Find X2 series in the past. However, if you haven’t heard of either of these phones and are wondering what the differences between the two are, here’s a brief lowdown.

As you might have already guessed by the naming scheme, the ‘Pro’ version of the Find X2 is the more advanced (and pricier) of the two and gets a few more tricks under its sleeve compared to the standard variant. The rest of the specs are near-identical, though.

Let us take a look at the similarities first.

Both the phones come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, which is currently the fastest SoC available for Android smartphones. Both the handsets get identical displays with the same tech-specs. The displays in question here are AMOLED panels that measure 6.7-inches across. Both the panels boast of a resolution of 1440 x 3168 pixels and support HDR10+ as well as 120Hz refresh rate and 250Hz touch sampling. For protection, the displays get Corning Gorilla Glass 6. Both the phones claim a max brightness of 800 nits. Both the devices also get identical front-facing cameras (a 32MP sensor) housed within a punch-hole.

As for the differences, while both the phones are near identical in looks and design, there are slight differences in their overall dimensions and weight. The battery capacities also differ slightly. While the Find X2 gets a 4200mAh battery, the Pro gets a marginally larger 4260mAh cell. Both the batteries support the company’s 65W fast charging technology. Other differences mainly pertain to the RAM, storage, and color options on offer. The Pro model obviously gets the higher RAM and storage option (up to 12GB RAM and 512GB storage). Note that both the handsets do not get a microSD card slot for memory expansion.

While both the phones get a triple camera setup at the rear, both the phones use different sensors. Here’s a ready reckoner that will let you easily differentiate between the camera setup on these two phones

OPPO Find X2 Pro Camera Specs

  • 48MP (IMX689) primary with f/1.7 lens
  • 48MP (IMX586) secondary ultra-wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture and 120-degree FoV
  • 13MP periscope camera with f/3.0 lens, 10x hybrid zoom, Ultra Night Mode 3.0

OPPO Find X2 Camera Specs

  • 48MP (IMX586) primary camera with f/1.7 lens
  • 12MP (IMX708) secondary ultra-wide-angle camera with f/2.2 lens and 120-degree FoV
  • 13MP telephoto camera with f/2.4 aperture, 5x hybrid zoom, Ultra Night Mode 3.0

Both the handsets will run the newest iteration of ColorOS7 at launch which, as you know, is based on Android 10.

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