OPPO surprised everyone in 2018 by launching the Find X with a futuristic bezel-less design and a very elegant motorized front slide-up front camera. The special Lamborghini edition of the phone also was the device to support 50W SuperVOOC fast charge which is now present on the Realme X2 Pro. The Find X was the first phone in the OPPO’s iconic Find series after a long hiatus since the Find 7 in 2014. The phone’s successor was expected in 2019 but instead, the company announced Reno series of smartphones whose third-generation device, Reno 3 is about to launch on December 26. The Find series was thought to be dead until the company at the end of OPPO INNO Day event, held at Shenzhen, revealed it to be coming in Q1 2020 with the Find X2.
Apart from revealing the launch of Find X2, OPPO even dropped some information about its upcoming premium smartphone. The company said displays on smartphones still lag behind and hence it will emphasize more on display resolution, colours, dynamic range, and refresh rate to provide an overall better viewing experience on the Find X2. As far as SoC is concerned, the brand even confirmed it to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. Since this silicon wafer comes with the separate Snapdragon X55 modem, the phone will support both sub-6GHz and mmWave 5G networks.
Additionally, OPPO has even partnered with Sony to bring its latest ‘2×2 On-Chip Lens Solution’ which will improve the focus performance to a large extent with the help of ‘All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF’ technology. Also, we could see an in-screen camera which was demoed at the INNO Day event but we urge you to take this piece of information with a pinch of salt as the company did not say anything about it.
Looking at the set of features mentioned above, the OPPO Find X2 will be the one smartphone to look in Q1 2020 apart from Samsung’s Galaxy S11 series and the rumoured Moto Razr-akin to the Galaxy Fold.
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