Oppo has released a new smartphone on the market on March 6, one of the top models of Oppo comes with all-new available mobile technologies you can expect. The phone comes with all specifications that can class it a high-end device and of course with a high price tag.
The pro version costs about 1200 Euros/1362 USD and the cheaper version costs 1000 Euros/1135 USD.
The Find X2 Pro does pretty much everything you’d expect from a modern flagship smartphone, it combines the latest premium hardware with a camera setup which comes with several high-resolution sensors. Two of the three rear camera modules of the Find X2 Pro have 48 megapixels: the wide-angle lens and the super wide-angle lens camera, this also makes Oppo stand out to use two major sensors as high-resolution using 48MP each. There is also a 13-megapixel Telis camera built in a periscope design. The selfie shooter has 32MP. It sits in display punch-hole on the top left corner of the screen. In the Find X predecessor, Oppo had worked with an extendable front camera.
The Find X2 Pro’s OLED display is 6.7-inches and has a resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels, which means it’s a 3K display in layman language. The maximum refresh rate is 120 Hz a feature that is only available in high-end devices at the moment. To save battery, Oppo wants to adjust the refresh rate depending on the usage scenario.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and 12 GB RAM
A current Snapdragon 865 5G SoC is sitting inside the Oppo Find X2 Pro, and Oppo also installs an ample 12GB of RAM. With its 4260 mAh, the battery should be sufficient for one day of normal use, however, some critiques argue that battery capacity with 120Hz refresh rate is not enough for longer use as the Ultra-HD resolution drains the battery quickly, but Oppo says it’s enough to last for the whole day. The Oppo Find X2 runs on Android 10 and supports the 5G cellular standard. A jack is missing like a MicroSD slot, but the Find X2 Pro comes with 512GB of internal storage.
The Find X2 has a little less space with 256 GB. Otherwise, the little brother of the Pro variant hardly differs from the larger model. Buyers only have to make smaller compromises with the camera: Instead of the second 48-megapixel sensor, Oppo has added a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor in the Find X2.
It is unclear at the moment that Oppo will launch the device in Pakistan or not, the company might launch the Find X and not the pro version because of the price, the pro version goes over Rs200,000 which is not appropriate for even a high-end device in Pakistan.