Later today Oppo will unveil its brand-spanking new flagship smartphones, the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro. And now, mere hours before the event, their full specs have leaked alongside press images and European pricing - because yes, these models are headed to the EU. Let's see what we can expect.
The Pro version comes with a 6.7-inch 1440x3168 OLED touchscreen with 20:9 aspect ratio, 120Hz refresh rate and Gorilla Glass 6 on top. There's a punch-hole 32 MP selfie camera in the top left of that screen.
On the back the Find X2 Pro will be available in ceramic (for the Ceramic Black colorway) and there's also going to be an orange version with vegan leather. No glass here. The ceramic iteration will weigh 207g, while the leather one tips the scales at 200g.
The phone's dimensions are 165.2 x 74.4 mm. Its thickness is 8.8 mm for the ceramic version, and 9.5 mm if you go with leather on the back.
The Find X2 Pro has the Snapdragon 865 chipset at the helm, aided by 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 512GB of UFS 3.0 storage that isn't expandable. 5G support is baked in, as is a 4,260 mAh battery that goes from zero to full in just 38 minutes with the included 65W charger.
The phone runs Android 10 with the latest ColorOS skin on top, and features IP65 water and dust resistance. This means it's "dust tight", but can only withstand being subjected to water jets, not being submerged.
The main feature is the camera system on the rear. There's a new 48 MP main Sony IMX689 1/1.43" sensor with 1.12 µm pixel size, dual-pixel autofocus, and OIS. We expect this to be a Quad-Bayer sensor, which means it will spit out 12 MP images with an equivalent pixel size of 2.24 µm. That's quite impressive.
But wait, there's a second 48 MP sensor in the Find X2 Pro too, this one the IMX586, as well as a 13 MP zoom camera with OIS and 1 µm pixel size. This enables 5x optical zoom, while combined with the other sensors you get 10x hybrid zoom. Digital zoom will take you all the way up to 60x.
The Find X2 Pro will cost a whopping €1,199 in the EU, which is a lot - but still €50 less than the 5G version of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ with an equivalent 512GB of storage, for what it's worth. Oh, and it's €350 less than the S20 Ultra with 512GB of storage. Still, this is a big gamble for Oppo, because it definitely lacks Samsung's brand recognition in the continent.
The X2 is a toned down version of the Pro, basically. It has the exact same screen, but its back is Gorilla Glass 6 and not fancy ceramic or leather. From this point on we'll only list where the X2 differs from the X2 Pro.
The Find X2 has 256GB of non-expandable UFS 3.0 storage, its color options are black and blue, and the battery is 4,200 mAh - though it charges just as quick as the Pro's in 38 minutes. Dimensions are 164.9 x 74.5 x 8 mm, and it weighs 196g.
This model only has IP54 certification, which means it's dust protected (but not dust tight), and can only withstand splashes of water.
The camera system is different too. The main sensor is the 48 MP Sony IMX 586, accompanied by a 12 MP ultrawide with 1.4µm pixel size, and a 13 MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom and 20x max digital zoom.
The Oppo Find X2 will be priced at €999, which is exactly as much as the Galaxy S20 with 5G and 128GB of storage, but €100 less than the S20+ with 128GB and €350 less than the S20 Ultra.
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Nice phone. But it has same score as Mi 10, not more. Plus Mi 10 is way cheaper.
Just a correction. This leak claimed that the X2 has IP54 & X2 Pro has IP55 rating. In reality, X2 indeed had IP54, but X2 Pro has IP68 rating.