We know for sure that the Oppo Find X2 is happening in Q1 of next year and it will be an impressive piece of tech like its predecessor. But no one saw the 50W wireless charging feature coming.
The first Find X surprised us with blazing-fast wired charging (among other things) and the successor wants to make a lasting impression with its fast wireless charging, since this is becoming a thing now. The information comes from a reputable leakster on Weibo accompanied by a photo of a circuit board but no details have been given regarding the spy shot, though.
Still, we would advise you against getting your hopes up too soon. We already saw Oppo's 30W wireless charging in action, but even that is only yet available in a single prototype device.
The jump to 50W wireless charging seems a bit too much so we'd be properly impressed if Oppo was able to pull it off. Even doing 30W would be quite impressive though, seeing how most other makers can barely get there with cable charging.
Phones have become taller but have less width to accommodate newer screen display ratio and ease of use in one hand. Software has been geared towards the same. So taller phones being tough to handle is becoming a myth.
This is definitely interesting and some ifruit company managed to give 5V/1A charger into the box. Funny.
Prepare for toasty phones guys!