Thanks to his executive position at Oppo, Brian Shen gets to try the upcoming Oppo Find X2 before its announcement. In his most recent tweet, he reported the impact of the screenís 120Hz mode on the battery life.
In his daily usage, he got 7.9 hours of screen on time. Thatís already impressive, but according to Shen the Intelligent refresh rate mode (which automatically selects the appropriate refresh rate) can extent battery life by 10%.
The phone will boast Super VOOC 2.0, which charges the 4,065mAh battery at up to 65W, so top ups will be quick and painless.
As for the screen itself, Oppoís teasers have revealed that the Find X2 will have a 1440p+ 120Hz display, most likely an OLED (a Samsung-made panel claim rumors). Also, there will be a single selfie cam in a punch hole located in the upper left corner.
The Find X2 will be unveiled alongside the Android Wear-powered Oppo Watch on March 6. These leaked promo shots offer a decent look at the back and front of the phone, including the periscope camera on the back, if you're curious what the phone looks like.
Well, not really. Don't believe in all you read. The difference is more than 10-15%. Is more like 20%. Until we have the device to test it, it's all fake news to me. If you believe in all junk news that appear every day, your too naïve. Please r...
Ok thank you for enlightening me. This is how forums should be. We should all focus on learning from each other rather than bashing each other.