Oppo showed its new top model. The Find X2 Pro has everything that defines a high-end cell phone: 120 Hz, strong camera modules and a high price.Reading time:1 min.Save in pocketreadPrint viewread comments28posts
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The Find X2 Pro fulfills pretty much everything you would expect from a modern flagship smartphone: It combines the latest top hardware with a camera setup with several high-resolution sensors. Two of the three rear camera modules of the Find X2 Pro have 48 megapixels: the wide-angle and the super wide-angle camera. There is also a 13 megapixel teliscamera built in a periscope design. The selfie camera has 32 megapixels. It sits in a display hole that is located in the top left of the display. In the Find predecessor, Oppo had worked with an extendable front camera.ALSO READOppo Find X: smartphone with extendable camera instead of notch
The Find X2 Pro’s OLED display measures 6.7 inches and has a resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels. The maximum refresh rate is 120 Hz – a feature that can be found in more and more top models. To save battery, Oppo wants to adjust the refresh rate depending on the usage scenario.
Snapdragon 865 and 12 GB RAM
A current Snapdragon 865 works inside the Oppo Find X2 Pro, and Oppo also installs an ample 12 GB of RAM. With its 4260 mAh, the battery should be sufficient for one day of normal use. 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 512 GB of internal memory.
The Find X2 has a little less space with 256 GB. Otherwise, the little sister of the Pro variant hardly differs from the larger model. Only with the camera, buyers have to make minor compromises: Instead of the second 48-megapixel sensor, Oppo is installing a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module in the Find X2. ( there ) Read comments ( 28 )Go to the homepagedisplay