The OPPO Find X, released last June, was the first telephone to feature a truthful “all-screen” concept made possible by stationary pop-up camera systems. While not launching this year a successor to the Find X, OPPO has now revealed (via XDA Developers) that it is operating on the Find X2 and considers to unveil the flagship phone during the first quarter of 2020 at some point. The Find X2 will operate on a Snapdragon 865 like most flagship phones announced next year.
Together with the latest mobile flagship processor from Qualcomm, Find X from OPPO will bring a few new features to the table. Find X2 will have a far better display than its predecessor, according to the product. The new mobile screen will have a faster refresh rate, higher resolution, increased dynamic range, and a wider range of colors.
Oppo Find X2 rumored specifications
The Find X2 will come along with the newly introduced image sensor from Sony, as per a report on XDA Developers. It has a bigger sensor size for sharper focus and sensitivity to light. Oppo worked with Sony on the Find X2 and will use its 22 On-Chip Lens Solution. This will include a technology called “All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF.” The firm will also boost the screen of the handset and it will presumably have a refresh rate of 90Hz to 120Hz.
When it will launch in Q1 2020, we’ll get to know more about the OPPO Find X2. We have no word yet on valuations or availability, but we can expect it to be expensive as it will have 5G assistance, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, the state-of-the-art smartphone technology of OPPO, and is in the premium Find series of OPPO.