OPPO Find X was officially introduced in 2018, and recently the company is planning to replace it by its successor- OPPO Find X2. As per the report, the smartphone will be unwrapped on 22 February in Barcelona and will be brought to view in MWC 2020 show between 24 to 27 February. Now, as per a report, the upcoming OPPO Find X2 render leaked online.
OPPO Find X2 render is shared by slashleak, which seems like a fan-made render without any collaboration with all the info that appeared online so far.
The render shows that the OPPO Find X2 will have a punch-hole display at the top left corner. The screen seems to curve at the edges with a thin bezel. The render also shows the volume rocker on the left side and the power button on the right side.
From the previous reports, the Find X2 will have a 6.5-inches QHD+ display with an option to switch between 60Hz to 120Hz refresh rate on the device.
The rear panel render showcases a triple-camera setup on the top left corner with a LED flash. The first lens could be a periscope lens as per the shape.
From the leaks and rumors, the Find X2 is expected to have a custom-made Sony IMX689 48MP image sensor, said to be built by a partnership from SONY and OPPO. The camera will be capable of capturing wide-angle shots, and Find X2 will be the first one to have this image sensor. A 13MP telephoto lens is also expected in the triple camera setup. In the front, the phone may have a SONY IMX616 32MP sensor.
There will be a Snapdragon 865 processor under the hood coupled with Snapdragon X55 5G modem. There are likewise reports it will have an LPDDR5 RAM. The phone will likewise have a unique chip called the OPPO M1 that is created to decrease power intake due to the high resolution and high refresh rate of the screen.
In charging, the phone will have a 65W SuperVOOC fast charge as well as wireless fast charging and the will on ColorOS based on Android 10 out of the box.