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Oppo Find X2 with Snapdragon 865 5G confirmed for Q1 2020 launch

12 December 2019 0

On the sidelines of the Oppo Inno Day 2019, Oppo has confirmed that it will launch Find X2 smartphone in Q1 2020. This new phone will be a successor to the Oppo Find X that was released way back in 2018. It was one of the first smartphones to ditch notched display and offer a pop-up camera mechanism.

Oppo has revealed that the Find X2 will be one of the first smartphones to come with Qualcomm's recently revealed Snapdragon 865 processor. Since it is compulsory for OEMs to pair the chipset with Snapdragon X55 5G modem, it is safe to say that this phone will also have 5G connectivity.

The Find X2 is also confirmed to come with a superior display that will be loaded with all the premium features. It means the display panel will have a higher refresh rate, higher resolution, more accurate color reproduction, and a better dynamic range. This should result in a premium media consumption experience.

Oppo is known for focusing on the camera performance of its phones and Find X2 is no different. It will come with a custom Sony sensor with All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF compatibility. This will result in improved low-light performance and improved focus on smaller objects with higher accuracy.

As of now, Oppo is preparing for the Reno 3 Pro 5G launch on December 26th which will be its first-ever 5G smartphone. It further has AR glasses, an in-display selfie camera phone, a smartwatch, and a 5G hub in the pipeline for release next year.

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Oppo Find X2 with Snapdragon 865 5G confirmed for Q1 2020 launch
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