21 February 2020
The next high-end smartphone to come from Oppo's stable is Find X2. This flagship phone is confirmed for a Q1 2020 release which means we are getting closer to the same. This is the reason that leaks have also started to pour in and now, an alleged Oppo Find X2 real-life pic and screen protector have surfaced online.
The leaked real-life pic shows that the Find X2 will sport a punch-hole display. It has a smaller punch-hole on the top left corner and also features very slim bezels. The display panel seems to be curved more than the usual but not enough to fall in the "waterfall" display category. The user interface shown on the phone is of the display settings where a user can choose between 60Hz and 120Hz refresh rate. It corroborates a previous leak that the smartphone will feature a 120Hz display panel.
Next up, we have the Find X2 screen protector to talk about that gives an idea about the front panel design. It shows the same things which we talked about above. It means one can see the punch-hole display with almost negligible bezels on all four sides. It also has a slight curve to accommodate the curved display panel of the smartphone.
The Oppo Find X2 is set to be a true Android flagship with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. It will offer 5G connectivity and support both SA and NSA modes. There is no concrete information about the battery capacity but is rumored to feature 65W SuperVOOC fast charging tech. It is said to charge the smartphone fully within only 35 minutes. Oppo is also reported to announce a more premium variant named Find X2 Pro at the same launch event.