Beginning at the close of the previous year, leaks concerning Oppo’s forthcoming flagship series, the Find X6, and Oppo Find pro, began. However, as attention was shifted to the company’s foldable smartphone, the Find N2 and Find N2 flip, the leaks stopped. The X6 series, which has recently been in the spotlight, is slated to make its official debut the month after next. The preliminary specifications for three different models have been made available to the public.
Oppo Find X6 Pro specs:
The upcoming Oppo Find X6 Pro will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU like its predecessor. A new iteration of the Pro version will make use of the Dimensity 9200 in its place. At long last, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will be available for the unlocked version of the Find X6. The Gen 2 8 is anticipated to include LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, in contrast to the other two phones, which are presumed to make use of antiquated technical specifications.
On the rear of each of the three phones will be a triple camera array capable of 50 megapixels, however, the three phones will each utilize a unique sensor combination. An IMX989, which is Sony’s 1″ sensor that is now utilized in devices such as Xiaomi’s 12S Ultra and Vivo’s X90 Pro+, will make the 8 Gen 2-powered Find X6 Pro stand out from the crowd. The IMX890, a sensor measuring 1/1.56 inches that are found in the OnePlus 11, will serve as the foundation for the other two cameras.
Behind each of the lenses that are located on the back of the Oppo Find X6 Pro with Dimensity will be an IMX890 sensor. The vanilla model will use different sensors for each of the three lenses: IMX890 for the main, ISOCELL JN1 for the ultra wide, and IMX763 for the telephoto.
Each of the three will be equipped with a 3D ToF sensor as well as a 13-channel color sensor to support the Hasselblad features. The front of each X6 phone will have an RGBW IMX709 sensor that has a resolution of 32 megapixels. Take note that only the two Pro versions will use the second-generation MariSilicon X2 ISP. The vanilla model will continue to use the MariSilicon ISP that was introduced in the first place.
The two Pro models will be the only ones that can use the 6.82-inch AMOLED display that has a refresh rate of 120Hz (Samsung E6 screen). In addition, the batteries will have a capacity of 5,000 mAh and will be able to charge at either 100 or 50 watts when connected to a power source. They will also have a resistance to dust and water equivalent to IP68, which will be the icing on the cake.
The base model of the Oppo Find X2 will sport a somewhat more compact 6.74″ AMOLED display made by Tianma, which will still have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The capacity of the battery will be 4,800mAh, and it will charge at 80W over a cable connection or at 30W wirelessly. The phone will be resistant to water, although there is a possibility that it will not have an official IP classification.
In February, Oppo is likely going to introduce the Find X6 series to the market.