It was reported a month ago by Digital Chat Station that the Oppo Find X6 Pro will have three cameras with a resolution of 50 megapixels each on the back of the device. Today, we found out that the standard Find X6 will have the same configuration.
According to the report, the primary camera will not have the 1″ Sony IMX 989 sensor but instead will have the more compact but still competent Sony IMX890, which will have an aperture of f/1.8 and optical image stabilization. MariSilicon X NPU will be included in the Find X6 camera configuration, which was also created in collaboration with Hasselblad.
The primary camera setup is shared by a few different Oppo phones, including the foldable Find N2 and the Reno9 Pro series (both the Plus and the regular versions), so if it seems like you’ve seen it before, that’s because you have.
The source of the leak stated that one of the other two 50MP cameras is an ultra-wide-angle shooter, but there aren’t many details available about it. On the other hand, the other one has been translated by the machine as “basic periscope,” and we can only assume that they mean the traditional 2-3x telephoto zoom that was found in the Find X5 before it.
The thickness of the phone will range from 9.2 millimetres at the bottom to 12.3 millimetres at the camera, and it will weigh 207 grammes.