Oppo, the Chinese brand, earned a lot of attention due to the sliding (motorized) rear camera setup as well as the front camera on its smartphone Oppo Find X released in 2018. This meant the device could leave the complete display screen free from holes/notches etc. It allowed for the bezels to be shrunk as well. The company is now planning to launch the phone’s successor, the Oppo Find X2. There is very little information available on this device, except that there will be a mammoth 50W wireless charging support for the device.
Leaks on Wireless Charging and Possible CPU
This information has come through a Chinese source, Digital Chat Station. This is more in the form of a leak and there is no official confirmation for it as yet.
The reaction to this development from the market is if the wireless charging itself is going to be 50W then the wired charging could be the same or even higher, again subject to confirmation.
The other speculation on this Oppo Find X2 is that it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865SoC processor. The logical reasoning behind this is that when the Oppo Find X was released, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845SoC was the latest processor from the chipset maker and Oppo fitted it. The Oppo Find X2 is likely to be released in 2020 and the Snapdragon 865 will be leading the table.
The Oppo Find X2 could well be a 5G phone with the market for 5G smartphones expected to be very strong in 2020.
Though there are no other specs or features available about this device, it can be assumed that it will be a premium offering if it improves on the specs found in its predecessor. The Oppo Find X has a 6.42inch display and 8GB RAM. Will the Oppo Find X2 be sporting a 10GB or 12GB RAM?
The camera section is another area that will be interesting to look for. From the middle of 2018 till now there has been a revolution of sorts in the smartphone cameras. The Oppo Find X had 20MP+16MP sensors in the rear and 25MP in the front. Comparable smartphones now have 64P sensors as the primary shooters.
Await more information to emerge about this new phone from Oppo.
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