Compared to Oppo‘s previous offerings, the Oppo Find X2 Pro could be disappointing due to its price. But then, it’s the flagship handset in its own name. Often, most flagship versions, regardless of name, are costly in one form or another. But are the specifications of the handset sufficiently to warrant the price customers are prepared to pay? Keep reading to find out.
Right off the gate, this handset has one of the finest screens out there, if not “the” finest. With its 1440 x 3168 resolution, it has a snappy 6.7 “screen with a 120Hz refresh rate that really goes well. No other phones are actually capable of this feat. Even Samsung phones with 120Hz panels do not deliver the same high quality without lowering their displays’ refresh rate.
Oppo’s smartphone is right where we will like it when it comes to performance. It has an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC (7nm+) with an Adreno 640 GPU. This combination is combined with 12 GB of LPDDR5 memory. The phone also comes with a strong 512 GB UFS 3.0 built-in storage. There is no microSD space, but 512 GB of easy storage and cloud storage are decent enough for most consumers.
Charging is also easy. In only 38 minutes, the Oppo Find X2 Pro goes from nil to a hundred. The device has a battery of 4,260 mAh. Battery life is very decent, although not even that amazing. But with quick charging, unless you’re out all day and not near a power source, this won’t really be a dealbreaker. While wireless charging is not available on the handset, again, with wired charging is enough.
The new top-of-the-line phone from Oppo also has an optical under-display fingerprint reader. NFC and stereo loudspeakers are also available on Oppo Find X2 Pro.
It’s not the typical three- or four-camera setup for the camera package at the back. Compared to other handheld image sensors that only have 1/2.0 “at 0.8μm measurements, the key 48MP shooter has a bigger 1/1.43” sensor at 1.12μm pixels. Oppo’s flagship phone also has a super-wide camera and a 5x zoom 13MP telephoto image that is 1x better than its competitors. The front camera is indeed 32MP.
Oppo Find X2 Pro does not receive the attention it merits, considering all the specifications. This may be attributed to how the business promotes the goods. Ideally, the next version will be better marketed enough that buyers and cell phone enthusiasts will understand that smartphones’ universe does not only revolve around established brands such as Apple and Samsung.