Oppo Find X2: News, rumours and features
Oppo’s new flagship phone is launching in early 2020. Here’s everything we know about it.
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The Oppo Find X impressed us when it launched last year with a unique pop-up camera and sleek design. The sequel to the Find X has finally been announced.
Oppo has confirmed the next phone in the Find series, the Find X2, will be launching in the first quarter of 2020. The Find X2 will feature faster Snapdragon 865 processing, a new camera sensor and an improved screen.
While Oppo hasn't confirmed much else about the new phone, there are plenty of rumours and speculations floating around to give us some indication of what we can expect from the Oppo Find X2.
- Very few rumours about the design have been confirmed.
- Screen improvements could include higher resolution and faster refresh rate.
- Will it feature the same pop-up camera design as the Find X?
- Camera will contain a new Sony sensor with a faster and more accurate focus.
- Rumours suggest the front-facing camera may be hidden under the screen.
- Will feature Snapdragon 865
- Significantly faster processing than the Find X
- May feature wireless charging.
Pricing and availability
- Launch has been announced for early 2020.
Oppo hasn't announced much about the Find X2, so there's a lot we still don't know.
In addition to faster processing and the new camera sensor, we're hoping to see both SuperVOOC fast charging and wireless charging capabilities.
Oppo has announced that the new phone will be released in the first quarter of 2020. We expect the launch to happen during Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020. MWC is the largest mobile event in the world and will take place from 24 – 27 February in Barcelona, Spain.
Until then, keep an eye on this page and our newsfeed for more rumours and updates about the new Oppo Find X2.Back to top
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