Oppo postpones the presentation of the Find X2 to March 6


Oppo Find X2
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OPPO had planned to present the Find X2 series at the Mobile World Congress 2020 this month, like many others, but the cancellation of the event caused obvious logistical problems.

At this point, the Chinese company has decided to postpone its presentation for a few weeks, planning a conference for March 6th.

The Find X2 line (we expect at least a couple of devices), according to forecasts, should mount Snapdragon 865 processors and a 120 Hz QHD + display, without renouncing a big battery.

Turning to the photographic sector, the smartphone should bring with it a brand new Sony sensor with Dual Pixel technology and 48 MP resolution in the main rear sensor and, perhaps, 32 MP in the front.

Oppo Find X2

Recently, the Vietnamese Shopee store has revealed, we believe that by mistake, several features of the device. Everything refers to the Oppo Find X2 and not the ‘Pro’ model. The list of features is not complete, but if we add some of the confirmations that Oppo has made and the most important rumors we can get an idea of ​​what is to come.

  • 6.5-inch screen
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of storage
  • 48 + 13 + 8 megapixel rear camera
  • 32-megapixel front camera
  • Metal and glass body
  • 4,065 mAh battery

We must add the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. Also, the 120 Hz refresh rate and the fast load of up to 60W that we expect for this device.

At the moment, we do not know the differences between the normal model and the ‘Pro’, so we will have to wait. What we do know is that this Oppo Find X2 will be one of the best mobiles of all 2020. It arrives with everything necessary to succeed and only remains to know the price imposed by Oppo to international versions.

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