Oppo Find X2 Pro surfaces in live images along with key specs

Oppo Find X2 Pro

The Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro smartphones are nearing the shores. For that reason, it’s natural to see many leaks popping out everywhere. Today, Lazada, an online retailer site from The Philippines listed the unannounced Oppo Find X2 Pro. It reveals some of the key specifications found in the handset. Shortly after the listing was taken later, an Oppo representative confirmed that the e-commerce website mistakenly published the listing ahead of the schedule. However, when you publish something in the web, it’s almost impossible to control the damage. Along with the specifications, the folks at Slashleaks also shared some live shots of the Find X2 Pro.

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According to Lazada, the Find X2 Pro will be priced at 62,990 PHP (~$1,232) in the country. Customers will also get Enco Q1 wireless Bluetooth headset, Rockspace R51 wireless power bank, and a 1,000PHP (~$20) voucher. The e-commerce listing also revealed a set of high-quality renders of the smartphone.

Oppo Find X2 Pro specifications

The retailers list the smartphone with 4G connectivity. It also reveals a 6.7-inch AMOLED display and the device is fueled by the Snapdragon 865 chipset. The processing power is assisted by 12HB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage. Moving on to the rear, we have a 64MP + 8MP + 2MP triple camera setup. On the front, there is a 32MP selfie snapper living inside of a punch-hole. The smartphone draws power from a 4,260mAh battery with SuperVOOC charging support. The smartphone has 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and dual nano-SIM support. Worth noting that it runs Android 10 with ColorOS 7 running atop.

While some of the specifications don’t fit with previous leaks, we have to advert you to digest this news with a pinch or two of salt. The X2 Pro will be revealed along with the vanilla version on March 6. We’ll know more about the handset soon enough.

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