DxOMark: Oppo Find X2 Pro outperforms iPhone 11 Pro Max and S20 Ultra in audio analysis

After the camera test, DxOMark has revealed its in-depth audio analysis of the Oppo Find X2 Pro flagship phone.

The new flagship of the Chinese brand has definitely passed the audio tests of DxOMark, with an overall Points score of 74 (slightly below the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro). For the moment, the ranking of the portal looks like this:

  • Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro – 76
  • Huawei Mate 20 X – 75
  • iPhone XS Max – 74
  • OPPO Find X2 Pro – 74
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max – 71
  • ASUS Rog Phone 2 – 69
  • Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – 69
  • Google Pixel 4 – 68
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G – 66
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ – 66

DxOMark: Oppo Find X2 Pro outperforms iPhone 11 Pro Max and Galaxy S20 Ultra in audio analysis

According to DxoMark, Oppo’s latest flagship is a fierce competitor in the audio ring. In keeping with the manufacturer’s promise, the phone delivers a great sense of immersion, as a result of deep low-end extension, punchy sound, good overall spatial rendering, and stellar management of artifacts. The microphones’ performance is on par with the speakers’, offering a very good overall performance, particularly with voices and in loud or complex acoustic environments.

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  • Very good overall performance
  • Deep low-end extension
  • Great performance at soft volume and in Movie use case
  • Good localizability
  • Great punch in games thanks to strong bass reproduction



  • Good overall microphone performance
  • Good performance in loud environments
  • Great wideness in life video
  • Good volume performance
  • Good background rendering, even for complex scenarios
  • Very few artifacts overall


  • Timbre performance is diminished by inconsistent midrange
  • In selfie videos, wideness is poor and localizability is impaired
  • In simulated use cases, resonances on high-end frequencies are disturbing
  • Lack of bass extension at high SPL recording
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