In case you missed it, the Oppo Find X6 Pro is hitting the market next week. And just days before the release, Oppo decided to get the hype train going. It released some camera samples, which showcase how capable the camera sensor of the device actually is.
Before getting into the samples, you should know that Oppo confirms the partnership with the Swedish photography company Hasselblad with these samples. And among the three pictures shared, two of them seemed to be from the primary camera of the Oppo X6 Pro. The third is likely from a telephoto lens.
Camera Samples of Oppo Find X6 Pro
The three photos shared by Oppo reveal how good the Find X6 Pro is at capturing details. In fact, the picture clarity of the photos is truly exceptional. Nonetheless, the shared samples also give us information about the camera sensors. It seems that the main sensor will have a 23mm equivalent lens with an f/1.8 aperture.
Yes, the eagle’s shot shows an EXIF reading of 144mm focal length. But that could be a result of digital zoom. But the main highlight of the Oppo Find X6 Pro camera samples is the telephoto sensor. As mentioned earlier, the third picture is likely from this sensor, which shows a very bright f/2.6 aperture.
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Again, the sample states a different number. But the f/4.5 reading could be an error. It could be simply a typo or wrongly filled EXIF. Overall, the Sony IMX989 (rumored to be the main sensor) and Sony IMX890 (likely the telephoto) are offering great results on the Oppo Find X6 Pro.
However, there’s a piece of bad news. A recent report states that the Find X6 Pro might be a China-exclusive device, while the regular X6 may come out in global markets. But we are hoping that Oppo goes against that report.