With OPPO set to unveil a new Find model after it was noticeably absent in 2019, new reports reveal that the brand’s upcoming 2020 flagship will pack interesting hardware.
While we know that it will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor and have a 120Hz display, the Find X2 will have a Quad HD+ resolution, 240Hz touch sampling rate, and an 80-degree curve on the display’s edges—which is not a waterfall display like the ones found on the NEX 3 and Mate 30 Pro.
To keep the phone power-efficient, OPPO is rumored to fit an M1 co-processor that is meant to manage the Find X2’s display at 120hz in Quad HD+ resolution without putting too much load on the processor.
As for the cameras, OPPO is working closely with Sony for a custom IMX689 sensor. The said sensor also has 48-megapixels like the IMX586, the new sensor has a bigger 1/1.3′ size and a new omni-directional autofocus system (see photo above) that will deliver more focus points compared to current dual-pixel autofocus tech. Accompanying the said sensor is an IMX708-equipped ultra-wide-angle camera and a 13-megapixel telephoto camera with 5x hybrid zoom (which most likely will have 3x optical zoom).
The Find X2 is expected to debut in February or March, or at MWC 2020.