The Chinese smartphone maker OPPO launched its first flagship phone ‘Oppo Find X’ two years ago back in 2018. Find X when launched was the flagship smartphone from the company and it came with a very unique design. Since then fans are waiting for the successor of the smartphone. However, it looks like the next iteration of the Find X will be launched soon as the brand has started to tease the smartphone.
OPPO vice president Brian Shen hinted that the OPPO Find X2 smartphone will receive flagship hardware and will be the best choice for fans of ultimate solutions. Mukul Sharma, a renowned leaker from India, published CAD renderings with the alleged design of OPPO Find X2. Check out the images below:
Talking about the key features, Oppo Find X2 will come with a frameless screen and an unusual arrangement of the rear camera modules and LED flash at the upper edge of the rear panel. The smartphone will be equipped with a triple rear camera with a crescent moon alignment. The location of the front camera is not disclosed, however, it is speculated to have a pop-up selfie camera.
OPPO Find X2 will support 50W fast wireless charging. And It is expected that the smartphone will receive a display with curved edges and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The device will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 865 processor coupled with at least 8GB of RAM. The announcement date and price of the new OPPO Find X2 are not reported, yet.
However, Oppo is expected to launch the Find X2 in March. Rest assured, we will be updating this post with new leaks and news whenever something relevant arrives. Stay tuned!
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