OPPO is Testing 5G on Find X2 at Hyderabad R&D Facility ahead of India Launch
OPPO’s upcoming smartphone Find X2 series has been within the limelight for quite a while now. If you’re unaware, the corporate had planned the launch at MWC 2020 in Barcelona, but following the conference’s cancellation thanks to the Corona outbreak, the date has been postponed to March 6th.
Back in 2018, OPPO launched its ambitious Find X with a motorized module equipping a selfie camera to avoid display notch. within the latest development, the OPPO India has tested 5G internally at their Hyderabad R&D center by conducting various drills, including Whatsapp video call, cloud gaming, movies download, and more on Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset.
It’s worth mentioning that Tasleem Arif, VP & Head India R&D, OPPO, has tweeted on his official account showcasing 5G check in the highest right of the device.
Moving on, OPPO has confirmed that the phone will feature 6.78-inch (3168 x 1440 pixels) 3K OLED 513PPI screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch rate.
In the camera department, the OPPO Find X2 will feature a punch-hole front camera. For the rear camera, OPPO will use Sony’s new 48MP IMX689 sensor with the all Pixel Omni-directional PDAF technology, which can improve the focusing speed. Furthermore, charging also will be one among its fastest with a 65W wired charger, same as Reno Ace. Rumors say that it’ll pack a 4065mAh battery also.