OPPO Find X2, Find X2 Pro Spotted on Bluetooth SIG, Key Specifications Revealed Ahead of the Launch


OPPO Find X2 is initially scheduled to launch during the MWC 2020 event, but later has been cancelled due to coronavirus risk. A new report suggests that the device will now launch on March 6. Alongside the vanilla Find X2, OPPO is also expected to launch the Find X2 Pro. Both the devices carrying the model numbers CPH2023 and CPH2025 are now spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website, revealing the key specifications ahead of the launch. As per the NBTC certification, CPH2023 is the OPPO Find X2 and CPH2025 is the OPPO Find X2 Pro.

OPPO Find X2 (CPH2023) Specifications According to Bluetooth SIG

The Bluetooth SIG certification suggests the OPPO Find X2 is a 5G smartphone that supports NR FDD and NR TDD bands. The handset is run by the Qualcomm 2.8 GHz (single)+2.5GHz(triple)+1.7GHz (quad) SM8250 processor, which is the codename for Snapdragon 865. On the top of the phone is the 6.7-inch WQHD+ display that is expected to carry a single punch hole camera. On the rear side of the smartphone, there is a triple camera setup comprising 48MP + 12MP + 13MP sensors. On the front, there is a 32MP camera for shotting selfies. The device will run ColorOS 7.1 out of the box, which is based on Android 10.

OPPO Find X2 Pro (CPH2025) Specifications According to Bluetooth SIG

The OPPO Find X2 Pro which comes with the model number CPH2025 matches with the Find X2 in several specifications. The Pro variant is also equipped with the same Snapdragon 865 processor, supports 5G network and sports 6.7-inch WQHD+ screen. As for the camera, the Find X2 Pro also sports the triple camera setup on the rear, but consists of two 48MP sensors – 48MP + 48MP + the third 13MP sensor. On the front, there is the same 32MP sensor just like the Find X2.

Alongside the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro, OPPO is also expected to unveil its first smartwatch. The company is planning for an online-only launch event which is becoming common these days due to coronavirus outbreak.