OPPO is now working on the Find X2 which will be the successor to the Find X that was launched in 2018. Unlike the predecessor, the Find X2 will also have a Pro variant and the same was confirmed via NBTC certifications. Recently, an alleged screen protector was spotted on Weibo (via CNBeta) suggesting a single hole-punch display. Now, the alleged real-life image of the Find X2 is shared by the usually reliable leakster Digital Chat Station on his Weibo account. Though, he did not mention the name of the device, the placement of the camera, bezels are comparable with the screen protector that was leaked earlier today. Let us know what we understood from the real-life image.
The alleged real-life image of the OPPO Find X2 reveals a single hole punch display, which means there is a single selfie camera. There appears to be thin bezels on all the four sides of the phone. The OPPO Find X had a slightly curved screen on the right and left sides. Apart from all of these, we can see that the device comes with a display that supports 120Hz refresh rate and users can switch between 60Hz and 120Hz.
Renowned leakster Ice Universe too reported that the OPPO Find X2 will sport the 120Hz display recently. He also said that device would also support the OPPO‘s proprietary ‘Super VOOC’ fast charging technology at 65W which charges the phone completely in just 35 minutes. Apart from these, we expect the phone would come with Snapdragon 865 SoC, offer 5G support and much more exciting features. Further more, both Find X2 and Find X2 Pro would arrive as early as Q1 2020 at least in the Chinese market.