The OPPO Find X2 will be released in March, but while we’re waiting, new reports have surfaced to confirm its camera specs. Since there will be two devices — the Find X2 and the Find X2 Pro, there will be a slight difference in their camera specs.
Unlike many devices that are going for a quad-camera setup, the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro will instead feature 48MP triple-camera setups. The Find X2 will come with a 48MP lens paired with a 12MP sensor and another 13MP sensor. Our assumption is that these will be the ultrawide and telephoto lenses.
On the other hand, the Find X2 Pro will get two 48MP lenses and a 13MP sensor. On the front, it’ll also be housing a 32MP selfie camera. The Find X2’s front camera specs haven’t been revealed, but we’re hoping it’ll get the same lens as the Find X2 Pro. However, there’s a possibility of the phone supporting 60x periscopic zoom.
Though these devices haven’t been launched, we pretty much know all there is to know about them — assuming all the information given is true. They will support 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging, come with a 4,065mAh battery, support 30W wireless charging and also have reverse charging. These devices will also feature a 2k resolution display paired with a 120Hz refresh rate, sport up to 12GB RAM and use the latest Snapdragon 856 chipset.