With the pop-up camera missing, the Find X2 Pro screen is left to be the bright star. Higher specifications mean super fluid operation, while that versatile triple camera impresses. Maybe OnePlus offers something similar for less, while some weaknesses in Oppo’s design and software modes keep it away from a perfect score sheet.
For Oppo Find X2 Pro
That 120Hz OLED display is awesome – for resolution/color/update frequency
The really powerful specs will take everything you throw at him
Solid battery inputs – and even better if you adjust the settings
ColorOS software has improved a lot with previous releases
The versatile triple camera system is awesome
Against Oppo Find X2 Pro
Night mode can’t beat camera competition
ColorOS software won’t be everyone’s favorite (we find it well)
No wireless charging
The black design is a bit unheard of (orange vegan skin looks more interesting)
The photo unit excels a lot
Much cheaper OnePlus for similar
The trend of phones with multicolored gradient phones seems to be dying by 2020. It’s about simple elegance and the use of materials for this year. Keeping things simple, the Find X2 Pro comes in two options: a ceramic black and an orange vegan skin – the latter bringing a refreshing alternative to normal black sanca.
Other features are on the nose when it comes to the tip expectation: there is a fingerprint scanner on the screen, of the optical type; while the dual stereo speakers make a strong output that doesn’t seem too one-dimensional or just from the back end of the phone. As is also typical, this also means that there is no 3.5mm headphone jack or microSD card slot expansion – the latter useless, given the storage of 256GB on board this Pro device as standard. This is a single SIM solution, however, when we expected it to be dual SIM.
Oppo Find X2 Pro Display
6.78-inch OLED display, 19.8:9 aspect ratio, QHD resolution (3168 x 1440)
Update rate 120 Hz, 240 Hz touch sampling rate (4.2 ms)
Brightness of 800 nit (maximum of 1200 nit)
To watch, the Find X2 Pro is dominant on the screen, thanks to a 6.78-inch diagonal, extended in an elongated aspect ratio – which we believe is the right choice for one-handed fastening, none of these super-thin 21:9 nonsense, or the older and older and more often look 16:9, as in the super-thin look 21:9, or the older, thicker 16:9 look, as in the super-thin 21:9 look, or the older, thicker 16:9 look, as in the super-thin 21:9 look, or the older, thicker look 16:9, as in the look Super-thin 21:9, or the older, thicker 16:9 look, as in the super-thin 21:9 look, or the older, thicker 16:9 look, as in the super-thin 21:9 look, or the older, often too wide iPhone 8 Plus look.
There’s also little to worry about in Find X2 Pro, though Oppo hasn’t fully gone with a waterfall screen, as you’ll find in vivo NEX 3. Still, the bezel is really minimal, while the punch hole camera is dinky and not annoying, more Oppo has not opted for a dual front camera, so it’s not the larger scale black bar you’ll see on the Samsung Galaxy S10. Everything is quite clean and tidy.
120Hz Ultra Vision ScreenSize: 6.7 inches (diagonal)Type: OLEDScreen Ratio: 93.1%Resolution: 3168*1440 (3K QHD+)Refresh Rate: up to 120HzTouch Sampling Rate: up to 240HzColour Depth: 8+2-bit (1.07 billion colours)Colour Gamut: 100% P3 (typical)Pixel Density: 513 PPIContrast Ratio: 5,000,000:1 (typical)Brightness: overall peak brightness 800 nits (typical) , local peak brightness 1,200 nits (typical)Screen Material: Corning® Gorilla® Glass 6
Oppo Find X2 Pro Performance
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 12 GB RAM (LPDDR5)
Qualcomm X55 5G Modem (no 4G model available)
Battery capacity 4,260mAh (double cell system)
Software: ColorOS 7.1 on Android 10
SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging at 65W
Full charge in 38 minutes
TUV Certification Approved
No wireless charging
There’s no doubt that the power behind the scenes of the Oppo Find X2 Pro. With Qualcomm’s highest peak Snapdragon processor at the helm, with 12GB of RAM, no task has caused this phone problem in our use. Which, again, will be great news for players looking to bring those titles to maximum graphics and higher frame rates, that’s for sure.
Where the Find X2 Pro really tries to make headlines is in its battery department. With a total capacity of 4,260mAh double cell, this phone is not only able, its division into two next-generation fast charging media is possible. Oppo has been promoting its SuperVOOC system for a long time, but with version 2 it accelerates to a load of 65W. To put this in context: you can charge the battery of this dead phone in 38 minutes in a power plug (well, the one included in the box, lower will not). It’s absurdly fast. The fact is that we have the European version of the plug, which we can’t connect to a UK wall socket, so we haven’t been able to test this feature for review.
Given the considerable sum of the specs, however, the battery is really geared to be a solid one day. We used the phone quite loud by day – games and emails in the morning, messages all day, watching some content at night – and after about 16 hours it is up to 30 percent. So there’s no chance of being spoiled, but it’s not exactly the extended two-day battery you might think.
Oppo Find X2 Pro Cameras
Triple rear camera:
Main: 48 megapixels, f/1.7 aperture, optical image stabilization (OIS)
Sony IMX689, 1/1.4 in 1.12 pixels
Four-in-one processing, default 12MP
All pdAF omnidirectional pixels
12-bit raw shot
Periscope zoom: 13MP, f/3.0, 5x zoom (10x hybrid), OIS
Ultra-wide: 48MP, f/2.2
Video: Digital Stabilization Video Ultra Steady Pro, Maximum 4K
Front hole camera hole: 32 megapixel