The Oppo find X2 Pro is the latest flagship device from Oppo from the Chinese smartphone makers. It’s their highest-end smartphone for 2020. It is absolutely insane with specs, which genuinely makes you think if they have just topped the $1400 Samsung Galaxy S20 ultra.
It’s running a snapdragon 865, 12 GB of ram, 512 GB of storage. Phone home a quad hd+ 120 Hertz display that gets up 1200 nits. It uses Android 10.0; ColorOS 7.1 software which is cleaned up a lot and is much more customizable. It weighs about 207 grams.
The phone is textured, which adds the grip and reduces the fingerprint problems. The phone also avoids the sticky clamminess that you get with the plain flat glass. It does have ip68 water and dust resistance and it doesn’t have a headphone jack.
It has a huge 6.7 inch, 120 AMOLED display with tiny bezels which is rated as the as an A+ display by display mate which is considered the current authority on-screen tech. It is also paired with stereo Dolby Atmos Speakers.
Find X2 Pro has quite a deep curve on the side of the display and it really looks royal to hold. The company paid attention to details too, like having a ridged power button and good quality soft haptics. The optical fingerprint reader underneath the display glass works quite well as other flagships. The phone also supports the multi-user mode which is super interesting.
Find X2 Pro uses new generation sensors for main cameras. Around the back, you get 48 MP main camera, a 48 MP ultra-wide and a 13 MP 5x periscope telephoto camera. This camera just nails white balance, tones, hues and skin tone in general.
The night mode clicks of the camera are pretty impressive. It will let you go up to 60 times zoom with the periscope zoom. It takes crispy 4k video at up to 60 frames per second with impressive stabilization and noticeably snappy focusing speed that gives you professional DSLR kind of background blur too.
The other highlight of the phone is charging. It has two separate battery cells which allow it to charge completely in 38 mins from empty, which is an insane speed. It uses the 4260 mAp battery size which is solid but not the biggest. It supports the 65-watt super-fast charging but at the expense of not having wireless charging.
Overall, Oppo has dialed up this device to the next level. It’s less experimental and exactly what a flagship phone should be like.