Many fans are looking towards the new Oppo Find X2 devices, which have started to surface on the market recently. The company is hard at work on the Find X2 Lite, which is thought to be the most affordable version of a 5G smartphone. An initial listing has been spotted in the Netherlands.
A new leak was via a listing on a website owned by a Dutch retailer. The listing included all of the major specs of a device named Oppo Find X2 Neo, which seems to be an enhanced version of the Find X2 that is already available on the Chinese market along with the Find X2 Pro.
The smartphone will sport an excellent 6.5-inch AMOLED panel that will deliver an impressive 1080 x 2400 Full HD+ resolution. A punch hole is visible on the upper side of the panel, which also comes with a 90Hz refresh rate.
More details on Oppo Find X2 Neo
Users who love to take photos will love the quad-camera panel, which includes a 48MP primary sensor with an f/1.7 aperture. A 13MP sensor, 8MP sensor, and 2MP sensor are also present. On the front resides a generous 44MP sensor that will capture high-quality images during selfie sessions and video calls.
In the heart of the device is a mighty Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor that can handle multitasking and demanding games with ease. The processor will be paired with 12GB of RAM, an amount that is usually found on the most expensive flagship variants offered by the competition.
256GB of built-in storage space will be available from the start, and it is likely that users will have the option to expand it with the help of a micro SD card. Android 10 will be available on Oppo Find X2 Neo, along with the Color OS 7 UI. The 4,025 mAh battery offers support for fast charging and USB-Type C.; For now, the price remains a secret.