A photo leak shows us the new OPPO Find X2 live

The rumors and leaks regarding the new and awaited flagship of OPPO, the FInd X2, continue unabated. Just yesterday, the image of a render concerning the new Chinese smartphone that should debut at the MWC 2020 in Barcelona was sent online. Certainly compared to the first generation, we are not dealing with a concept phone, but the interest of the media and users loyal to the brand is still skyrocketing, considering that we should be dealing with a device that focuses entirely on multimedia and the photo / video sector.

From the render image that appeared online of OPPO Find X2, we learned that this will adopt a triple rear camera, with rather generous optics in terms of size, which suggests that we will be dealing with the best technology in the photographic field, dedicated to devices mobile, so much so that Sony should have packed an ad hoc sensor just for OPPO.

A photo leak shows us the new OPPO Find X2 live

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Someone hypothesized that the rendering was only the result of imagination, but here is a stolen photo that seems to portray live (albeit only on the rear) the OPPO technological beast. Therefore the rendering of OPPO Find X2, at least on the rear seems to be confirmed. Unfortunately the other details of the smartphone are obscured by the case, but the positions of the screen lock button and the phone volume adjustment button are consistent with the positions shown in the rendering.

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According to the information currently available, OPPO Find X2 will use a curved 2K OLED screen with support for the update frequency at 120Hz plus touch sampling frequency at 240Hz as well as an independent display chip. In addition, OPPO Find X2 will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, equipped with LPDDR5 memory, 65 W super fast charging support, in addition to the Sony customized sensor, the first in the world to take advantage of the new PDAF All Pixel Omni-directional technology .

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