Oppo was going to unveil the Find X2 series at MWC and it even scheduled a launch event for tomorrow, February 22. However, with the conference in Barcelona being cancelled, the company announced it will reveal the phone, but later.
Thanks to what appears to be a leaked invitation, we now know the Oppo Find X2 will arrive on March 6, and we expect to see Oppo’s new smartwatch for good measure.
Oppo reschedules Find X2 launch for March 6
The Oppo Find X2 lineup will be introduced with Snapdragon 865 chipset and QHD+ display that some people keep calling 2K for some reason. The device was listed in Vietnam with a 6.5” AMOLED screen and Gorilla Glass 6 on top. Memory is likely to be 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage and the battery cell will hold up to 4,065 mAh of charge.
The camera department is where Oppo is betting all its chips. The phone will have a 48 MP shooter with Sony’s latest sensor that allows for omnidirectional focusing technology, which means twice as fast and better as current Dual Pixel technology. We expect at least two devices - Oppo Find X2 and Oppo Find X2 Pro - and we’re eager to see what will be the difference between both versions.No tags for this post.