Oppo Find X2 Lite Got Unveiled with a Water-Drop Notch & SD 765, the Affordable Edition Retains 5G Connectivity

Faisal Rasool

In addition to the mid-range Oppo A92s, Oppo has also taken the wraps off the Lite edition of its recently introduced Oppo Find X2 series. The Oppo Find X2 Lite is now available on Oppo Portugal's store, starting at an Oppo price tag of €500 or about 88,000 PKR.


A 6.4-inch OLED front panel serves as the Find X2 Lite display, with a drop notch extending into it. You get a standard FHD+ resolution, at a 60z refresh rate. The screen also embeds an in-display fingerprint scanner. The build is light on the bezels, weight, and dimensions.


Flip Oppo Find X2 Lite over, and you'll find a cookie-cutter quad-camera resting in the phone's top-left corner. The lenses are stacked on top of each other. The chamfered edges and soft roundings should provide a comfortable and ergonomic grip. The panel itself is polished glass that comes in Moonlight Black and Pearl White colors.


A 32MP front-facing camera lives inside the notch and has an unremarkable f/2.0 aperture. The quad-camera on the back of the X2 Lite includes a 48MP lens (with its big f/1.7 aperture), combined with an 8MP ultrawide, a 2MP mono lens, and a 2MP portrait sensor.

Not unlike its higher-end siblings, the Find X2 Lite has built-in support for 5G, thanks to the Snapdragon 765 chip that powers the device. The 360-degree 5G antenna uses what's called a 'wrap antenna design,' which maintains a stable connection, even when the phone is held at different angles.


The performance is tweaked further with the help of a smart 5G algorithm, that allows the Oppo X2 Lite to switch back and forth between 5G and 4G networks.


As of now, Oppo is only offering an 8GB/128GB memory option, but speculation has it that the company might introduce more low-end configurations as well. The internals run on a 4,025 mAh battery and an Android-10-powered ColorOS 7. The battery supports Oppo's VOOC 4.0 flash charging technology, which can power up your device from 0 to 50 percent in a mere 20 minutes.

Despite having a "Lite" moniker, Oppo prices the Find X2 Lite at the far right end. So far, the manufacturer hasn't addressed the availability or launch details for markets outside of Europe. So there's no telling when or if the phone will be available in Pakistan.