Oppo Find X2 Render Shows Off the Design; Will be Going Official at MWC 2020

Faisal Rasool

After almost a year's hiatus, Oppo is all set to launch the follow up to its popular flagship, Find X. The model, dubbed, Oppo Find X2, will make a debut at this year's MWC 2020 in Barcelona. The launch date has been officially announced to be February 22, 2020, at 2 PM. Ahead of this launch, a fan-made render for the device has been published on SlashLeaks, showcasing its design language.

Where the original Oppo Find X made use of a sliding pop-up mechanism to tuck its front-facing selfie camera the Find X2 will sport a singular punch-hole on the top left corner (if this render is anything to go by).

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The edge-to-edge display curves of Oppo Find X2 melt around the borders, but it doesn't lop off the hardware keys. This panel will deliver a stunning 2K resolution and an impressive 120 Hz refresh rate, said the Oppo VP Brian Shen in a tweet. 

On the rear shell of Find X2, you're looking at a triple-camera system, although some reports point to a quad-camera setup. At any rate, the primary of these lenses is expected to be a Sony-manufactured IMX689 sensor. In addition to this 48-megapixel camera, the device will feature a Sony IMX708 shooter in the same Oppo Price tag. Also, part of this setup will be a 13-megapixel telephoto sensor, but its exact zooming capabilities are a mystery. 

Note that certification listings that have signed off the phone confirm that the phone will debut with a 'Pro' variant. Since the render doesn't describe which edition you're looking at, there's no telling which one of the duo it is. But if we had to guess, the render might portray the base variant. 

The same listings also reveal that the duo will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset (with an in-house developed Oppo M1 co-processor baked into it), LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.0 native storage. Further, their battery can be juiced up with 65W fast-charging. We'll advise our readers to take this leaked render with a pinch of salt since the CAD render doesn't appear to be official.