OPPO Find X2 Series officially unveiled. Pro version has two 48 MP cameras

The manufacturer revealed that its triple camera is already number 1 in the DxOmark benchmark (tied with the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro in 124 points). It has the new IMX689 sensor from Sony, composed of two 48 MP cameras in the Pro version: one wide and one ultrawide, supported by a 13 MP periscope telephoto lens. It also features the Ultra Night 3.0 mode to capture higher quality night images. The Ultra Dark Mode system aims to "find colors in the dark". Macro images have not been forgotten, and it is possible to zoom 10X smoothly. Expert mode allows you to capture more detailed RAW images for professional photographers.

The video will also be a priority of the equipment, with the ultra steady mode 3.0 system, to record moving images more fronts, with greater stability. The Live HDR mode allows to improve in real time situations like overexposure of brightness or the reduction of noise, in windy places. The smartphone comes equipped with a video editor that aims to be easy and intuitive to use. To demonstrate the capabilities of the cameras and the power of the editor, an experiment was carried out with National Geographic to demonstrate its potential.

Regarding fast charging, the company presents the Super Vooc 2.0, capable of charging the smartphone in 38 minutes, via 65W. It will be possible to charge and use the smartphone at the same time, says the manufacturer. It has a dual battery system and cooling capacity to keep it warm during charging. The smartphone is also IP68 certified, meaning it has water and dust resistance.

Also confirmed is the Snapdragon 865 5G processor inside. Both the base and Pro versions of Find X2 Pro have practically the same specifications, in terms of processor and RAM (12 GB). Only in storage, the Pro has 512 GB, double the base version. Another difference is related to the camera sensors. In this case, the base version instead of a 48 MP ultra wide, only has a 12 MP. The Pro's battery has 4,260 mAh, slightly more than the 4,200 mAh in the base version.

As a Chinese manufacturer, and driving away the ghost of Huawei and the conflict with the United States, Oppo highlights the partnership with Google, not only to deliver a smartphone based on Android 10, like the entire Google application ecosystem.

And it was fulfilled, the 38 minute mark, the equipment's battery was fully charged.

As for prices, the Find X2 Pro (black or orange vegan skin) with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage costs 1,199 euros and the normal version (ceramic black or ocean blue) with 12/256 GB costs 999 euros.

The company also introduced the Oppo 5G CPE Omni, a home reuter system with 5G antennas to distribute fifth generation signal at home. It has Qualcomm's Snapdragon X55 modem, supporting Wi-Fi 6. With this equipment, the brand says that users do not need any other gateway to connect online.

The presentation came to an end with the revelation that there is a smartwatch in the pipeline, but it will be announced separately.