Oppo was first to bring a truly notch-less phone back in 2018 with Oppo Find X. While we didn’t see any Find X last year, Oppo is coming up with the next iteration of its innovative tech and design.
Previously, the smartphone was scheduled to be showcased on February 22 in the MWC 2020 got postponed due to the Coronavirus, canceling MWC itself. Now OPPO has officially teased the launch trailer on its official handle on twitter. The launch will take place on March 6, at 5 PM, Beijing time.
Oppo’s marketing VP Brian Shenalso gave a hint on twitter, Find X2: A 120 Hz “3K” display with curved edges. It looks like 3K means the screen has around 3,000 pixels on the long edge or a display greater than 2K.
On March 6th, Oppo will come with two variants on the find series, namely the Find X2 and the Find X2 pro. The Flagship Smartphone will have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, a 6.7-inch 120Hz QHD display and Sony’s 2xOn-Chip lens solution. It will be running one of the most beautifully designed OS the Color OS 7.1 based on Android 10. It will have a 48+48+13MP rear camera setup with a 32MP front-facing camera. Although leaks are hinting towards a single punch-hole display. But as it's the Find X2, Oppo can bring something innovative. Let’s wait for the launch on 6th March.
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