The Oppo Find X smartphone was talked about a lot last year primarily because of its futuristic design. The device came with a slider that housed the selfie cameras, face unlock sensors as well as the rear cameras. It added to the looks of the smartphone as because it had a slider, it didn’t have a notch on the top. And now, a report in has surfaced online which highlights various design aspects of the Oppo Find X2 smartphone.
According to a video released by YouTuber MrWhoseTheBoss, Oppo Find X2 will come with a 10x optical zoom technology and will have the new in-display fingerprint sensor technology that was announced last week.
According to the video, Oppo Find X2 will come with a camera technology similar to Samsung’s variable aperture camera that was seen in Galaxy S9. As per the video, the cameras of the upcoming Oppo Find X2 will come with the 10x optical zoom technology, a night mode feature and the variable aperture camera. He also said that the device will sport a Time of Flight 3D camera, which can be used for 3D scanning and full body frame adjustment.
However, there is no clarity on whether the device will come with a slider design or not, as because of it, Oppo Find X could not come with an IP rating. With this, we can derive that the Oppo Find X2 may come with some level of water-proofing.
It has been reported that with Find X2, Oppo will instead be going for a hole-in-display design to house the selfie camera. Although that means no 3D face unlock feature, but then, the smartphone will come with an in-display fingerprint technology. Reports also suggest that the smartphone would have a wider scanning are and that supports two-finger unlocking.
The upcoming smartphone is also expected to come with the company’s SuperVOOC technology that can charge a 3,400mAh battery from 0 to 100% in just 35 minutes. We should mention that Oppo Find X came with the company’s VOOC technology and only its special edition variants had the SuperVOOC fast charging.
Video courtesy: MrWhoseTheBoss
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