Oppo introduced its rival Galaxy S20 Ultra

US, WASHINGTON (NEWS OBSERVATORY) — The Chinese company Oppo introduced the flagship smartphone Find X2 Pro.

The novelty supports connection to 5G networks, has a 120-Hertz screen and a camera with 10x hybrid zoom, which gives it the right to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – one of the most advanced Android smartphones on the market.

Find X2 Pro has everything the flagship with 5G needs: the highest-performance Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12 gigabytes of RAM (LPDDR5), a 512 GB flash drive, an on-screen fingerprint scanner, Dolby Atmos stereo speakers and a noise reduction system with three microphones.

The “face” is a 6.7-inch Quad HD + AMOLED panel (3168 × 1440 pixels) with a refresh rate of 120 Hz – like the S20 Ultra. The same scan and the presence of a periscopic telephoto module make Find X2 Pro, in fact, the brother of the Samsung device, Engadget writes.

Find X2 Pro telephoto also implements a 10x hybrid zoom system (16-160mm), but it uses a 13-megapixel sensor with an f / 3.0 aperture and optical stabilization. The main one is the new 48-megapixel (f / 1.7) Sony IMX689 lens.

However, unlike the S20 Ultra, it cannot record video in 8K quality – only up to 4K at a speed of 60 fps. The third, wide-angle camera has a resolution of 48 megapixels, an aperture of f / 2.2 and a viewing angle of 120 DEG, and can be used for macro photography from a distance of 3 cm.

In the upper left corner of the display is a 32-megapixel (f / 2.4) selfie camera. It supports beauty filters, on-screen flash and gesture control, and also can record 1080p video at 30 frames per second.

Against the background of other flagships, Find X2 Pro stands out with support for super fast charging Super VOOC 2.0 with a power of 65 watts. If other devices, as a rule, are fully charged in an hour with a small one, then its 4260 mAh battery is replenished to 100% in 38 minutes.

In China, Find X2 Pro will be sold for 6999 yuan, or about 66,700 rubles at the current exchange rate. For a limited series of Lamborghini with a special design (pictured above), accessories and wireless headphones will be asked for 12,999 yuan. In Europe, the novelty will appear by early May.

Together with the smartphone, Oppo introduced its first smartwatch, which is called Oppo Watch. They clearly guess Apple Watch: not only because of the rectangular case and curved glass, but also the design of the dials and strap. Only now the thickness of the Oppo Watch is noticeably smaller – 4.5 mm.

The device uses the Android-based ColorOS Watch operating system, has a 46-mm case, a 1.91-inch OLED screen (402×473 pixels), a heartbeat sensor and water resistance up to 50 meters. Also declared is the support of electronic “sims” eSIM.

Oppo Watch “live” up to 40 hours on a single charge, they promised the company, in energy saving mode with notifications turned on – up to 21 days. In 15 minutes, the smart watch charges up to 46% – this is enough for the whole day, fully – in 75 minutes.

In China, Oppo Watch will be released on March 24. You can buy them for 1499 yuan.


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