More details surface about the Oppo Find X2’s cameras and 120Hz display

Ricky, 24 January 2020

Earlier this week, a report surfaced about the Sony sensors on the upcoming Oppo Find X2. Today’s report brings overlapping information about the cameras, along with details about the display, and a co-processor that works alongside the Snapdragon 865. The report comes from a leakster on Weibo.

The Oppo Find X2 was already reported to feature a 120Hz 6.5-inch display and today’s leak adds to it that the “ultra clear” screen will have a 240Hz touch sampling rate. In addition to the QHD+ resolution (3160 x 1440 px) the display will also feature 80-degree edges, so not quite the waterfall curve we’ve seen on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

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There’s also word of a new in-house co-processor that will work alongside the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. The M1 co-processor will help take some power load off the 865 with the 120Hz display and high-resolution to optimize the handset’s battery endurance.

Oppo and Sony have apparently developed the IMX689 together with a 48MP 1/1.3-inch sensor. According to previous reports, it’ll come with a new omni-directional autofocus that is said to supersede dual-pixel autofocus. This will have a secondary IMX708 sensor behind an ultrawide angle lens along with a third 13MP telephoto camera, capable of 5X hybrid optical zoom.

Sony IMX708 specs leak, will output 48 MP images

Rumors in the past have indicated support for 50W wireless charging as well, though that's quite a stretch.

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