Oppo Find X2 confirmed to pack 120Hz QHD+ display with 240Hz touch sampling

Michail, 11 February 2020

Oppo’s Find X2 is scheduled to arrive on February 22 but CEO Brian Shen just can't stop leaking its features - his latest Tweet shedding more light on the screen. The display will come with a 120Hz refresh rate screen and 240Hz sampling rate. Other confirmed specs include a 2K resolution which is a marketing term wrongly used in China for QHD+ (2560 x 1440 pixel) panels. The phone will also pack SDR to HDR content conversion alongside up to 1200 nits of brightness in HDR and will cover 100% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.

Previously, we saw the alleged screen protector of the device which showed out its punch-hole cutout for the front camera and the pronounced curves on the sides. The display is expected to come in at 6.5-inches in diagonal and will almost certainly be OLED. The Find X2 is also expected to come with the Snapdragon 865 chipset alongside a custom-developed M1 co-processor.

Oppo Find X2 confirmed to pack QHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling

On the camera front, we are expecting to see the new 48MP Sony IMX689 sensor which will come with an omni-directional autofocus. We’re also expecting an ultrawide shooter and a 13MP telephoto cam capable of 5X hybrid zoom. The charger is expected to support 65W SuperVOOC 2.0.


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  • Joy

This my boy requires a 5500+ mah battery for sure . If thay happens it would be splendid .

  • Anonymous

yeah 60fps or 60hz is the standard on most smartphones, 90hz or 90fps are on the one plus, google, samsung, 120hz or 120fps is for ipad pro and this phone. so basically above 60hz refresh rate is useless since games or video contents does not go...

"Other confirmed specs include a 2K resolution which is a marketing term wrongly used in China for QHD+" Not just in China. A lot of gamers worldwide think 2K = 1440p, even though 1440p/QHD is 2.5k Anyways, this device will be interesting t...

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