Recently, a tipster evleaks released a render of OPPO’s Find X5 series, which includes the Find X5 Pro. The render caused a huge stir on the net because prior to that there had been nothing similar to it.
Judging from the renders, the Find X5 Pro has two color versions in black and white. Also, it uses the same “crater” lens module design as the Find X5.
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Other than that, the Find X5 Pro uses two Sony IMX766 sensors as the main camera and wide-angle lens. But there is also a zoom lens with a resolution of 13MP, of which the main camera and wide-angle support hardware optical image stabilization. In simple words, recording videos won’t cause any trouble because the system will stabilize the handshake defect.
In addition, we can see the words “Powered by MariSilicon” on the rear lens module of the Find X5 Pro. This simply means that the machine will come with OPPO’s self-developed “MariSilicon X” 6nm image processing chip.
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In addition to the strong camera, the Find X5 Pro will also be able to record 60 frames per second video in 4K-UHD format. Plus, it will support night scene mode and other special effects based on the MariSilicon X chip.
We are dealing with a top-end product, so it’s logical to know that the Find X5 Pro will be equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and have a 6.7-inch 2K 120Hz high-refresh-rate LTPO AMOLED screen. Thus, all three – camera, processor, and screen – are the flagship-level features that will make our protagonist stand out in the Android camp.
At the same time, the Find X5 Pro will have dual speakers, a maximum of 12+256GB memory, a large 5000mAh battery, and support 80W wired fast charging and wireless charging, as well as IP68 dustproof and waterproof ratings.
The Pro version looks quite attractive as it will sport all the best features. But what about the vanilla version? The Find X5 won’t differ from the Pro version much, but there will be concrete differences. Say, this version will come with the Dimensity 9000 and not the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
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