If not for the cancellation of MWC for this year, we should be gearing up to get the Oppo Find X2 already. However, the fact that the device wanted to make an appearance there means that it is ready for the market – and an official listing of the phone in Vietnam confirms that.
Besides, we now have a full rundown of the device’s specs too.
Under the 6.5-inch AMOLED screen will be a Snapdragon 865 chipset, so it is sure that this device will come with 5G support out of the box. Oppo went all out on the configurations too, offering the device with options of 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage space.
Past leaks have pointed to a 12GB RAM model too, and we believe there might even be one with the 512GB storage option to come out of the pipeline too.
The front screen has a hole punch that carries the 32MP selfie, but that has nothing on the triple camera sensors on the back. Led by a 48MP snapper, the camera module is supported by a 13MP and 8MP sensor to match. The listing also confirms the presence of a 4065mAh battery which will be powered by the 65W fast charging tech.
Of course, there is nothing else that would make sense than Android 10 running the operations. Finished with color picks of Blue Ocean and Blue Sea Night, we can only wait for the official confirmation of the phone to get the right pricing.