NBTC certification listing confirms existence of Oppo Find X2 Pro
Thanks to the precedent set by the likes of Samsung and Apple, just about everyone is following a two-pronged approach towards new releases. There is almost always a higher-specced Pro or Plus model that releases alongside a new device. Oppo put out hints that pointed towards the release of the Oppo Find X's successor called the Oppo Find X2. It won't be the only one, though, as there is also an Oppo Find X2 Pro in the works. Both phones made an appearance on Thailand's NTBC (National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission) website. Although the listings say nothing about their specs, it confirms there will be two variants of the Oppo Find X2.
Renowned leaker Ice Universe put out a Tweet stating that the Oppo Find X2 will come with a 120Hz WQHD+ screen. He also stated that it would also support Oppo's proprietary 'Super VOOC' charging at 65 W and that it will take only 35 minutes to charge the phone. Furthermore Brian Shen, Vice President of Global Marketing at Oppo claims to have spent some time with the Oppo Find X2 and says that the screen is quite impressive.
It does, however, leave us with one question; if the 'base' Find X will come with such impressive specs, how will it be any different from the 'Pro' model? A bigger screen and larger battery, perhaps? One will need all the battery one can get, considering that a 120Hz WQHD+ screen is fairly resource-heavy.
Oppo has never shied away from trying out new designs on their devices. Even the Oppo Find X was the first smartphone in recent history to come with a sliding camera mechanism. It'll be interesting to see what Oppo has in mind for us this time around. We should know more about the flagships in the coming days, as they're slated for a Q1 2020 release.