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OPPO Find X6 Pro is tipped to launch with triple rear 50MP cameras

The Find X5 Pro. (Source: OPPO)
The Find X5 Pro. (Source: OPPO)
OPPO is already rumored to launch a flagship Android smartphone called the Find X6 Pro in 2023. Now, a new leak thought to outline camera specs for it and its vanilla counterpart may or may not hint at an upgrade for its supposedly triple-lensed hump. The new tip also contains a possible tip said to pertain to the OnePlus 11.

The Find X series are top-end Android smartphones from OPPO. Their OEM has been striving to position them as photography specialists for the last few generations, in a way that has probably influenced rear camera progression in its main sub-brand OnePlus. Now, Digital Chat Station might have dropped some hints as to how this will continue to play out in 2023.

The famous leaker has posted a set of values that, while cryptic and nebulous enough, is already being interpreted as a 3-way rear-camera spec breakdown for the Find X6, X6 Pro and OnePlus 11, even among the Weibo channel's fans.

Of these, the most powerful might be the "50+50+50" configuration taken to be that of the Find X6 Pro. This could be particularly exciting as one of those sensors might represent an upgrade over the 13MP telephoto camera of the smartphone's predecessor, while another could be ~1 inch in size this time around.

The X6, on the other hand, might get the dual 50MP selling-point of the 2022 flagship, although the third lens will be of the 32MP resolution also often associated with OPPO selfie cameras.

Therefore, as the third and final putative group of rear cameras seems the most compromised at "50+48+32", it is now said to correspond to the 11.

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-09-24 (Update: 2022-09-24)