OPPO updates its Find X2 launch info
OPPO has stated that it will unveil its Find X2 flagship phone via its official YouTube channel. This virtual event will kick off from 10:30 CET on March 6, 2020. The OEM has already hinted that this phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC.
As with other premium devices from 2020 so far, this means that the X2 - or one of its variants - will also support dual-mode 5G thanks to an external X55 modem. On that note, the company referenced a Find X2 "series" in its new launch announcement, thus suggesting scope for the rumored Pro version of this phone.
The Find X2s have also become linked to a 120Hz display through its various leaks. Accordingly, the OEM promises its "most advanced screen" will launch within this line of phones, complete with focuses on areas such as dynamic range, color-space and resolution.
Finally, the OEM also confirmed the presence of a "customized flagship image sensor" in this series. This may be the Sony IMX689 hinted at in previous leaks. Therefore, it seems the Find X2 series is truly shaping up to take on the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S20s, in theory at least.