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Oppo Find X6 Pro specifications leak online

The Find X6 Pro, as imagined by @SPinfo_blog. (Image source: @SPinfo_blog)
The Find X6 Pro, as imagined by @SPinfo_blog. (Image source: @SPinfo_blog)
Specifications for the upcoming Find X6 Pro have surfaced online. Revealed by a reliable leaker, the specifications suggest that Oppo will deck out its premier flagship smartphone with an enticing combination of hardware, including 100 W wired charging and the Sony IMX989, a 1-inch camera sensor also found in the Xiaomi 12S Ultra.

Yogesh Brar has shared details about the Find X6 Pro online. Writing on Twitter, the leaker builds on earlier leaks, such as a rumour that alleged Oppo would utilise the Sony IMX989. According to Brar, the Find X6 Pro will launch not only with the 50 MP and 1-inch sensor, but also two other 50 MP sensors serving as ultra-wide-angle and telephoto cameras. In comparison, the Find X5 Pro arrived earlier this year with 50 MP primary, 50 MP ultra-wide-angle and 13 MP telephoto cameras.

Still, the Find X6 Pro will feature a 32 MP front-facing camera; it remains to be seen whether the device will rely on the same sensor as the Find X5 Pro, though. Unsurprisingly, Oppo will equip the Find X6 Pro with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, a chipset that Qualcomm will showcase during its annual summit later this month. Additionally, Brar alleges that the handset will start with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. However, the leaker adds that 12 GB of RAM variants will be available, as will 256 GB and 512 GB storage options.

Moreover, Brar claims that the Find X6 Pro has a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 50 W wireless and 100 W wired charging, with the latter upgraded from 80 W in the case of the Find X5 Pro. Predictably, Oppo will release the Find X6 Pro with Android 13, albeit with its ColorOS skin applied on top. Similarly, Brar asserts that the smartphone will showcase the MariSilicon X 2, an updated in-house ISP that Oppo will complement with Hasselblad camera tunings. A release date has not leaked yet, although it is worth keeping in mind that the Find X5 Pro has only been available since March.


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Alex Alderson, 2022-11- 6 (Update: 2022-11- 6)