The apparently-impending OPPO Find X2 will have a 120Hz QHD+ display
The OPPO Find X was one of the most innovative flagship phones of 2018. Its effective take on the pop-up camera made it extremely interesting to fans of smartphone design (albeit perhaps not to those of their durability).
The OEM did not continue the series in 2019; its institution of the Reno series instead invited speculation that it was dead for good. However, it now seems that it will be back this year, and will grab attention for its front panel as well as its rear this time around.
Representatives of this OEM have reportedly confirmed that a Find X2 will debut in 1Q2020. It will apparently be powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC, as may many other premium phones this year. OPPO also indicated that its screen would be improved compared to that of its predecessor.
Now, a new leak appears to back this up. It has been posted by the increasingly prolific Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station, who asserts that the Find X2 will have a 120Hz display. Furthermore, it may be made of Samsung OLED. Therefore, should OPPO get this upcoming flagship's rear cameras and their deployment right, the Galaxy S20 series may have a serious competitor on its hands.
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