OPPO Find X2 may come with 120Hz refresh rate and QHD+ display like OnePlus 8 Pro

“OPPO Find X2 with 120Hz display will likely take on the OnePlus 8 Pro. Both phones are expected to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 865 Soc”

OPPO Find X2 flagship is confirmed to launch with Snapdragon 865 SoC in Q1 this year. As revealed by the company’s VP Brian Shen, it will not have an in-display camera. Now, in the latest leak surrounding the display from a reliable source on Weibo says that the OPPO Find X2 will have a 6.5-inch curved OLED display with a QHD+ 3168 x 1440 pixels resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The phone is also said to offer an option, allowing users to chose between QHD+ or Full HD+ and 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate in any combination. This means that users will be able to enable 120Hz refresh rate at QHD+ resolution as well.

OPPO Find X2
OPPO Find X2 is tipped to house a massive battery with 65W fast charging and will use a new Sony camera sensor

Furthermore, while these details shed some light on the OPPO Find X2, we’re still a very long way to go to understand what the smartphone looks like and what it will bring to the table. It could come with 5G support assuming it is powered by the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC. The phone is said to house a massive battery with 65W fast charging and will use a new 48MP Sony camera sensor that will offer high resolution, high sensitivity, high-speed focus, and high dynamic range compared to its predecessor. 

Recently, 91mobiles uncovered an OPPO patent that revealed a very unique-looking OPPO smartphone with a crescent-shaped camera setup on the back and a unique rotating camera mechanism.

OPPO Find X2 will likely take on the OnePlus 8 Pro, based on all the rumoured specifications we have heard so far. The OnePlus 8 series is also expected to launch with a 120Hz Fluid Display and QHD+ resolution as OnePlus recently announced the technology. Earlier this week, some alleged hand-on images of the OnePlus 8 Pro showed off the option to choose between 120Hz, 90Hz and 60Hz refresh rates.