As Oppo is getting ready to introduce the world to the Find X2 on March 6, the company has been teasing a lot of aspects of its next flagship smartphone (and its even more premium sibling, the Find X2 Pro).
Now though, it’s time to take a look at a bunch of leaked live images of the Find X2.
As you can see, the camera island on the back seems to protrude a lot from the phone’s body, but at least it’s not as wide as those on recent Samsungs. There’s a periscope zoom module in there, up top, given away by the square opening and the “hybrid zoom” branding etched right underneath it.
There are two additional cameras and a dual-LED flash module. Aside from the main snapper there’s probably going to be an ultrawide too. On the front a single hole-punch selfie cam is left-aligned at the top of the display, which seems slightly curved.
Speaking of, that’s been confirmed to sport 1440p resolution, with a 120Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling. And while we’re talking about past rumors and teasers, these also talked about a 48 MP main camera, 30W wireless charging support, 65W fast wired charging, and 5G on board (thanks to the Snapdragon 865 chipset).