Update: Now there is a leaked photo of the phone’s rear side has been posted by the popular tipster BenGeskin. The rear camera design of the phone looks exactly like the renders we have shared previously which confirms that the device is Oppo Find X2. Oppo is one of the few brands to attend the MWC 2020 where they are expected to reveal the device.
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The year 2020 seems much competitive and full of surprises in terms of the mobile industry and its developments. Whether it will be software or AI-related or even hardware-related, the competition is getting harder than the last year. There are plenty of devices would come this year with a foldable display, better cameras, flagship processor, 5G support, next-gen storage capacity, next-ren RAM chip, and more. The Chinese tech brand OPPO is also not lacking too behind. The upcoming OPPO Find X2 Image has been surfaced online recently.
Thanks to the ice universe for sharing the final informal rendered image of the Find X2 model on Weibo. As we have already mentioned a couple of days ago that the handset would come with a 120Hz refresh rate OLED display, the punch-hole selfie camera on the screen, 5G connectivity, deeply curved side edges of the display, tiny bezels, 65W fast charging support, and more.
According to the appeared image, the device will have a triple rear camera setup along with an LED flash where the primary camera lens seems rectangular in size. The network antenna lines are quite visible a slim earpiece on the top. The power button is placed on the right side of the device and the volume buttons are in the opposite direction.
Meanwhile, the UI seems quite polished and icons are more minimal too. On the back panel, there is Oppo Find X branding at the lower side which also looks cool enough.
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