After more than a year after the Find X launched, OPPO finally released a successor – instead, two successors (not counting the Lamborghini Edition), which began as the Find X2 and Found X2 Pro. Now, OPPO is set to announce a third variant called the Find X2 Lite, and it will be the cheapest model of all.
An exclusive post by Winfuture.de has provided press renders and specs of the phone, which is a rebadged Reno3 Vitality Edition.
The OPPO Find X2 Lite will be available in two colorways – White and Black. There is also a waterdrop notch at the top of the screen with a moderately sized lower bezel while the back is home to four rear cameras. The phone is covered in glass on both sides.
The phone packs a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with an FHD+ resolution. There is a Snapdragon 765 processor inside along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of non-expandable storage. Winfuture.de reports that the phone has just one SIM slot, which is unusual for a Chinese phone.
On the back of the Find X2 Lite is a 48MP + 8MP ultrawide + 2MP depth + 2MP macro lens for a quad camera setup. The selfie camera is a 32MP sensor. You get an in-display fingerprint scanner, an audio jack, NFC, and Wi-Fi 6. The phone packs 4025mAh battery with support for 30W fast charge and will run Android 10 with ColorOS 7 on top out of the box.
OPPO is asking for €499 for the flagship phone, which is significantly higher than the €349 Mi 10 Lite 5G. However, it is cheaper than the €599 Nokia 8.3 5G.
The Find X2 Pro I liked it right away, it will be because from the first start I saw something different than the old interface Color OS 6.x which – it’s no secret – has always puzzled me trying the various Oppo. So the first obstacle has been removed, a sigh of relief and without prejudice, the discovery of a right top of the range, without noteworthy compromises.
It is certainly not small with his 165.2mm tall, but the form factor of 19.8: 9 facilitates the grip; even the slightly curved side edges help in ergonomics and does not make the interaction complicated; in fact, I have not found annoying involuntary touches. At first glance, it is the 10bit display that strikes, boasts a maximum brightness of 800 nits and is HDR + certified, which pushes it up to peaks of 1200 local nits with specific contents. The 6.7-inch diagonal is what I consider almost perfect, certainly generous (too much for those who love small smartphones) but still manageable, a pleasure for the eyes in viewing video content thanks also to the front hole that barely hinders.
The topics to touch are many, and the positive things indeed predominate. Still, after trying it for weeks, I concentrated on the few shortcomings, and for this reason, I decided to group them immediately, without going around them, in a short and concise list.