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Oppo is a brand that has been gaining popularity in the smartphone market for some time now. The company offers many different types of phones, all with varying features and capabilities. Here at review mobile phones, we review smartphones from various brands. Today, we review one of Oppo’s latest models:

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The Oppo Find X2 Pro flaunts a chunky camera assembly on its back, compromises and gets a punch hole in the display, and limits its moving bits to just the vibration motor. So it must have lost all the charm that the Find X from mid-2018 had – its elevating camera assembly was plenty cool on its own, but it also kept the backflush and the display cutout-free, only whirring up swiftly when needed. Ah, but it’s a different kind of charmer than the Find X2 Pro.

  • Possibly the best display on the market.
  • Beautiful display
  • Great, versatile cameras
  • 32 MP Front camera.
  • 48 MP Main camera.
  • 4260 mAh battery.
  • No wireless charging
  • Not available in the US
  • Expensive
Battery Life9.3
Face Recognition9.5
Fingerprint Scanner9.0
Value for money9.6
Quality of material8.8


The Oppo find x2 pro is a new phone that has been announced by the company on It features a large touchscreen display, as well as many other great features to make this device one of the best on the market. All in all, if you’re looking for an affordable option with lots of great qualities, then I highly recommend checking out this device. Having launched in March 2020, the Oppo Find X2 Pro is widely available.


Body:165.2×74.4×8.8mm, 217g (Ceramic), 165.2×74.4×9.5mm, 200g (Vegan leather); IP68 rating.
Screen:6.7″ AMOLED, 1440x3168px resolution, 19.8:9 (2.2:1) aspect ratio, 513ppi; 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling, HDR10+ support.
Chipset:Snapdragon 865 (7nm+): Octa-core CPU (1×2.84 GHz Kryo 585 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 585); Adreno 650 GPU.
Memory:12GB LPDDR5 RAM, 512GB built-in UFS 3.0 storage, no microSD slot.
OS/Software:Android 10, ColorOS 7.1.
Rear camera:Wide (main): 48MP, 1/1.43″ sensor, 1.12µm pixel size, 25mm equiv. focal length, f/1.7 aperture, PDAF, OIS. Telephoto: 13MP, 1/3.4″, 0.8µm, 129mm periscope lens, f/3.0, PDAF, OIS. Ultra wide angle: 48MP, 1/2.0″, 0.8µm, 17mm, f/2.2, PDAF. 1080p/30fps video support.
Front camera:32MP, f/2.4, 26mm (our estimate), 0.7µm, fixed focus. 1080p/30fps video support.
Battery:4,260mAh, 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging support.



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As soon as you pick up the Oppo Find X2 Pro you know this is a seriously premium-level phone – our review unit came in a rather fetching sage green shade with a faux leather finish, but you can also go for a brighter orange (again with the leather effect) or a more understated and conventional black (with a ceramic finish) if you prefer. It’s thin, it’s lightweight, and it looks every inch like a modern-day smartphone.

The OLED screen is fantastic too, stretching 6.7 inches from corner to corner, and running at a sharp resolution of 1440×3168 pixels. The screen boasts HDR10+ support as well as a refresh rate of 120Hz (double the conventional 60Hz), which means that animations, menus, and webpages look ultra-smooth while you’re scrolling and moving around different screens on the phone.

The display uses curved edges, which may or may not be to your liking – we tend to prefer flat edges but the curved option definitely has its own aesthetic appeal. What’s most important is that colors are bright, details are pin-sharp, and everything that you bring upon this display looks fantastic: whether it’s scrolling through webpages, watching videos, or browsing through social media apps, the Oppo Find X2 Pro screen is one of the best that we’ve seen recently.



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The Find X2 Pro comes with three rear cameras: a massive 48-megapixel main shooter, a 48-megapixel ultrawide-angle camera, and a 13-megapixel telephoto lens. On the front, you’ll find a 32-megapixel selfie camera. Overall, the Find X2 Pro cameras take fantastic photographs and video. The camera captured vibrant and dramatic colors when I used its AI Color Dazzle feature (great for social media). But even without AI enhancement, the cameras took detailed, sharp, and rich photos.

Find X2 5G phones also support Motion Clear, a video enhancement technology that can speed up the frame rate of videos below 30 frames per second to 60fps or 120fps. This gives a smoother viewing experience, especially for video showing fast-moving activities like sports. The Find X2 Pro relies on the Iris 5 display chip, developed by San Jose, California-based Pixelworks, to achieve this.

Most mainstream content, however, including Hollywood movies, is shot on 24fps. So, if you’re watching video that’s shot at 24fps at a higher frame rate of, say, 120fps, Motion Clear won’t lend itself to a pleasurable viewing experience. I find it too hyperrealistic and I’m just not accustomed to watching movies or TV at such high frame rates.


With the display resolution set to 1440p and the refresh rate at 120Hz, we got a rather lowly 9 hours of Wi-Fi web browsing out of the Find X2 Pro. Switching to 60Hz but keeping the resolution at the maximum setting, we clocked nearly 12 hours. On the Galaxy S20 Ultra at 1080p/120Hz we were looking at 10:32 (so a significant hour and a half more but at a lower resolution), while going for 1440p/60Hz resulted in 12:08, a mere 18minutes more than the Find X2 Pro.

The Find X2 Pro was good for a little over 25 hours of voice calls over a 3G network, about an hour more than the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The standby draw wasn’t too high in our testing either.

Overall, the Oppo Find X2 Pro got an Endurance rating of 88 hours with its display at 1440p/120Hz and 96 hours when halving the refresh rate.


Though we’re still putting the phone through lab tests, anecdotally, the battery lasted me throughout the day with mild usage. That means I checked my email, WhatsApp, and social media apps, watched YouTube videos for a few minutes, took photos, and made a few phone calls and WhatsApp while I had my display set to 120Hz refresh rate, Quad HD+, and 50 percent brightness. 

Both the Find X2 and its more expensive counterpart, the Find X2 Pro, are loaded with the premium hardware: 5G capabilities, the newest Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12GB RAM, and 512GB of storage. I ran benchmarks below and you can see it stacked up well against other phones with the same chip, achieving similar results in our 3DMark and Geekbench 5 tests. You can also compare the Find X series’ specs with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus in the CNET specs chart found below the benchmark charts.


The OPPO FIND X2 PRO is more significant than previous phones in every way, boasting a 6.7-inch screen and 512 GB storage option. The already good camera has been slightly improved, and its stereo speakers are the first for this series of devices.

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