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Here are some details on the upcoming Oppo Find X2


If you guys remember the Find X, we can tell you that this interesting smartphone from Oppo had gained a decent amount of success and popularity among the smartphone lovers around the world and now it seems like the Chinese consumer electronics and mobile communications company is reportedly in work for a successor to their Find X model. In a recent talk with Oppo's officials, our sources have confirmed that the Dongguan based manufacturer is already considering a refresh to their Find lineup, which is now supposedly named as the all new Find X2.

This next in line device is said to bring improvements to all the key selling aspects of it's predecessor smartphone. The Find X2 is also reported to carry the same full screen design from it's existing brother Find X. Oppo is also planning to increase the refresh rates of the display, that should indeed give out better colors and higher dynamic range. From the camera department, you can also expect improvements resulting in higher zoom quality, better low-light pictures and more. Find X1 is also said to introduce Sony's latest and custom sensor using All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF. In terms of software we also read that there will be more options to unlock the smartphone (which is still not disclosed) and even anticipate a faster charging technology for it's battery.

Source: pocketnow

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