Live images and screenshots purportedly show the OPPO Find X2’s QHD+ 120Hz display
Oppo is all set to unveil its latest flagship, Oppo Find X2, at MWC this month. We first learned about the Oppo Find X2 at Oppo’s Innovation Day event late last year where the Chinese company confirmed that it would be bringing the Find series back in Q1 of 2020. The device recently got certified by Thailand’s NBTC which hinted that there could also be a Pro variant alongside the regular model. We already know the device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and feature Sony’s new 2×2 On-Chip Lens Solution. Details about the other specs of the device aren’t officially confirmed but according to the well-known leaker Ice Universe, the device will sport a QHD display with 120Hz screen refresh rate and 65W fast charging support.
With the official launch just a couple of weeks away, some real-life images and screenshots of the Oppo Find X2 have surfaced on Weibo which add weight to the previous leaks. As per the live images leaked on Weibo, the Oppo Find X2 will feature a curved hole-punch display with very slim bezels all around. The leak further suggests the device will have a QHD+ panel with a 120Hz screen refresh rate, a 240Hz touch sampling rate and will also feature a dedicated display chip.
In a separate leak, a Weibo user has shared several screenshots of the display settings of the Oppo Find X2. As per the screenshots, Find X2 users will have the option to set screen resolution manually and can choose between full HD+ and QHD+.
The same goes for the screen refresh rate: users can manually set the refresh rate to either 60Hz or 120Hz or can select the automatic mode which dynamically changes the refresh rate depending on the content displayed on the screen. Finally, there will also be an option within the display settings which will allow users to upscale SDR content to HDR, strengthening our belief that device may come with Pixelworks’s visual processor.
Oppo is slated to launch the Find X2 on February 22 at MWC 2020 so we shouldn’t have to wait too long to learn more about the device.
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