Some key details on OPPO’s upcoming flagship, the Find X6 series, have been leaked.
The fanciest of them all, the OPPO Find X6 Pro, is said to have a large 6.8-inch display that uses Samsung’s E6 10-bit panel, with a fast 120Hz refresh rate and a QHD+ resolution at 2168 x 1440 pixels.
Moreover, the Find X6 Pro is said to come with a Desert Silver Moon colorway that features a leather back panel. It’s quite thick at 9.5mm with a weight of 216g. The standard versions will come with a glass back panel and will be called Flying Spring Green and Cloud Ink Black. These two are slightly thinner at 9.1mm, but a bit heavier at 218g.
The Pro is also expected to be powered by the best chipset today, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor with up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM and 1TB of fast UFS 4.0 storage.
As for the cameras, the Find X6 Pro is rumored to have a large 1-inch IMX989 sensor from Sony with 50-megapixels. The telephoto and ultra-wide lenses will also have 1/1.56-inch IMX890 sensors.
On the front, there’s going to be a sharp 32-megapixel RGBW IMX709 sensor for selfies. The upcoming MariSilicon X2 ISP will also debut with the device. Also onboard are a 3D ToF sensor and a 13-channel multi-spectral sensor for ambient light detection.
Meanwhile, the vanilla OPPO Find X6 will only be available with a glass back panel and will be thinner and lighter at 8.96mm and 207g, respectively. The color options are similar: Flying Spring Green, Starry Sky Black, and Snow Mountain Gold.
The vanilla Find X6 was previously expected to come with two CPU variants: one with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and the other with a Dimensity 9200. However, it’s said that the Qualcomm chip may never arrive after all.
It’s also revealed that the vanilla Find X6 will have 80W fast charging while the Pro variant will boast 100W SuperVOOC technology.
OPPO is yet to announce the official launch date for the new Find X6 series.