Photos show OPPO Find X5 Pro with its own image processing chip

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Photos of the OPPO Find X5 Pro have surfaced online. It appears that the device is equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 soc and OPPO’s own MariSilicon X chip. That chip consists of a neural processing unit and an image signal processor.

Two photos on Coolapk show the back of the device and a screen with the specifications. On the back of the cameras is the inscription ‘powered by MariSilicon’. With this OPPO refers to its own chip for image processing, which the Chinese manufacturer announced in December last year. Back then, OPPO already said that the chip would come to Find smartphones in early 2022.

The MariSilicon X contains an npu and ips and is equipped with its own memory. The chip makes it possible, among other things, to process 20-bit raw files, to make raw videos in 4k resolution and to make videos in OPPO’s night mode in 4k resolution. Last year’s OPPO Find X3 Pro does that at maximum in 1080p.

The photos also show that the device runs on ColorOS 12.1, is equipped with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of flash storage. The person who posted the photos also mentions some other specs. The device would have an ltpo-oled screen with a variable refresh rate up to 120Hz and the 5000mAh battery could be charged quickly with 80W. Wireless charging with 50W is also possible.

According to the author of the post, like its predecessor, OPPO Find X5 Pro will get two Sony IMX766 sensors with a 50-megapixel resolution and an S5K3M5 sensor with a 13-megapixel resolution on the back. The former is a relatively large 1/1.56″ sensor that OPPO uses for the primary camera and the ultra-wide angle camera. The 13Mp sensor is a small 1/3.1″ sensor with a 2x ‘zoom’ telephoto lens. A macro camera, like that of the X3 Pro, seems to be missing. This was also apparent from renders that show the design of the X5 Pro.

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