Renders of the Oppo Find X2 and the X2 Pro have appeared. Both devices have a screen with a hole for the front camera. At the back are three cameras, the X2 Pro has a prism for a periscopic telephoto lens.
The renders are put on Twitter by Ishan Agarwal. He claims that these are official renders. Agarwal often puts information about new smartphones online at an early stage. It is striking that Oppo opts for a hole in the screen. With the Find X from 2018, there was no hole or notch in the screen, because the manufacturer used a sliding construction.
The images show that both devices will have three cameras on the back. It is probably a combination of a regular camera, an ultra-wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera. The X2 Pro shows a square ‘lens’. This indicates a prism in combination with a periscopic telephoto lens. Oppo previously used such a construction in its Reno 10x Zoom. The Huawei P30 Pro and Samsung S20 Ultra also have such a periscopic telephoto lens. By placing the lens horizontally in the housing, a larger focal length is possible, for more optical ‘zoom’.
Oppo will announce the Find X2 smartphones on Friday. Earlier, the manufacturer already announced that the X2 will have a ‘3k screen’ with a refresh rate of 120Hz. The renders show a screen ratio of approximately 20:9. It may be a panel with a resolution of 3200×1440 pixels, as Samsung uses in its S20 series. It is also already known that the Find X2 will receive a Snapdragon 865-soc and an X55 modem for 5g.