The launch of Oppo Find X6 and Find X6 Pro is becoming clearer. The two smartphones have been seen on the 3C certification database and we know several details (which are still potential) about this series. The Find X6 would have a load of 80 W while its “Pro” version would be entitled to a maximum of 100 W.
The future Oppo Find X6 and Find X6 Pro are among the most anticipated smartphones of the year, after the critical success of their predecessors, Find X5 and Find X5 Pro. Both models have been identified in the 3C certification: this is the China Compulsory Certificationan equivalent of our CE system in the European Union.
Fast charging that only improves on Find X6 Pro
The place my smart price says the Find X6 has the model number PGFM10 and is said to have 80W fast charging. Similar charging power to last year’s model: it could go from 5% to 75% in around 20 minutes.
Regarding the version Pro », the model number is PGEM10. It would benefit from 100W fast charging, gaining 20W of power from last year. The Oppo Find X5 Pro could fully recharge its 5000 mAh battery in 40 minutes and if the Find X6 Pro’s battery is close in capacity, the recharge could be even faster.
What we know about Oppo Find X6 and Find X6 Pro
Rumors have been growing in recent weeks about this series of Oppo smartphones. We learned a few days ago that there would be two Pro models in the game, with different chips. One would have one while the other would take advantage of the Dimensity 9200, with different amounts of RAM and storage. The versionvanillaI would be satisfied with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. On the photography side, we would be entitled to the Sony IMX890 reference for all Find X6 Pro photo sensors, when the basic version would be entitled to an ISOCELL JN1 for the ultra-wide-angle and a IMX763 for the zoom.
On screen, the Pro model would be entitled to a 6.82-inch AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. The other version would have the same panel, but with a slightly smaller size of 6.74 inches. Finally, about the design, if the renderings posted by Evan Blass are to be believed, the photoblock would be simply huge.
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