We know a little more about the technical specifications of the upcoming Find X6 Pro. For him, Oppo would have simply gone for the best of Qualcomm and Sony.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 under the hood and IMX989 sensor under the lens? In any case, this is what ensures ITHome about the new Oppo Find X6 Pro. If the image shared by the specialized site differs significantly from those revealed a few months ago by Evan Blass, we know that the device would be equipped with the latest SoC from Qualcomm and the best sensor currently available from Sony.
In detail, we know that the final version of the Find X6 Pro would include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, an IMX989 main sensor and two IMX890 secondary sensors, including a 50 Mpx wide angle and a 50 Mpx periscopic zoom in 1/1.56″. The device would also be equipped with the MariSilicon X chip, developed internally by Oppo, and would group all its sensors in a circular island centered on its back.
Towards a high-level technical sheet for Find X6 and Find X6 Pro
The “non-Pro” model of the Find X6 would be “satisfied” for its part with a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chip and an IMX890 main sensor. This model would also benefit from a 4,800 mAh battery compatible with 80W fast charging, and would be IP54 certified, being limited to a maximum thickness of 9.2mm.
The Pro model would be powered by a slightly larger 5,000 mAh battery, this time compatible with 100W fast charging. There would also be support for 50W wireless fast charging and an IP68 protection index.
The two variants of the device would also be equipped with a 2772 by 1240 pixel Amoled screen, and an adaptive refresh rate that can automatically vary between 40 and 120 Hz depending on the content displayed and the uses. Once again, Oppo would finally trust the experience of the Swedish Hasselblad to refine the photographic part of its next flagship.
It remains to be seen when it will hit the market. Its predecessor, the Find X5 Pro, launched last year, had been marketed for its part at the end of February.
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