The Oppo Find X6 Pro would be launched on March 21, 2023. Despite the critical success of its predecessor, the Chinese firm would not plan a worldwide launch.
In recent weeks, the leaks have been more and more insistent about the Oppo Find X6 Pro. As a reminder, Oppo’s next flagship may not launch in Europe despite its very significant critical success – we crowned it ourselves as a smartphone of the year 2022.
Before even considering a European launch, the phone must already be formalized for the Chinese market. This step should not take too long according to the leaker Digital Chat Station, for whom the presentation would be scheduled for this Thursday, March 16, 2023. Another leaker, Abhishek Yadav, which has proven itself reliable on several occasions, reckons the phone will be unveiled on March 21. However, it is based on a leak on Weibo that he himself takes without citing the source, so we can give Digital Chat Station a little more credit.
Oppo Pad 2 and presentation date
Oppo’s smartphone would be presented together with an Oppo Find X6, but also, surprise, an Oppo Pad 2. If the manufacturer decides to launch it here, the name will be questioned, since the first Oppo Pad had ended up being called Oppo. air pad
The Oppo Find X6 Pro should make a serious argument: 100W fast charging, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 1-inch IMX 989-type photosensor. The block of photos would therefore consist of a 50-megapixel triple module. The Oppo Find X6 would bet on a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. The Oled screen sizes would also differ with 6.82 inches at 120 Hz for the Pro model and 6.74 for the vanilla. IP 68 would remain the prerogative of the Pro version.
After a difficult year for the brand, marked by a very significant slowdown in sales worldwide, its decision not to launch its flagship worldwide seems entirely rational. But in the face of the excellent vintage to which we were entitled in 2022, it is difficult not to regret it.
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