Oppo announces Find X2 Pro flagship: 120Hz 1440p screen, periscope camera, orange leather

Today Oppo is announcing the Find X2 Pro, its first phone to use the Find name since the original Find X in 2018. Unlike that phone, it doesn’t use the still-unique motorized sliding mechanism that helped Oppo achieve a notchless display. But like that phone, it does see Oppo turning out the sleekest, fastest, most premium device it possibly can in order to compete with the highest-end models from the likes of Samsung and Huawei.
First of all, just look at that color. The Find X2 Pro is available either in black ceramic or this orange-and-gold vegan leather version you see here, which seemed ridiculous when I first took it out of the box — but I have to admit it’s growing on me. It’s a little bit Vertu, sure, but in a good, bold way. It’s fun just to look at this thing.
The same is true of the screen, which is clearly one of the best panels available in a phone — if not the best. It’s a 6.7-inch 3168x1440 OLED display with curved edges, HDR10+ support, and a refresh rate of 120Hz, putting it up there with the Galaxy S20. Unlike Samsung’s latest flagship, however, you can use the 120Hz mode at the full 1440p resolution, and Oppo also dynamically adjusts the refresh rate based on on-screen content. There’s an optical in-display fingerprint sensor and a small hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera.

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