After announcing the Oppo Find N3 Flip in India and the Oppo Find N3 globally, Oppo is now gearing up to launch its camera-centric Find X upgrade, which has been tagged as the Find X7 Pro. We’ve seen a few leaks about this upcoming flagship smartphone from Oppo, which is expected to take on the best camera smartphones in the segment, but there are finally more details about its launch and the type of cameras it will offer .
Just a month after the global unveiling of the Find N series, Oppo’s camera-centric Find X series is expected to see an official unveiling in the coming days. Oppo previously said it has planned an event to launch several products on November 23 in China. Oppo will unveil its latest Oppo Find
According to tipster Digital Chat Station’s Weibo post, more phones will be launched around the same time. Besides Oppo’s Find X7 Pro, you can also expect Nubia and Honor to announce their flagships around the same time, before the Spring Festival. The source claims that the Nubia Z60 Ultra and Honor Magic 6 Pro will also be unveiled around the same time.
Another post from the same tipster suggests more details about the rear camera setup of the Oppo Find X7 Pro. According to the tipster, Oppo will move to a quad-camera setup this year, unveiling a new Find
For reference, the outgoing model, called the Oppo Find 8x optical zoom) periscope telephoto camera and a 50-megapixel Ultra-wide camera with a 110-degree field of view.
The Oppo Find 1/2.4-inch) periscope telephoto with 6x optical zoom. The setup is also expected to include a fourth 50-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera. As with most of its premium smartphones, the Oppo Find X7 Pro will also feature the XCD technology developed in collaboration with camera specialist Hasselblad.
As for the rest, we already know from a previous report that the Oppo Find X7 Pro could feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, while the cheaper Find It remains unclear how Oppo plans to use its dual periscope telephoto camera setup. Samsung’s Galaxy S23 Ultra also includes two telephoto cameras, but only one of them is a periscopic telephoto with 10x optical zoom (230mm), which uses a 10-megapixel sensor. The other 3X telephoto camera also uses a 10-megapixel sensor, but both together produce some truly impressive photos, as seen in our previous camera shootout with an iPhone 14 Pro.