OPPO Find X2 Pro Review: And in this video, we’re going to be taking a deeper dive into the OPPO Find X2 Pro.
Big thanks to OPPO for partnering with me on this video.
So I’ve been using this for around about a month now and there’s a lot to talk about.
I actually wanted to do this video outside, do a bit of a day in the life, but unfortunately, we do have to stay home.
So I hope you’re also staying home and safe.
So initially let’s start off by talking about my absolute favorite feature on the Find X2 Pro, and that is this beautiful display.
Let me just say that this has one of the best displays on any smartphone right now.
It’s around 6.7 inches, it’s OLED, it’s curved, it’s got a small punch out so that gives it a very high screen-to-body ratio, and, most importantly, it’s got a 120-hertz refresh rate, with a Quad HD+ resolution.
This means details are super sharp and animations are very, very smooth.
Now, there are other displays out there that do have a 120-hertz refresh rate, but they can only have that refresh rate at a lower resolution.
With the Find X2 Pro, you are getting the best of the best.
In addition to that you do have 10-bit color, so that’s over a billion colors, and you’ve got a peak brightness of around 1,200 nits
when viewing HDR content, which also makes this one of the brightest displays.
Now, you may be thinking it’s all well and good having such a great display but what if you don’t have the content to match it?
Well, this is where the Ultra Vision Engine comes in.
It’s actually a physical chip that enhances regular content to make the most of this display.
So we first have Motion Clear, which is motion compensation technology, and that will take regular 30-frames-a-second video and make it so that it appears to be at a higher frame rate, 60 frames a second, or even up to 120 frames per second.
And we also have HDR Video Enhancement, and that’s going to give your videos an HDR makeover in real-time.
And this is enabled across your favorite streaming apps, such as Netflix and YouTube, so it’s not just limited to content that’s on the device.
And you’re going to be able to get that enhanced experience across all of these different platforms.
And you also have stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos.
So I think it’s safe to say that the media consumption experience on the Find X2 Pro is going to be second to none.
Now, consuming all of that content is, of course, going to have an impact on battery life, but there are a few features on here to make the most of it.
The first is Auto Select for both resolutions as well as the refresh rate.
And this is going to adopt the resolution and refresh rate depending on the content you’re viewing to save on battery life.
But most importantly you have SuperVOOC 2.0 Flash Charge.
This is 65-watt fast charging and it is the fastest charging I have ever tested on any smartphone.
Generally, most smartphones right now in the market have around 18 watts charging out of the box.
You get 65-watt charging, which is more than triple that on the Find X2 Pro.
And this means you’re going to be able to go from zero to 100% in just around 38 minutes.
So even if you do spend a lot of time-consuming lots of content on here and get through the battery, you’re going to be able to
top it up very, very quickly.
It can actually go from zero to around 40% in just 10 minutes.
Now, it’s starting to look pretty good outside so let’s pop into the garden and talk about the cameras.
Now, looking at the cameras, we do have a triple rear-facing camera setup.
There’s a primary camera, there’s an ultrawide camera and there’s also a telephoto periscope camera.
The primary camera is a 48-megapixel camera and it’s got the Sony IMX689 sensor.
It’s a large sensor and that means you’re going to be able to get in a lot more light, a lot more detail, and it’s also got All Pixel
And that means every pixel is a focus point.
It’s going to give you super-fast focus, even in low-light situations.
There’s optical image stabilization, as well as 12-bit True Capture.
So you’re going to get some great colors, and I really do like what OPPO has done with the cameras this time in terms of color tuning, it is very, very natural.
You’ve then got the ultrawide camera, which is also 48 megapixels.
It’s got a 120-degree field of view, so you’re going to be able to get in a lot more into your shots.
This is using Sony’s IMX586 sensor and it’s also got an ultra-macro mode which is going to allow you to get in super close and get lots of nice detail.
And, finally, we’ve got the 13-megapixel periscope telephoto camera, which is going to give you around 10 times hybrid zoom and it’s really quite impressive how close you can get into your subjects with this camera.
And we’ve also got Ultra Night 3.0, this is going to really enhance your low-light photography, as well as a 32-megapixel front-facing camera for your selfies.
For video, you’ve got Live HDR video mode, which records real-time HDR video in 10-bit color depth.
And there’s also three mic recording, so it’ll really help get rid of unwanted noise and wind.
Now, it’s starting to get a little bit nippy out here so let’s go back inside and check out some of the performance features.
So what’s powering the OPPO Find X2 Pro?
Well, you’ll be pleased to know it is the latest and greatest, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, along with the X55 modem to enable 5G.
So connectivity speeds right up there.
But in addition to that, you do have 12 gigabytes of LPDDR5 RAM with 512 gigabytes of UFS 3.0 storage.
And honestly speaking, in using this for around about a month I’ve had no stutters, performance has been absolutely on point, and especially when gaming.
Because you’ve got 240 hertz of touch sampling that means responsiveness when you’re in a game is pretty much instant, and all of my gamers out there know how important that is.
For software, we do have ColorOS 7.1 built upon Android 10.
And ColorOS has come a long way.
It’s a lot cleaner, it’s got lots of useful features and my favorite is the fact that you can lock your most-used apps into the RAM because there’s plenty here to play with.
And that means they’re going to open almost instantly without having any load times.
For the build and design, you can see that we’ve got a very premium build.
This version here does have a ceramic back, and it’s got this texture which gives it a little bit more grip and it also does look really cool.
But there’s also a vegan leather option which I currently don’t have here.
So if you do want to go for something that really stands out and is really different there is that option there.
We’ve got IP68 water and dust resistance as well, so if you do get a bit of a splash on this that’s not going to be a problem at all.
So that’s the OPPO Find X2 Pro.
I’ve definitely enjoyed using it over the past month or so.
And I think it’s safe to say that this is one of the best smartphones that you can buy right now.
What do you guys think of the Find X2 Pro?
Definitely let me know in the comments below.
If you’re interested in finding out more or pick one of these up then I’ll leave some links in the description below.
I hope you enjoyed this article and found it useful.
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