Oppo Find X2 To Have 120 Hz Display With Motion Compensation And HDR10

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Oppo Find X2 was set to be revealed at the MWC. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, MWC got cancelled and so did the launch event. The launch event was eventually rescheduled to the 6th of March. With still a few days to go for the phone to launch, Oppo is doing its best to tease features of the phone.

In the latest teaser, Oppo boasts the features of the phone’s display. The teaser has three sections highlighting on different aspects of the phone’s display. First and foremost we have the 120Hz display. Secondly, Oppo promises 1 billion colors in the display. That basically means the phone will support HDR10. Oppo also revealed that the phone will go upto 1200 nits of brightness in HDR mode. Finally, the last part highlights motion compensation. There is not much clarity on this though.

The Oppo Find X2 will be featuring Snapdragon’s flaghship 865 chipset. Along with that we will have QHD+ display and with memory of 8GB RAM + 256GB storage. The battery is said to have a capacity of 4065 mAh, which might be a bit less for this kind of display. The phone will have a 48MP shooter with Sony’s latest omnidirectional focusing sensor. The phone is set to release on the 6th of March, 2020.

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