Oppo, a renowned brand among phone enthusiasts, is one of the subsidiaries of China’s BBK Electronics, which also includes Vivo, OnePlus, Realme, and iQOO. Anticipated to be released in the first quarter of 2024, Oppo’s upcoming flagship series is the Find X7 line. The Find X7 Pro, a part of this series, is rumored to be equipped with the Dimensity 9300 SoC and powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset.
One intriguing rumor surrounding the Find X7 Pro suggests that it will feature a quad-camera setup, boasting not just one, but two periscope cameras. Furthermore, recent speculation regarding the device’s rear design seems to be validated by a leaked live photo on Weibo, which allegedly showcases the Find X7 Pro in its natural environment. The rear camera module, shaped like an octagon, may evoke thoughts of a “Stop” sign in the minds of observers.
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The Find X7 Pro boasts a photography system consisting of four cameras, each with its own unique capabilities. The primary camera is a 50MP Wide camera, equipped with Sony’s 1-inch LYT900 sensor. Interestingly, this same sensor is rumored to be used in the 50MP Primary camera of the upcoming OnePlus 12.
OPPO FIND X7 PRO SPECS:
In addition to the primary camera, the Find X7 Pro also features two periscope cameras. One of these periscope cameras offers up to 2.7x optical zoom and utilizes Sony’s IMX890 sensor. The second periscope camera, on the other hand, is backed by a 50MP Sony IMX858 sensor and provides an impressive 6x optical zoom.
Completing the camera setup is a 50MP ultra-wide angle camera, which also utilizes the Sony IMX890 sensor. It’s worth noting that Hasselblad, the renowned camera manufacturer, may include some filters with the Find X7 Pro’s photography system, such as a Portrait Mode and a Bokeh Flare Portrait.
While the exact battery size for the Find X7 Pro remains unknown, rumors suggest that it will support 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging. Considering that the Find X6 Pro featured a 5000mAh battery, it would be surprising to see a lower capacity for the Find X7 Pro.
It is anticipated that the Find X7 lineup will make its debut either in the latter part of January or the beginning of February.
oppo find x7 pro launch date
Oppo is set to unveil its camera-focused Find X series in the coming days, just a month after the global launch of the Find N series. The company has scheduled an event on November 23 in China to launch several products, including the latest Oppo Find X7 series of smartphoneS.
The new Oppo Reno 11 series, a new Oppo Pad Air 2, and other products. According to Digital Chat Station’s Weibo post, Nubia and Honor are also expected to announce their flagship phones before the Spring Festival, with the Nubia Z60 Ultra and Honor Magic 6 Pro set to be revealed around the same time.
Additionally, the same tipster has revealed that Oppo will be introducing a quad-camera setup in its new Find X phone, featuring one primary camera, two telephoto cameras, and one ultra-wide camera as part of its rear camera system.
The Oppo Find X6 Pro, the previous model, is equipped with a triple-rear camera setup. This setup consists of a 50-megapixel 1.0-inch type primary camera, a 50-megapixel 65mm periscope telephoto camera with 2.8X optical zoom, and a 50-megapixel 110-degree FoV ultra-wide camera.
oppo company owner
Chen, together with fellow billionaire Scott Lin, established Largan Precision, a prominent lens provider for Apple and various other technology companies. Despite stepping down as chairman, Chen continues to hold a position on Largan’s board, while his wife maintains a significant ownership stake in the company. Largan is renowned for its expertise in manufacturing smartphone lenses and holds a substantial market share, accounting for a quarter of the global market.
In contrast, Oppo is a Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer headquartered in Dongguan, Guangdong. The company specializes in a wide range of products, including smartphones, smart devices, audio devices, power banks, and various other electronic goods.