OPPO Find X5 with Two IMX766 And Telephoto Lens Supported by MariSilicon X

OPPO Find X5 with Two IMX766 And Telephoto

OPPO Find X5 with Two IMX766 And Telephoto

In last month’s MediaTek’s Dimensity flagship strategy and new platform launch, OPPO officially confirmed for the first time that it is Find X series of new flagship products that will debut with the Dimensity 9000 processor, which made many people lament that the hair finally stood up.

Recently, in addition to the Dimensity 9000 processor, the Find X series of new machines this year in other configuration details have also appeared online. Oppo Find X5 is expected to be equipped with a 6.7-inch Samsung E5 luminous material flexible screen with a resolution of 3216×1440p, supporting 120Hz LTPO 2.0 technology, and a single front digging selfie lens of 32 megapixels IMX709.

Rear three camera-lens combination, respectively, 50-megapixel IMX766 main camera (support OIS), 50-megapixel IMX766 free-form lens (110°), 13-megapixel S5K3M5 telephoto lens (2X zoom), the lens design of the machine is a very colorful place, using irregularly curved surface, very high recognition.

A built-in large battery of 5000mAh, support 80W wired fast charging and 50W wireless flash charging, dual speakers, X-axis linear motor, Corning Gorilla Glass cover; optical screen fingerprint, IP68, support NFC function.

OPPO Find X5 with Two IMX766 And Telephoto

It is worth noting that the standard version of OPPO Find X5 does not rule out the possibility of debuting its chip MariSilicon X. It has been confirmed that OPPO Find X5 Pro (Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Version) will debut with this chip. It is reported that MariSilicon X AI arithmetic power can reach up to 18 trillion AI calculations per second, compared to the iPhone 13 Pro Max equipped with A15, MariSilicon X AI arithmetic power is better than the world’s top level.

The launch time of the machine is expected to be after the Spring Festival, because it is the first new Dimensity 9000, so the time is certainly one of the earliest.

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