OPPO Find X4 Pro specifications surfaces online ahead of official launch next year | 91mobiles.com

OPPO is not even done announcing the Reno7 series, and details about OPPO’s second flagship lineup for 2022 – the OPPO Find X series – have started appearing online. Earlier this year, OPPO unveiled the Find X3 series consisting of the Find X3 Pro, Find X3 Neo, and Find X3 Lite that arrived with up to 120Hz displays, 65W fast charging, and more. It now looks like the OPPO Find X4 series launch is in the works. New information about the OPPO Find X4 Pro has popped up on the Internet, revealing key specifications of the upcoming OPPO flagship.

OPPO Find X4 Pro specifications (rumoured)

OPPO Find X4 Pro Digital Chat Station

The information comes from prominent tipster Digital Chat Station, who shared the upcoming OPPO Find X4 Pro specifications on Weibo. As per the tipster, the OPPO Find X4 Pro would feature a 6.7-inch display having a QHD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Further, the Find X4 Pro might come with a triple rear camera setup consisting of a pair of 50MP sensors, expected to be paired with a wide and ultrawide lens. The third camera could be a 13MP or 12MP sensor with 2x optical zoom. On the front, it would have a 32MP camera housed inside the punch hole cutout. The tipster further suggests that the smartphone might be powered by SM8450, rumoured to be the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset. The chipset inside would be paired with 12GB RAM. The Find X4 Pro is expected to ship with support for 80W fast charging. The OPPO Find X4 Pro is expected to debut in early 2022.

Earlier this month, tipster Mukul Sharma revealed that the OPPO Find X4 Pro and other smartphones under the BBK umbrella would come with 125W charging support. Last year, OPPO showcased the 125W Flash Charger, which claims to charge 41 per cent battery in 5 minutes. OPPO would not be the first company to incorporate such high wattage charging technology in its smartphones. Few companies, including Xiaomi and iQOO, have already launched smartphones with 120W charging in the past.

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