The Oppo Find X6 series has been much discussed online, especially in terms of hardware specs, but also in terms of design, which could be an unusual one. Now, we have both the full hardware specs list for the three Find X6 models, as well as images depicting the design on the back of the case. It looks like Oppo is adopting an oversized camera module, which could house a 1″ photo sensor. Also, all other hardware specs are top notch.
Find X6 Pro will come in two variants: with Qualcomm and MediaTek processors
As we’ve seen previously in the Oppo Find lineup, the X6 will also come in three variants. We have a top-of-the-line Find X6 Pro model with a Qualcomm processor, another Find X6 Pro model with a MediaTek processor, along with a “standard” Find X6 model that uses a previous-generation processor, the latter being a cheaper model but otherwise equipped with similar hardware.
The flagship of the series, the Find X6 Pro with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor will most likely also be the most expensive. It will use LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, the most powerful components currently available. The 6.82″ display will offer QHD+ resolution at 120 Hz, and a circle will be cut into the screen to house the 32-megapixel camera. The fingerprint sensor is integrated below the screen, and the 5,000 mAh battery charges at 100W wired and 50W wireless.
On the camera front though, we get upgrades across the board. The main sensor will be a 50-megapixel 1″, the same Sony IMX989 we’ve seen on Xiaomi and Sharp/Leica models before. It’s also optically stabilized. The other two cameras also offer 50-megapixel resolution, but with Sony’s IMX890 sensors with ultra-wide lenses and zoom. The camera also benefits from a 13-channel light spectrum sensor, and 3D Lidar sensor. Of course, Hasselblad branding will be present, as well as Oppo’s proprietary MariSilicon X image processor.
In the case of the Find X6 Pro variant with MediaTek processor, the differences are minor. We’re dealing with a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 processor, the Taiwanese manufacturer’s most powerful, along with LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 storage, so there could be performance differences. The screen and cameras are identical, as are the charging options. Both Find X6 Pro variants will integrate linear motor vibration, are water resistant and include NFC and infrared.
Find X6 could be a cheaper alternative, but with small compromises
Those who choose the non-Pro Find X6, however, won’t be giving up much. Oppo equips this model with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 storage, with a 6.74″ screen with QHD+ resolution at 120Hz, all curved at the edges. The cameras are no different though, offering the same sensors and the same advantages.
We can see differences in the battery department though, where the base model in the series gets 4,800 mAh capacity and slower charging at 80W wired and 30W wireless. Also, this model won’t have an IP68 rating like the other variants, but will still be “waterproof”.
The official announcement is expected in China in February, so probably in Europe, the Find X6 series won’t hit stores until spring.