Australian Review: OPPO Find X2 Pro, well worthy of the Find moniker

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OPPO has changed their tack in recent years moving from living exclusively in the entry and mid levels moving into the much more exclusive ultra-premium range. Last year they debuted the Reno 5G and Reno 10x Zoom in Australia but this year they are taking a step up again with a device that is set […]
OPPO has changed their tack in recent years moving from living exclusively in the entry and mid levels moving into the much more exclusive ultra-premium range. Last year they debuted the Reno 5G and Reno 10x Zoom in Australia but this year they are taking a step up again with a device that is set to be able to compete with the best of devices on all levels — the Find X2 Pro.

The Find series has only been used a few times in OPPO's history and has been held aside for devices where they put their heart and entire focus into. This year the Find X2 Pro looks to be set to be this, and then some.

We loved the OnePlus 8 Pro that we reviewed a few weeks ago and that is a hard act to follow for stable-mate OPPO. The devices share much of the same DNA, manufactured using the same supply chains we were looking forward to seeing if and how OPPO could out-do their upstart sibling. Read on for our thoughts on how the OPPO Find X2 Pro is their best smartphone ever.

Pros Cons Highest rated smartphone display Software still has a few issues Sleek, solid design Battery life good but not great SuperVOOC 2.0 fastest wired charging on the market No wireless charging One of the best smartphone cameras available in 2020

OPPO can do hardware as good as anyone

OPPO has made a name for themselves with their hardware in the past few years. Their ability to machine great looking — and great feeling — devices at a relatively affordable price is unmatched.

The Find X2 Pro is not a light device, coming in at 217gm for the ceramic version and 200gm for the vegan leather version. Is it too heavy? No but it is certainly a hefty device, heftier than the OnePlus 8 Pro that is for sure — 10% more.

Turn on the device and you are met with the same display that is in the OnePlus 8 Pro — albeit a smidgen smaller, 6.7 vs 6.78-inch. The display is possibly the best display in any smartphone so far this year, winning a host of awards for best in class from DisplayMate.

The display is the same…
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