oppo find x2 pro price in Pakistan 2020- (oppo find x2 pro review)
Oppo currently has the chance to conquer the Asian and European market and get market share from Huawei – but does the Oppo Find X2 Pro have what it takes?
oppo find x2 pro price in Pakistan: 211,709
- Great display
- Very fast VOOC fast charging
- Water and dust protected according to IP68
- 512 GB storage
- Outstanding performance
- Very expensive
- Only one SIM card slot
- No wireless charging
- Small weaknesses in low-light photos
Oppo is still relatively unknown in the western markets, although the manufacturer sold 124 million smartphones last year. The Oppo Find X2 Pro is a premium smartphone that doesn’t have to hide from the competition when it comes to hardware. However, the question is: is the price of 211,709 justified?
The Find X2 Pro is available in two designs – you have the choice between vegan leather and ceramic. Both variants look great and also feel very high quality. The model with vegan leather is a real eye-catcher, the ceramic case, on the other hand, is almost standard and quite a fingerprint magnet.
Just like the competition, Oppo does not have a headphone jack, but at least it comes with a USB-C adapter.
The Find X2 Pro is a little heavier than the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and iPhone 11 Pro – the ceramic version weighs 207 g, the leather version 200 g. Although it has the longest display in comparison, the Oppo is comfortable to hold – better than the S20 Ultra – which is mainly due to the curved back.
The Find X2 Pro has a face unlock feature, which works very well – except in the dark. In addition, there is a fingerprint sensor built into the display that responds very quickly, even faster than that of the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The display provides a maximum brightness of 800–1200 nits and is therefore easy to read even in bright sunlight.
It measures 6.7 inches and has a WQHD + resolution and a pixel density of 513 ppi. The refresh rate of 120 Hz ensures a smooth screen experience. The Oppo Find X2 Pro doesn’t have to hide from the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in this regard, which is also due to the fact that the OLED panel is manufactured by Samsung. Just like any OLED display, it offers deep black, strong colors and good viewing angle stability.
The display can also be adjusted in many ways –
for example, there is a night mode, an eye-friendly mode and advanced functions such as the automatic adjustment of the color temperature to the environment (similar to TrueTone on the iPhone).
We recommend that you keep the default settings for the display. Here it runs at 120 Hz refresh rate in Google apps, but at 60 Hz in apps from other providers. Gamer should add their games to Game Space – the frame rate is not mentioned anywhere, but all games are optimized for maximum performance, which is very likely also affects the refresh rate. Games look fantastic on the Oppo Find X2 Pro.
With a refresh rate of 60 Hz, significantly less battery life is consumed and for apps such as Instagram this is also completely sufficient.
Oppo upscaling works well, especially if you use the 120 Hz setting. Oppo’s Ultra Vision Engine enables upscaling from 30 frames per second to 60 frames per second and converts videos with standard dynamic range in such a way that they exploit the potential of the 10-bit HDR display. This feature also works with Netflix and YouTube and can optionally be deactivated in the settings. Videos look great, but at the moment the highest resolution supported by Netflix is 960 x 540 pixels – but that should change soon.
The display also covers 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and is protected by Gorilla Glass 6.
My only criticism is that it’s a curved display – this makes it more prone to screen breaks and causes the edges to appear a little darker than the rest of the screen.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro contains a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and 12 GB RAM. In addition to the Kirin 990 from Huawei, the Snapdragon 865 is our favorite for 2020. The performance even exceeds that of the Exynos chips in the European Galaxy smartphones from Samsung.
In our test, the Find X2 Pro did not stutter a bit – whether in games or when recording 4K videos.
The Find X2 Pro comes standard with 512 GB of storage space, which is fantastic! That’s four times more than the S20 Plus and eight times more than the iPhone 11 Pro.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro has three rear cameras – the main camera and the ultra-wide-angle camera are each equipped with a 48 MP sensor, the 13 MP telephoto camera supports 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and 60x digital zoom.
Overall, the camera performance of the Oppo Find X2 Pro is excellent. The camera is responsive, the photos are detailed and look very good in most situations. Incidentally, night mode works with all three cameras.
Oppo also offers users the ability to take RAW photos and 4K videos at up to 60 frames per second.
Overall, the camera performance is very good, but a little below average for a flagship smartphone.
In good lighting conditions, the Oppo Find X2 delivers very decent results, most of which are extremely accurate. The level of detail corresponds to what we would expect from any mid- to high-end smartphone camera in good lighting conditions. The missing TOF sensor does not seem to cause any problems, the portrait pictures show no errors.
Photos in low-light conditions
When the lights go out outside, the automatic night mode switches on and it manages to work out even the darkest shadows reasonably well. However, we believe that the wheat is separated from the chaff here. Even a mid-range phone can take fantastic photos when the lighting is good, and when the lighting is poor, the differences to the premium handsets become apparent. The low-light photos on the Find X2 Pro are nothing special, we have not seen anything like the lens flare effect in street lighting on top-of-the-line smartphones for a long time, and here we determine this every time we take a picture with a direct light source.
All-day battery life in just 38 minutes!
The Oppo Find X2 Pro has a 4260 mAh battery, which may sound a bit disappointing at first glance, but in our test it delivered all-day battery life without any problems.
During the day I took lots of photos, played some games and spent a lot of time typing messages and surfing the internet – in the evenings the battery level was never less than 25%. The battery doesn’t last two days, but if you forget to charge your smartphone in the evening, you still get to work with the 25%.
Because the battery life is very good, I forgot to charge the device several times during my two-week test. On the Samsung Galaxy S20, on the other hand, I constantly used the charging cable to make sure that I didn’t run out of juice.
Wireless charging would have been a great extra, but at least the Oppo Find X2 Pro supports 60 W fast charging. By the way, I use the power supply of the OnePlus 7T – it is ultimately produced by the same manufacturer.