The Find X6 Pro, Oppo’s newest flagship smartphone, is about to go on sale. Monday brought us our first look at what might be the device’s back camera layout thanks to an unsubstantiated Weibo post. According to the Weibo article, the back camera design has four factory-applied holes in the covering.
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Collaboration Between Oppo and Hasselblad Verified by New Images
The ToF LiDAR sensor is supposed to go in the top hole, and the primary and ultra-wide-angle cameras are supposed to go in the two circular holes at the bottom, according to the Giz China report. The telephoto lens fits into the final rectangular hole.
These holes and their layout support the images that were taken a few days earlier. The Weibo post, as mentioned in an article by Notebook Check, also makes reference to the Oppo and Hasselblad partnership that was seen on the Find X3 Pro a few years back in addition to its camera design. To the right of the telephoto lens and mostly discernible is the Hasselblad logo.
The Effective Camera System with the ToF LiDAR Sensor and MariSilicon X Chip
This verifies the MariSilicon X chip, an internal image processor, is present (ISP). The ToF LiDAR sensor and the MariSilicon X chip, together with the Find X6 Pro’s strong camera system, promise to deliver remarkable imaging capabilities.
With the help of the Hasselblad alliance and this cutting-edge technology, the Oppo Find X6 Pro should rank among the best flagship cameras available. The Oppo Find X6 Pro’s exact launch date is unknown, but the company should reveal more details shortly.
Outstanding Specifications and Features of Oppo’s Newest Flagship Device
With its ground-breaking specs and features, Oppo’s newest flagship gadget, which is expected to be released later this year, is sure to make waves in the market. The device is anticipated to include an outstanding 6.82-inch Samsung E6 panel with a 2K resolution display, a maximum refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, and all four curved corners.
Additionally, it boasts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU for incredibly quick performance. Because it has LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, this device is a great choice for people who want to multitask well and utilise headphones.
Exclusive ISP from Hasselblad for superior image quality
The camera configuration, which includes a custom ISP, MariSilicon X, and Hasselblad branding, is the cherry on top. According to an article by IT Home, it boasts a 50MP Sony IMX890 primary back camera, optical stabilisation, a 50MP Sony IMX890 ultra-wide angle rear camera, a 50MP Sony IMX890 rear telephoto camera, and a 50MP Sony IMX890 rear depth camera with a ToF LiDAR sensor.
The 32MP Sony IMX709 front camera has been improved. Additionally, the Oppo gadget does not skimp out on battery life, coming with a 5,000mAh battery for all-day use with choices for 100W cable charging and 50W wireless charging. NFC, IP68 moisture and dust resistance, and in-display fingerprint security are further features.