Digital Talk Station claims that the Oppo Find X6 Pro’s display will be capable of a stunning 2,500 nits of peak brightness. The 6.8-inch Samsung E6 screen will have a QHD+ (1,440 by 3,168-pixel) resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, making it a very capable device.
The leaker also provided information on the available colours for the new flagship. Desert Silver Moon leather editions will be 9.5mm thick and 216g in weight (note the small glass panel up top). Glass comes in two colours: Flying Spring Green and Cloud Ink Black, and both are 9.1mm thick and 218g in weight.
The standard Oppo Find X6 has a glass body and measures in at 8.96mm thick and 207g in weight. The product will be accessible in the following colour options: Flying Spring Green, Starry Sky Black, and Snow Mountain Gold.
Oppo apparently had two versions of the base device ready, one with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and another with a Dimensity 9200. The Dimensity model, however, is said to be the only one getting a release.
The Pro, however, will include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 along with up to 1TB of UFS 4.0 storage and up to 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM (though that might be reserved for a special edition).
One module of the Pro’s triple 50MP camera is said to feature Sony’s 1″ IMX989 sensor, while the other two are believed to use the 1/1.56″ IMX890. The IMX709 32MP RGBW sensor is being reserved for the front-facing camera. The future MariSilicon X2 ISP, a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor, and a 13-channel multi-spectral ambient light sensor are all recommended as supplementary gear.
The Find X6 Pro, according to a previous report by DCS, would allow 100W SuperVOOC charging, while the base model will only be able to handle 80W. The Find X6 series has not yet had its official release date announced.