OPPO Find X7 Series to feature LTPO OLED displays and 100W charging, leak reveals

In a recent leak, Digital Chat Station has pulled back the curtain on OPPO’s much-anticipated Find X7 flagship series, which is expected to launch in the coming weeks. The series include three (3) models: Find X7, Find X7 Ultra, and Find X7 Ultra satellite communication version.

The leak reveals that all three models will feature cutting-edge LTPO OLED panels from BOE, promising vibrant visuals and high resolutions. The Find X7 boasts a 6.78-inch LTPO OLED panel with a resolution of 2780 x 1264 pixels, while the Ultra variant takes it up a notch with a slightly larger 6.82-inch display offering a higher resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels.

OPPO Find X7 Series: Leaked Specs, Features, and Launch Date

The leak also confirms a 5000 mAh battery for both the Find X7 and the Ultra, accompanied by an impressive 100W charging capability. The Ultra model goes a step further by introducing 50W wireless charging, a detail that surfaced earlier through a 3C certification.

Beyond the display and battery, the leak sheds light on the camera specifications of the OPPO Find X7 Series. The Find X7 Pro is expected to feature a quad-rear camera setup, including two periscope lenses. The primary lens is anticipated to be a 50MP Sony LYT-900 sensor, while the periscope lenses boast impressive capabilities with 6X and 2X optical zoom, all equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). The front camera is likely to remain consistent with the OPPO Find X6 Pro, housing a 32MP shooter.

OPPO Find X7 HyperTone

OPPO is set to introduce groundbreaking camera technology named HyperTone, developed in collaboration with Hasselblad. This innovation is expected to enhance HDR quality and bokeh effects in still images, utilizing the latest stack pixel technology for the camera sensor. The OPPO Find X7 Series is poised to be the first device featuring the cutting-edge HyperTone technology.

A surprising twist in the leak is the absence of the Find X7 Pro variant from the series. The tipster believes that there will be no pro variants this time. Despite this omission, sources suggest that the Pro and Ultra may have identical specifications, leaving room for speculation about OPPO’s strategic branding decisions. The move could be an attempt to align with the industry trend, as seen with Samsung and Xiaomi adopting the ‘Ultra’ nomenclature.

The Find X7 Series is set to make waves in the smartphone market, as OPPO aims to compete with other premium brands in terms of performance, design, and innovation. Tech enthusiasts are eager to witness whether OPPO’s Find X7 Series will live up to the leaked specifications and how the absence of the Pro model will impact consumer reception. Stay tuned for more updates as OPPO prepares to unveil its flagship series in the rapidly evolving smartphone landscape.

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