the technical sheet of the two smartphones continues to be clarified

Oppo is expected to unveil two new high-end smartphones next month, the Find X6 and X6 Pro. Before their official launch, we already know a little more about their technical data sheet.

Find X6 Pro

On the Chinese social network Weibo, the leaker Digital Chat Station has provided new information concerning the screens of Oppo Find X6 and X6 Pro, the next flagships of the Chinese manufacturer. As in previous years, both devices should benefit very different screens, here is what we know.

First, the classic Find X6 will use a 6.74-inch curved AMOLED 1.5K panel, with an unusual definition of 2772 x 1240 pixels. We will also be entitled to a PWM 2160 dimming, which is found on a handful of high-end smartphones, as well as fairly thin borders.

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The Find X6 Pro promises to offer one of the best screens on the market

For its part, the Find X6 Pro, the most expensive model, will benefit from a AMOLED QHD+ panel (3168 x 1440 pixels). The latter would be a little larger, with a size included between 6.8 and 6.9 inches. The most significant change will obviously be the inclusion of the LTPO technologywhich dynamically varies the frequency of the screen depending on the content displayed, to save battery power.

The flagship screen will also be able to reach peak 1800 nits. It’s worse than the 1900 nits of the Xiaomi 13 Probut it’s a bit better than the 1750 nits Galaxy S23 Ultra which will be released on February 1.

Oppo having unveiled its previous Find X5 and Find X5 Pro last February, it is expected that the new generation will be officially presented as early as next month. By then, we should therefore learn a little more about the two devices. In particular, we expect more details concerning the size of the battery, which will probably be 5000mAh, but also on fast charging. The latter would reach 100Wlike the recent OnePlus 11. However, this time we should be entitled to wireless charging.

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