The OPPO Find X5 Pro (Find X4 Pro), smartphone likely launched in March 2022, leaked with its renderings

Aesthetically, the differences with the OPPO Find X3 Pro are quite light.

The excellent OPPO Find X3 Pro launched last spring will have a successor in a few months. Two options: an OPPO Find X4 Pro or directly an OPPO Find X5 Pro (the number 4 is equivalent to 13 in name in Chinese numerology). If the designation remains uncertain, the design is no longer so thanks to images published by OnLeaks.

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Three Cameras on the OPPO Find X5 Pro

As always with these preliminary renderings, they are based on prototypes; the look of the marketed smartphone may differ. As it stands, these images show three objectives (50 Mp + 50 Mp + 13 Mp), one less than the Find X3 Pro (the 3 Mp microscope would go by the wayside). No change in the layout of the block, still located on the left side of the smartphone rather than in the center.

On the front side, there is a classic screen with thin edges which houses a 32 Mp front camera in its upper left corner.

Two versions, one with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the other with a Dimensity 9000 from Mediatek?

Specifically, according to data reported by Prepp.in, the OPPO Find x X4 / X5 Pro will have a 6.78-inch AMOLED display offering a definition of 1080 x 2400 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

For the SoC, OPPO would provide two versions, one armed with a MediaTek Dimensity 9000, the other with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The chip would be supported by 8 GB of RAM. Add to that an internal storage of 256 GB and a battery of 5,000 mAh (against 4,500 mAh for the Find X3 Pro). Of course, all of these specs are unofficial at the moment.

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OPPO should present this new Find X early next year, with a view to marketing in March 2022.

Source: Prepp.in

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