Oppo Find X2 Pro Camera Review


The Oppo Find X2 Pro is an impressive phone with three cameras at the back. It features a 48MP primary camera, a high-resolution ultra-wide lens, and a telephoto shooter with 10x digital zoom.

All three sensors perform well across light conditions. In low light, the telephoto camera’s photos quickly lose detail and contrast.


The Oppo Find X2 Pro has one of the best camera setups on any smartphone. Its triple-lens 48MP wide + 13MP periscope telephoto plus 48MP ultrawide cameras are great, though they don’t use the same machine-learning tricks that Apple and Samsung phones do to enhance photos.

The standard mode photos quickly lose detail, contrast, and sharpness in low light. The night mode, however, is perfect, and the comparatively large sensor also helps enormously with poor lighting conditions.


The Oppo Find X2 Pro has an impressive screen with a high resolution and a fast refresh rate that makes games and videos look stunning. It also supports Motion Clear, which speeds up video frame rates at lower frame rates to 60fps or 120fps for a smoother experience.

Color OS 7.1 is Oppo’s custom interface atop Android 10, and it’s on par with the best devices out there regarding app support. The company has cut out some bloatware it used to load onto its Reno 10 X Zoom, so you get a clean, efficient interface with all your favourite Google services.

The Find X2 Pro is a seriously premium-level phone with an excellent camera, powerful hardware, and sound design. But it’s not without its quirks – like the lack of wireless charging, which is down to the material on the back, either ceramic or faux leather, that doesn’t conduct power as well as glass.


The Oppo Find X2 Pro is the flagship smartphone you’ve been waiting for – it combines top-level performance with impressive camera specs. It’s also a good-looking device, and the ceramic rear option is a nice touch if you want to protect the phone from fingerprints.

The primary camera is powered by a Sony IMX689 sensor, the most giant physically available 48-megapixel sensor currently used on a smartphone. It’s got a few extra tricks up its sleeve, too, including the ability to snap pixel-binned 12MP images.

Regarding picture quality, it’s a solid performance, with bright and bold pictures in low light showing little noise. Night mode is excellent, too, improving photos a lot if you shoot them manually.


The Oppo Find X2 Pro packs a massive 4,260mAh battery, and it will get you through the day without dipping below 30% power. This makes it a good choice for those who want a phone that can last the day if they do a lot of video calls or other intensive tasks.

The Find X2 Pro also has INSANELY fast charging capabilities; it can charge from dead to 70% in just 10 minutes with its 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 charging system. This isn’t a feature we see on iPhones or Galaxy phones, so it’s an appealing option for those who don’t have the time to wait around for their phones to recharge.


The Oppo Find X2 Pro isn’t the cheapest phone in the world, but it’s one of the most premium Android devices you can buy. It’s also a great contender for the best phone of 2020.

The camera on the Oppo Find X2 Pro is the star of this handset, and it works well with the rest of the phone’s software to produce excellent results. The 12MP Sony IMX689 sensor is box-fresh and uses a clever pixel-binning party trick to capture more light than a standard ‘full-field’ sensor of the exact resolution.

The Find X2 Pro’s camera is one of the best on a smartphone today, and you can zoom in up to 5x with optical image stabilisation. That means you can capture sharp images of your subjects, and the bokeh effect is surprisingly good.