Oppo has announced that its next flagship phone, the Find X2, is coming next week. The company had planned to reveal the device at Mobile World Congress 2020 in Barcelona, but following the conference’s cancellation has now decided to conduct the unveiling online next Friday, March 6th.
You might remember the original Find X from 2018. It was an ambitious phone that sought to avoid the display notch by hosting a selfie camera and a 3D face unlock system in a motorized module that rose up from behind the screen. Oppo hasn’t used the Find branding since, however, instead shifting to the Reno series for various high-end and mid-range phones.
Oppo’s marketing VP Brian Shen has tweeted a hint at what to expect from the Find X2: a 120 Hz “3K” display with curved edges. Does 3K mean the screen has around 3,000 pixels on the long edge? Is it just a way to get around the fact that no-one can agree on whether 2K means 1080p or 1440p? Tune in at 4.30am ET on March 6th to find out.Original Article ©Copyrights theverge.com