Oppo Find X6 Pro camera samples, pricing and renders revealed

Oppo Find X6 Pro

Next week, the much-awaited Oppo Find X6 Pro will make its debut, and in anticipation of its launch, the phone manufacturer has generously shared some camera samples. These images confirm the continuation of the partnership between Oppo and the distinguished Swedish photography company, Hasselblad, and also reveal some exciting details about the device’s camera capabilities.

A group of three photos unveiled remarkable details in picture clarity, as well as some minor aspects of the camera features. According to the EXIF data, the primary camera will feature a 23mm equivalent lens with an f/1.8 aperture, while the eagle shot indicates a 144mm focal length, which may include digital zoom. However, it does confirm that the telephoto lens will have a very bright f/2.6 aperture.

The third picture utilizes a long optical zoom. However, the recorded f/4.5 value in the EXIF data could be an error since it contradicts the stated f/2.6 aperture of the telephoto lens, potentially resulting from incorrect input or a typographical mistake. The CEO of OnePlus has also shared some impressive low-light camera samples captured using the Find X6 Pro.

There have been rumors circulating that the Oppo Find X6, which is rumored to be equipped with a Dimensity 9200 processor, will have three 50MP cameras, all featuring a Sony IMX890 sensor. In contrast, the Pro version is anticipated to come with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and a 1″ Sony IMX989 sensor for its primary camera.

The Oppo Find X6 Pro has a strong telephoto feature because it utilizes the OnePlus 11’s IMX890 (1/1.56″) main camera as both a 3x telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens. This means that all three cameras on this phone are of the same size and level as the main camera on the OnePlus 11.

Social media platforms such as Weibo have become a hotbed for rumors, leaks, and speculations about upcoming smartphones, and the Oppo Find X6 series is no exception. Today, leaked renders and rumored pricing information have surfaced on Weibo, giving Oppo fans a glimpse of what they can expect from this highly anticipated device.

These fresh leaks of the Find X6 series have provided detailed insights into the design, configurations, and pricing of both models. Here are the configurations and prices for the Oppo Find X6 series based on the leak:

  • Oppo Find X6 will come in two configurations:
    • 12GB + 256GB variant priced at 4,699 Yuan (~$684)
    • 16GB + 512GB variant priced at 5,199 Yuan (~$757)

According to the leaked posters, the Find X6 Pro will be available in three different models and color schemes. Here are the configurations and prices of the three models:

  • 12GB + 256GB base model priced at 6,499 Yuan (~$947)
  • 16GB + 256GB variant priced at 6,799 Yuan (~$990)
  • 16GB + 512GB model priced at 6,999 Yuan (~$1020)

Additionally, both the Oppo Find X6 and X6 Pro will be available in three different color schemes, as revealed by the posters. It’s worth noting that these prices and configurations are based on leaks and are subject to change until the official launch of the Find X6 series.

The Oppo Find X6 Pro is set to offer a distinct Desert Galaxy color variant, which features a stylish Khakhi pigment leather texture combined with Silver AG glass, making it a unique and eye-catching option. The standard version of the phone will be available in Feiquan Green, Starry Black, and Snow Mountain Gold colors. Meanwhile, the Pro model will also come in Feiquan Green and Starry Black, as well as other additional color options that are yet to be revealed.

The Oppo Find X6 arrives with a 6.74-inch display with a screen resolution of 2772 x 1240 pixels, 40-120Hz adaptive refresh rate, and a peak brightness of 1,400 nits. In comparison, the Pro variant takes it up a notch with an even larger 6.82-inch display boasting a higher screen resolution of 3,168 x 1,440 pixels and a local peak brightness of a whopping 2,500 nits, making it the ultimate choice for users who demand a top-of-the-line viewing experience.

Source: Weibo, Twitter

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