The highly anticipated Oppo Find X6 series is expected to make its debut in China later this month. Recently, the Oppo Find X6 Pro has been the subject of multiple leaked live images, and yesterday it appeared on Geekbench benchmarking platform. Now, a leaked video shared by a Weibo user has given us a proper look at the smartphone’s front and back panel design.
The video showcases the device’s dual-tone back panel and gives us a glimpse of its front display, which appears to have slim bezels and a hole-punch camera cutout. On the right edge, the device has a power button, while the left side houses the volume rocker keys. Moving on to the back panel, it boasts a large circular camera island that protrudes slightly, resembling the camera setups seen on Huawei’s Mate series or Xiaomi 12S Ultra.
The circular camera island on the back panel of the Oppo Find X6 Pro accommodates two camera sensors, a periscope lens, and an LED flash. This module also bears the Hasselblad branding and is powered by MariSilicon technology.
In addition, the video leak showcases a dual-tone back panel design featuring a striking contrast between the upper grey section and the brown lower section. According to the Weibo user who shared the video, this unique colorway will be dubbed Desert Silver Moon.
The leaked hands-on video does not show any information about the specifications, pricing, or availability of the device. However, recent Geekbench listing confirmed that the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor will be ticking inside the device, along with up to 16GB of RAM, and it ships preinstalled with Android 13 OS.
The Oppo Find X6 Pro is rumored to feature a 6.8-inch E6 AMOLED display with a 2K resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, and 10-bit colors. According to leaks, the phone is expected to offer a peak brightness of 2,500 nits, 1500 nits full screen brightness, thanks to the brand’s self-developed technology.
The Chinese brand is all set to unveil the Pro and vanilla version of the highly anticipated Find X6, along with the Oppo Pad 2 tablet. The Pad 2 has already created a buzz with its leaked schematic revealing a unique “smart touch” keyboard and a stylus.