Introduction of Find X5 and Find X5 Pro – flagships of 1,300 and 1,000 euros of Oppo!

Introduction of Find X5 and Find X5 Pro – flagships of 1,300 and 1,000 euros of Oppo!

Introduction of Find X5 and Find X5 Pro – flagships of 1,300 and 1,000 euros of Oppo!

News unit : Company Oppo on Thursday, February 24, 2022 (5 March 1400) from two new phones Find X5 and Find X5 Pro has been unveiled. These two phones replace Find X3 and Find X3 Pro are the predecessors of this company that were introduced exactly one year ago on these days. had been As expected, the highest specifications belong to Find X5 Pro, which apart from its modern and advanced design, uses a completely different screen at the level of the best in the market, cameras in the flagship class, Qualcomm’s 4 nm processor and a dedicated neural processing chipset. Find X5 differs from the Pro model in many ways, such as the screen, processor, battery and charger, but it is still considered an advanced mid-level phone.

Oppo Find X5 Pro

Design and appearance

The main idea in the design Find X5 Pro compared to X3 Pro has remained almost unchanged from last year and the same screen with curved edges and minimal borders on the upper part and the same protruding form of the camera lens (which is considered part of the body) are used here as well. Of course, this similarity is not complete and point by point, and differences can be seen especially in the shape of the camera lenses. The glass on the screen is made of Gorilla Glass Victus, but the back part in the white version is made of ceramic instead of glass, which is apparently twice as durable as glass. The body of the phone has the IP68 resistance standard as before and in this sense it works like the previous year’s model.

This phone, which is offered in two colors, white and black, measures 8.5 x 73.9 x 163.7 mm. compared to the Find X3 Pro year The previous 8.26 x 74 x 163.6 mm is only a few tenths of a millimeter larger in thickness. The most important difference between these two models should be found in their weight, which is mainly due to the larger battery of the X5 Pro, which has now reached 218 grams from 193 grams last year.


Screenshot of X5 Pro in Most of the key points are the same 6.7-inch LTPO ten-bit AMOLED as before, which has a QHD+ resolution (or 1440 x 3216 pixels), a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz, and 100 percent coverage of the DCI-P3 spectrum. A variable refresh rate of 10 to 120 Hz, a maximum touch speed of 240 Hz (in two-finger mode), a maximum point brightness of 1,300 nits, and the possibility of changing the brightness in 8,192 steps are other things worth mentioning about this screen. The edges of this screen are curved on the sides as before and as mentioned with the glass cover Gorilla Glass Victus is also protected against damage and scratches. The device’s optical fingerprint sensor is also located in this panel.

Main cameras

In a way, the most important feature of this model lies in its rear cameras; Where, despite the similar hardware, there have been several internal changes that put the X5 Pro in a superior position compared to the X3 Pro. As before, both the main and ultrawide cameras of the phone use Sony’s 50 megapixel IMX766 sensor, which, with a large size of 1.56 inches and a pixel size of 1 micron, is considered one of the best possible choices among the current 50 megapixel cameras on the market. The lens in front of the main camera has an aperture of f/1.7, which on paper provides more light to the sensor than the f/1.8 of the previous year’s model. The ultra-wide camera also has a 7-step lens with f/2.2, which supports auto-focus as before, and thus it is possible to take pictures from a close distance (4 cm macro). The field of view of this camera is 110 degrees in normal mode, which does not change compared to before. Finally, we should mention the 13-megapixel telephoto camera of this collection, which apparently remains unchanged and is the same 5-step f/2.4 lens with automatic focus.

The first change in the structure of this set to the outermost layer of the lens, In the main camera, it belongs to the glass that the company calls ultra-transparent glass instead of plastic, and the chromatic aberration has been reduced by 77.39%.

Another important and decisive point in this part belongs to a new neural processing image chip (NPU) called MariSilicon X, which is 6nm lithography by the company Opo is made. This advanced chip supports artificial intelligence processing power of 18 trillion operations per second (18TOPS), and the main purpose of its construction was to improve video capture at night and obtain more details and more vivid colors in these conditions.

Through this chip, it is possible to capture clearer 4K videos with less background noise in the Ultra Night Video mode, and by selecting the Ultra Dark Video option, you can get better videos in very low light environments than He took it before. According to Oppo, the new chip enables the capture of 20-bit HDR videos per channel, which results in 120-bit dynamic range, which is four times more than the Find X3 Pro.

Ultra Night Pro and Ultra HDR Vide Among the other features available in this field, each of them is somehow better in the service of capturing better images in low-light environments.

In the professional mode of this camera, Hasselblad’s natural color calibration feature is used, which is Relying on the new 13-channel color sensor (compared to the only 5-channel sensor in the X3 Pro), creates more natural colors.

The main camera in terms of the image stabilization mechanism also works completely differently than before. slow and a 5-axis optical vibration mechanism is used in its structure. In this mechanism, according to Oppo, for the first time, lens and sensor movement technology is combined, and through it, hand tremors up to 3 degrees can be corrected in photos and videos.

Selfie camera

32 MP selfie camera Find X5 Pro Although it looks similar to the X3 Pro selfie camera with a 5-stage lens and f/2.4 aperture, the sensor of this camera has apparently changed and this time it uses a Sony RGBW sensor named IMX709. . This camera, of course, still lacks autofocus, but the RGBW filter in it with an extra white sub-pixel on paper captures more light than normal sensors (up to 60% more light according to Oppo). This camera normally covers an 81-degree field of view, but when it detects more people in the photo, it automatically switches to a wider 90-degree field of view. In this chipset, the power of the MariSilicon X chip is used in image processing.

Processor – Memory

Find X5 Pro As expected from a high-end flagship in 2022 with a 4nm processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 by Qualcomm Company to the market It comes with a 3 GHz core. Cortex-A710 and four 1.8 GHz cores Cortex-A510 is considered one of the most powerful processing options in the mobile world. Graphics processing in this chipset is also handled by Adreno 730. X5 Pro is presented in only one memory configuration, that is, with 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256 GB of UFS 3.1 internal memory, and the external memory port is not supported as before.

Oppo has not deprived the internal cooling system of the X5 Pro from new changes, apart from triple graphene sheets to keep the internal components of the device cool. It uses a larger steam chamber cooling system that has increased in size by 75% compared to before.

Battery and charger

The device battery with A significant upgrade from last year’s 4,500mAh to 5,000 mAh has increased the capacity, and the effect of this is evident in the thickness and especially in the weight of the device. The X5 Pro supports an 80W SuperVOOC fast wired charger, which provides more power than the previous model’s 65W charger and requires only 12 minutes to fill 50% of the battery capacity. The wireless charging of the phone has also increased in power and has now reached 50 watts from 33 watts last year. According to Oppo, this charger can fill the entire battery of the device in 47 minutes.

Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC connectivity, single-frequency satellite navigation and battery health system with capacity reduction to 80% after 1,600 charging cycles are among other things to mention about Find X5 Pro.

Price – time on the market

Oppo Find X5 Pro with operating system Android 12 and ColoOS 12.1 user interface are available for pre-order from today And its presence in the European markets with a price of 1,299 euros will also be on March 14 (23 AD). September 1400) has been postponed.

Oppo Find X5

Find X5 As the name and background Find X3 Last year, it can be assumed that it was a simpler version of the X5 Pro, and although some of the main features of the Pro version are repeated, many important things such as the screen, processor, battery and charger have been degraded.

Find X5 Outstanding design X5 Pro replaced with a simpler design on the back and despite the fact that The design of the rear camera area still looks interesting, but the X5 Pro has interesting protrusions. There is no news in this part.

The material of the back part of the device in both white and black colors is made of matte glass and ceramic is not used in it. The dimensions of the device are 8.7 x 72.6 x 160.3 mm and it weighs 196 grams.

The AMOLED screen of the device has undergone many changes compared to the Pro version and not only has its dimensions reduced from 6.7 inches to 6.55 inches, but now from It has a lower resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels, and although the refresh rate is still 120 Hz, this panel is no longer LTPO, so you cannot expect an automatic change of the refresh rate according to the content and its significant reduction. This 10-bit panel supports the display of more than 1 billion colors and the 100% display of DCI-P3 content and the 240 Hz touch capture speed have not changed. The maximum point brightness of this panel is 1,000 nits and with a coating of Gorilla Glass Victus is protected.

The sensor of the main camera and the ultrawide camera are the same as the previous 50 megapixels, but in the meantime some details have been changed; The main camera has a smaller aperture equivalent to f/1.8 and there is no glass cover on its lens. This camera supports optical image stabilization or OIS, but the advanced 5-axis image stabilization system is omitted. The ultra-wide camera, however, has apparently remained unchanged and the same 7-step f/2.2 lens with automatic focus can be seen in it. The 32 megapixel telephoto camera with f/2.4 apparently has not changed compared to the X5 Pro.

The MariSilicon X chip is also present in this phone and the things mentioned about the Pro version in capturing quality videos in It is available here.

Opo uses last year’s Qualcomm flagship chipset for processing in this model, i.e. Snapdragon 888 and the RAM memory has been reduced from 12 GB to 8 GB (also of LPDDR5 type). The internal memory of the phone is the same 256 GB UFS 3.1 as before and still does not support the memory slot.

The battery of the phone has a capacity of 4,800 mAh, which is 200 mAh less than the Pro version. Of course, the 80-watt wired charger remains in place and requires 34 minutes to charge the battery. The AIRVOOC wireless charger of the phone is a 20-watt model and supports 10-watt reverse charging like the Pro version.

Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC connection and single-frequency satellite routers are present in this phone, and there is still no news of a headset jack.

Oppo Find X5 with operating system Android 12 and the ColorOS 12.1 user interface have been released and like The Pro version can be pre-ordered right now, and its arrival at the price of 999 euros has been postponed to March 14 (March 23, 1400).

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