Oppo is working on three new Find X flagships, two of which – the Find X5 and X5 Pro – received 3C certification for their SuperVOOC chargers. The third model, the Find X5 Lite, appears to be an international release of the Reno7, so it there shouldn’t be any surprises in its spec sheet.
Back to the two more premium X5 models. It seems that both will support 80W fast charging with PPS-enabled power bricks (5-11V, 7.3A max). The rumor of 125W charging is proving to be false. Anyway, the Oppo Find X5 Pro is expected to have a 5,000 mAh battery, the vanilla model will likely use the same power pack. For comparison, the Find X3 and X3 Pro both had 4,500 mAh batteries with 65W charging.
Batteries aside, an X5 Pro unit was photographed with a Hasselblad camera and a “Powered by MariSilicon” label. This is an NPU developed by Oppo itself that will be fabbed on a 6 nm process. It will support 20-bit RAW image processing and will deliver up to 18 TOPS (int8).
For a better look at the Oppo Find X5 and X5 Pro design, check out these renders by the always accurate @OnLeaks.
Oppo Find X5 speculative renders (image credit)
We have official confirmations from Oppo and MediaTek that the Pro model will use a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, while the vanilla model will get a Dimensity 9000. Specs that are yet to be confirmed (or denied) include large 6.78” 120 Hz AMOLED displays for both, but with different resolutions (1440p+ for the Pro, 1080p+ for the vanilla).
The main camera in the redesigned camera bump will allegedly house a 50 MP Sony IMX766 sensor and will be joined by a 50 MP ultra wide sensor (same sensor) plus a 13 MP 2x telephoto camera (Samsung S5K3M5 sensor).