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The Oppo Find X6 Pro and Oppo Find X6 series come with LPDDR5x RAM and UFS 4.0 storage.

Oppo Find X6 series launched in China today. The series consists of a base Oppo Find X6 model and an Oppo Find X6 Pro model. The lineup sees a major design overhaul from its predecessors, although the new models retain the curved displays. The vanilla model launched with two storage variants, while the high-end Pro model is available in three storage configurations. Both models, along with being offered in three color options each, also come equipped with a Hasselblad-branded triple-camera unit.

Oppo Find X6, Oppo Find X6 Pro price

The base Oppo Find X6 model is available in two storage variants — the 12GB RAM + 256GB internal storage variant is priced at CNY 4,499 (roughly Rs. 54,100), while the 16GB RAM + 512GB internal storage variant is priced at CNY 4,999 (roughly Rs. 60,100). The Oppo Find X6 is available in three color options — Snow Mountain Gold (gold), Feiquan Green (green), and Star Black (black).

The Oppo Find X6 Pro model, on the other hand, is offered in three storage options — the base 12GB RAM + 256GB storage model is priced at CNY 5,999 (roughly Rs. 72,200), the mid-range 16GB RAM + 256GB storage model is marked at CNY 6,499 (roughly Rs. 78,200), and the high-end model with 16GB RAM and 512GB internal storage is available at CNY 6,999 (roughly Rs. 84,200). The Oppo Find X6 Pro model is available in Desert Silver Moon (brown/leather), Feiquan Green (green), and Dark Cloud (black) color options.

Oppo Find X6 and X6 Pro
Oppo Find X6 and X6 Pro
Oppo Find X6, Oppo Find X6 Pro specifications, features

The dual nano-SIM supported Oppo Find X6 base model features a 6.74-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2772 x 1240 pixels, a dynamic refresh rate of 40Hz-120Hz, and 1,400 nits peak brightness. The Pro model has a 6.82-inch OLED display with a resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels, a dynamic refresh rate of 1Hz-120Hz, and 2500 units of local peak brightness.

Both devices run Android 13-based ColorOS 13.1, although the base variant is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9200 chipset while the more advanced Pro model is backed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Oppo guarantees four generations of Android updates and five years of security updates on the Find X6 series smartphones.

For optics, the newly launched models feature Hasselblad-branded triple rear camera units along with a 32 MP Sony IMX709 front camera lens housed in a centered hole-punch cutout at the top of the display. The rear camera unit is placed in a central circular module, alongside the LED flash, with Hasselblad and MariSilicon labels. The rear cameras on both devices use MariSilicon X NPUs for image processing.

Oppo Find X6 features a 50-megapixel triple rear camera setup with a primary Sony IMX890 lens and a secondary Samsung JN1 lens along with a 3x periscope optical zoom lens. Whereas the Pro model has a 50-megapixel Sony IMX988 primary sensor and two other 50-megapixel Sony IMX890 sensors with AF.

The base and Pro models both feature LPDDR5x RAM and UFS 4.0 storage. The base model is rated IP64 for dust and water resistance, while the Pro model carries an IP68 rating.

The vanilla Find X6 is powered by a 4,800mAh battery and supports 80W wired charging, while the Pro handset packs a 5,000mAh battery and supports 100W wired charging and 50W wireless charging.

Luxury design

First things first, the design certainly stands out for several reasons. While not exactly unique, the circular glass and aluminum camera housing is humungous and sets the tone for the handset’s main focal point. It’s encased in a metal ring that OPPO says is inspired by luxury watch bezels. The return of vegan leather, which we haven’t seen since the OPPO Find X2 Pro, is a welcome one. Not only does it look and feel sublime, but it adds a level of grip you won’t find with a glass phone. It’s an all-around look that’s both premium and unique.

Glorious vegan leather returns after years of experimental glass designs.

The OPPO Find X6 Pro is chasing the luxury brand look, but it’s perhaps too busy when all put together. Full vegan leather back, rather than a partial metal-like glass accent at the top, would have been more to my taste. Likewise, the leather is a light tan, almost orange, but not quite. Again, I would have preferred a darker shade or a striking sunset orange, but that won’t stop others from instantly falling in love with this look (I’m still in the dating phase). If this isn’t quite for you, OPPO offers a traditional glass back in green and black colorways.

OPPO rounds out the top-notch design with an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. Protection against drops is provided by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus 2 on the front and Gorilla Glass 5 on the glass parts of the back. The total package comes in at a slightly hefty 218g weight, but that’s still lighter than the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Much more than a pretty face

Pull your eyes away from the rear, as you’ll be equally impressed by the large 6.82-inch LTPO AMOLED display. With a variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz, a QHD+ display resolution, and HDR support via Dolby Vision and HDR10+, the spec sheet agrees with my eyes; this is one sublime-looking display.

Internal specifications are equally up to measure. The OPPO Find X6 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 12 or 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM, and either 256 or 512GB of UFS 4.0 storage. We were treated to the maxed-out model, which flew through all the benchmarks we threw at it. The graph below shows where the handset stacks up against other Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 phones and other rivals.

As we’ve become accustomed to OPPO, the Find X6 Pro is a little conservative on the CPU side to improve battery life further, scoring just behind Samsung’s 2023 flagship. Still, there’s more than enough performance here for all your apps, and there’s a performance mode should you want to throw caution to the energy efficiency winds.

Graphics is more impressive, offering sustained performance that’s in line with gaming phones and notably better than other mainstream flagship 8 Gen 2 handsets we’ve tested. We’re not worried about overheating and throttling here, thanks to a large graphite cooling system for both the chipset and camera.

OPPO prides itself on best-in-class charging capabilities too, and its latest technologies are accounted for here. The large 5,000mAh battery easily takes you through a day, if not two, of moderate use. If that’s not enough, the Find X6 Pro supports 100W wired charging (included in the box) and 50W wireless charging via its proprietary SuperVOOC technology.

OPPO Find X6 Pro Fast Charging Test

Using 100W wired power (peaking at 66W actual) takes you to 25% in four minutes, 50% in less than 10 minutes, 75% in 16 minutes, and full in 27 minutes. 50W wireless is slower but still hits 25% in eight minutes, 50% in 19 minutes, 75% in 31 minutes, and full in 45 minutes. The phone is no slouch if you need to top up in a hurry, regardless of your preferences for wired or wireless charging.

Importantly, OPPO claims that the phone’s battery is rated to last 1,600 charge and discharge cycles before falling to 80% of its initial capacity. That’s enough for a full daily charge for more than four years, which even the heaviest user would struggle to use up. As good as all that sounds, the Find X6 Pro doesn’t charge anywhere near as quickly as more common USB Power Delivery chargers. We clocked a peak of just 18W.

What about those cameras?

High-end specifications are, of course, wonderful to have, but that’s hardly a unique selling point today. Instead, the OPPO Find X6 Pro cameras and its Marisilicon X image processor set it apart. With three large rear image sensors spanning a 50MP wide (1-inch), 50MP ultrawide (1/1.56-inch), and 50MP 3x periscope zoom (1/1.56-inch), OPPO claims there’s no “primary” camera here; they’re all as good as each other.

The colors are quite punchy, but thankfully not as oversaturated as we’ve seen from other Hasselblad-branded phones from OPPO (and OnePlus). While a tad overdone for my taste, this is about the right level of processing that ensures good-looking results for social and sharing without needing to mess around with editing. White balance is virtually always spot on, although the camera is stuck with scene-wide rather than subject/spot exposure balancing (even in Pro mode), which leads to the odd subject underexposure.

Another thing to note is the very shallow depth of field from the 1-inch, f/1.8 wide camera. While great for light capture, it can leave your macro shots a little out of focus. The phone has an auto-macro mode to pull in data from the ultrawide, but then you miss out on the nice natural bokeh. You can’t have it all.

The periscope zoom camera makes a welcome return and is my favorite lens on the phone (as you can probably tell from the snaps above); it’s worth taking a closer look at. As we’ve discussed, the dynamic range is sublime, thanks to the large IMX890 sensor and wide f/2.6 aperture paired with robust processing. This is one of the largest image sensors found in a smartphone zoom setup, and it pays off both in terms of light capture and a pleasing natural bokeh, which is great for portraits and macros.

The comparison shot below shows how well OPPO’s setup compares against the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 1/3.52-inch, f/2.4 3x telephoto lens in low light. The difference in color capture and noise is readily apparent.

OPPO also implements a lossless 6x zoom option by cropping from the 50MP image, just like Google does with the Pixel 7 Pro’s 10x mode. The level of detail at 6x isn’t quite as sharp as at 3x, so forget the talk of lossless. You can push the camera to 10x in decent lighting and come away with passable results, at least at full frame, but anything beyond is a step too far. We’re not talking Galaxy S23 Ultra long-distance capabilities then, but the phone is more than competent across the all-important 35-70mm focal ranges. Bundle the HDR, low light, detail, and flexibility all together, and you can be seriously creative with the zoom lens alone.

The pro is that there’s very little noise in any of the pictures I’ve taken, but equally, the level of detail is not quite as crisp as you might expect from a large, high-resolution image sensor. The effect is even more noticeable when shooting in the 50MP mode (which, impressively, works on all rear cameras). Still, OPPO’s approach is preferable to the oversharp, painted messes we often see, but I think the two crops below highlight the unconventional approach to detail processing. Nothing is glaring wrong as such, but the high-contrast edges and soft textures make it not quite flawless either.

Throw in the familiar assortment of flagship-tier hardware and a long-term update promise, and there’s a very compelling smartphone here. Unfortunately, consumers outside of China won’t get the chance to experience it. As mentioned, there’s (currently) no global launch planned for the OPPO Find X6 Pro. Disappointing, then, especially given the wider availability of previous OPPO flagships for the past few years.

More frustrating is that a truly robust camera package has been the only missing piece of the Find X puzzle in the past few years. 2022’s Find X5 Pro camera was good but not quite great. OPPO has more than addressed issues like oversaturated colors with the Find X6 Pro, producing a comprehensive wide, ultrawide, and zoom setup that, based on our short time with it, looks set to rival the best in the business. As a bit of a camera obsessive, this is a phone I’d like to spend a lot more time with, were it not for the software situation.

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Oppo Find X6 Pro Summary

Oppo Find X6 Pro mobile was launched on 21st March 2023. The phone comes with a 120 Hz refresh rate 6.82-inch touchscreen display offering a resolution of 3168×1440 pixels. Oppo Find X6 Pro is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. It comes with 12GB of RAM. The Oppo Find X6 Pro runs Android 13 and is powered by a 5000mAh non-removable battery. The Oppo Find X6 Pro supports Super VOOC fast charging.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the Oppo Find X6 Pro on the rear packs a triple camera setup featuring a 50-megapixel primary camera; a 50-megapixel camera, and a 50-megapixel camera. It has a single front camera setup for selfies, featuring a 32-megapixel sensor.

The Oppo Find X6 Pro runs ColorOS 13.1 is based on Android 13 and packs 256GB of inbuilt storage. The Oppo Find X6 Pro is a dual-SIM mobile. It was launched in Desert Silver Moon, Feiquan Green, and Dark Cloud colors. It features an IP68 rating for dust and water protection.

Connectivity options on the Oppo Find X6 Pro include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax, GPS, and USB Type-C. Sensors on the phone include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, compass/ magnetometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and in-display fingerprint sensor.

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By Ashish Bharnuke

My name is Ashish Bharnuke from Maharashtra (India). I have completed my Master’s in English Literature (2022) and recently pursuing my assistant professor job.

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