OPPO's next high-priced flagship Find X5 Pro arrives before this year's MWC trade show. This device is going head-to-head with the other favorite top-end device of 2022 so far. Although the OPPO Find X5 Pro does not have a pen, it has many more exciting features. The phone is expected to come by 14th March 2022. This article will discuss the specs, features, and price of OPPO Find X5 Pro. Stay with us!
Key Features of OPPO Find X5 Pro
As with the Find X3 Pro from 2021, this year's model is a particularly impressive flagship. The Find X5 Pro — OPPO skipped the Find X4 – is brimming with features and also happens to be the kind of phone that attracts admiring stares when users take it out of their pockets on their daily commute.
The OPPO Find X5 Pro's design is unique. The unibody design element returns but with minor modifications to the overall structure. A ceramic layer wraps perfectly around the back camera housing, replacing the previous model's glass panel. This, along with the rest of the handset's design, results in a phone that appears as bit as opulent as its four-figure price indicates.
Another minor adjustment is that the angle of the camera housing's bottom edge has been ergonomically grooved to accommodate your index finger while holding the phone. This not only makes the phone more pleasant to carry with one hand but also helps prevent smudges on the rear camera lenses caused by fingers. Additionally, it adds a touch of aesthetic flair to the Find X5 Pro.
The Find X5 Pro is available in two color options: Glaze Black and Ceramic White. While the black model's mirrored surface made a wonderful impression, it was a bit of a fingerprint magnet.
The phone's screen is 6.7 inches and has a QHD+ resolution and a maximum refresh rate of 120 frames per second. This display supports 10-bit colors, HDR10+ playback, and a touch resolution of 1,000Hz. Additionally, similar to the S22 Ultra, the minimum refresh rate has been reduced to 1Hz, extending battery life while doing basic tasks like reading an ebook.
Concerning the screen's real quality, everything is in order. With four color options to select from, the Natural mode is the most accurate, covering 94 percent of the sRGB gamut, 96 percent of the total volume, and an average Delta E of 1.31. Apart from slightly increased saturation in certain red tones, every color looks perfect.
It's also as brilliant as the top AMOLED displays on the market, with a peak brightness of 483cd/m2 and excellent contrast. The HDR brightness, on the other hand, was a little on the low side, peaking at roughly 725cd/m2 — by comparison, the iPhone 13 Pro Max achieves an eye-searing 1,176cd/m2.
A sizable portion of the OPPO Find X5 Pro's launch event was devoted to the phone's cameras and with cause. This year's device has three cameras on the back: a primary 50MP sensor, a 50MP 110-degree ultrawide sensor, and a 13MP 2x telephoto zoom.
OPPO's brand-new dedicated imaging NPU, MariSilicion X, is located on the motherboard independently from the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and is responsible for all image processing. According to OPPO, by offloading computing power from the phone's primary Qualcomm chipset. This new NPU enables a new feature called 4K Ultra Night Video, which can capture images in low-light conditions as low as 5 lux with improved color distribution, dynamic range, detail, and reduced visual noise.
On the front of the device, a single 32MP (f/2.4) selfie camera is housed in a hole-punch notch in the top-left corner of the display. This makes use of a new "Intelligent FoV" technology that adjusts the field of view between 80 and 90 degrees based on the number of people in the frame, and it works rather well.
Performance and Software
The Find X5 Pro is among the first smartphones that have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 mobile processor. This new CPU, clocked at 3GHz, is manufactured using a 4nm technology, offering greater performance and power efficiency over the Snapdragon 888 it replaces. This new processor is equipped with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of non-expandable internal storage.
And it's a quite nippy tiny creature. This is our first Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 phone, and performance was rather impressive in our benchmarks, despite the relatively minor improvements over the previous model. The OPPO Find X5 Pro scored a single-core result of 976 and a multi-core score of 3,496 in Geekbench 5 – if you're keeping track, this implies a minor performance gain of up to 7%.
Battery and Charging
The battery capacity of the Find X5 Pro has been upgraded from 4,500mAh to 5,000mAh. The phone's wired charging speed has been increased to a maximum of 80W, while wireless charging has been increased to 50W. It can also reverse wireless charging devices up to 30W if they are placed on the back, and the notification drawer option is enabled.
As with its predecessor, the Find X5 Pro is powered by Android, with OPPO's ColorOS overlay on top. ColorOS 12.1 introduces a slew of new productivity features, including a new one-handed mode and floating windows — basically, the ability to layer programs on top of one another.
Price of OPPO Find X5 Pro in Bangladesh
For all the premium features of the phone, OPPO is charging about EUR 999 or Rs. 84500 or BDT 95703.77 for the basic variant (8GB/256 GB). The upper variant (12GB/256GB), the price rises to EUR 1299 or Rs. 109900 or BDT 124471.53. The conversion rate here is Rs. 1 = BDT 1.13. However, the official price of OPPO Find X5 Pro in Bangladesh can vary due to diverse issues like tax, company policy, etc.
The OPPO Find X5 Pro is indeed a sight to see. It is a really lovely device, and there is truly nothing else quite like it in terms of design. As with its predecessor, it's a gorgeous piece of hardware with high-end components and excellent battery life. However, the finest feature is the mid-range pricing; OPPO is undercutting Samsung's Galaxy S22 Ultra, indicating that it is on to a winner.
However, if customers can tolerate the additional cost, the phone may still be worth purchasing. The phone may not be so visually appealing, but its performance is comparable, the zoomed photos are better, and it includes a pen.