For the past few weeks, we’d been hearing quite a bit about the upcoming OPPO Find X2. However, it seems like this will not be the only flagship device in OPPO’s pipeline.
According to reports, a pair of OPPO smartphones carrying the model number CPH2025 and CPH2023 were recently certified by the NBTC authority in Thailand.
The official listing from NBTC’s database had confirmed that the aforementioned smartphones are in fact the upcoming OPPO Find X2 and Find X2 Pro respectively.
Although much have been heard about the Find X2, but it’s “Pro” variant remains largely a mystery.
Last month, GSMArena had revealed that the Find X2 will be announced somewhere during the first-quarter of the year. This device is expected to driven by the newly announced Snapdragon 865 SoC and is will be the company’s first flagship of the year.
The OPPO Find X2 is also slated to put a huge emphasize on it’s front display this time round. Speculations are rife that the device will feature an OLED panel with 2K screen resolution with an impressive 120Hz refresh rate.
Moreover, it was also tipped to support an incredible 65W SuperVOOC fast-charging capability.