Oppo Find X5 Pro launched! Is ALL about its Hasselblad-tuned cameras!

    The Oppo Find X5 Pro and Find X5 have been announced globally at the MWC 2022 event. Here is a closer look at all its features.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Aug 22 2022, 10:26 IST
    Oppo Find X5 Pro
    Oppo Find X5 Pro gets Hasselblad tuned cameras and the Marisilicon image processing chip. (Oppo)
    Oppo Find X5 Pro
    Oppo Find X5 Pro gets Hasselblad tuned cameras and the Marisilicon image processing chip. (Oppo)

    Oppo has been hyping up its Find X5 series devices for a long time and it is finally official. The Find X5 Pro is the Oppo's latest flagship offering for 2022, armed with its new Hasselblad-tuned cameras and its custom MariSilicon chip for image processing. There is also a regular Oppo Find X5 that skips some of these extras in favour of a lower price tag. Oppo is yet to talk about its global availability situation, including the Indian market (the Find X3 never reached India).

    The Oppo Find X5 Pro is available in one variant only. You get 12GB of RAM and 256GB storage as standard on the Find X5 Pro. It will set you back € 1,300. Oppo lets you choose between the Ceramic White and Glaze Black. The Oppo Find X5 will cost € 1,000 for the single 8GB/256GB option. This one is also available in a black and while colours.

    Oppo Find X5 Pro is all about its cameras

    The star feature on the Find X5 Pro is its rear cameras. The phone holds a 50MP main and 50MP ultra-wide camera, both having the same Sony IMX766 sensor with same 1/1.56-inch sensor. Both have OIS, with the ultra-wide camera having 5-axis stabilisation system. A third 13MP telephoto camera with 5X Hybrid Zoom is available as well.

    The Marisilicon chip is said to do most of the processing here. It allows for 4K Night video mode, AI noise reduction, and HDR video at 20-bits per channel. The chip makes these features available on both the 50MP cameras. The Pro mode brings the Hasselblad Color Calibration feature for professionals, while the phone uses glass front elements to improve colours. There are a few Hasselblad filters available onboard as well.

    Oppo Find X5 Pro
    Oppo Find X5 Pro (Oppo)
    Oppo Find X5 Pro
    Oppo Find X5 Pro (Oppo)

    The selfie camera uses a Sony IMX709 sensor with RGBW pixel, similar to the one of the Oppo Reno 7 Pro.

    Rest of the phone is standard flagship affair. You see the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip taking care of the performance. paired with ColorOS 12.1 based on Android 12. There's a 6.7-inch 1440p+ AMOLED 10-bit display with variable refresh rate of 1Hz to 120Hz, with peak brightness levels of 1300 nits.

    The phone relies on a 5000mAh battery that supports 80W wired SuperVOOC fast charging (0-50 percent on 12 minutes), and 50W wireless charging in 47 minutes. Yo get Dolby Atmos tuned stereo speakers, and a 360 degrees smart antenna that claims to improve connectivity.

    Lastly, the phone has its rear made of ceramic and front made of Gorilla Glass Victus. The body is rated IP68 water and dust resistant.

    Oppo Find X5 is the cheaper version

    Oppo Find X5
    Oppo Find X5 (Oppo)
    Oppo Find X5
    Oppo Find X5 (Oppo)

    The Find X5 is the cheaper version of X5 Pro. Instead of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, it uses t he older Snapdragon 888 chipset paired to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage, and ColorOS 12.1 based on Android 12. The phone has a smaller 6.5-inch FHD+ OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate – no variable refresh rate here.

    The phone also ditches ceramic for glass on the rear. The battery capacity is smaller at 4800mAh but it gets the 80W wired charging and a slower 30W wireless charging.

    The Find X5 also gets two 50MP Sony IMX766 sensors for the main and ultrawide cameras, along with the 13MP 2x telephoto camera. The selfie camera uses the older IMX615 sensor with a narrow angle. However, you get the Marisilicon image processing chip and Hasselblad Color Calibration mode in the Pro mode.

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    First Published Date: 24 Feb, 17:30 IST
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