OPPO will soon launch its latest flagship smartphone in the Philippines. The company’s local arm has begun teasing the OPPO Find X5 Pro on social media, months after its global unveiling event back in February.
(Update, June 20: Check out our OPPO Find X5 Pro review!)
However, it looks like the OPPO Find X5 Pro will be the only model from the series that will make its local debut at a still-undisclosed date. Recall that OPPO did not release the Find X3 and Find X3 Pro in the Philippines.
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In Europe, the Find X5 Pro is priced at €1,299 (around $1,370 and P72,149 converted) for 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage. The last Find series flagship that launched in the Philippines was the Find X2 Pro, which had a suggested retail price of P65,990 ($1,253) when it arrived in 2020. It’s likely that the Find X5 Pro will cost around the same as its predecessor given its international pricing.
One of the key attractions this year is camera performance, with the OPPO Find X5 Pro (and Find X5) promising true-to-life colors, sharper detail, and more accurate skin tones courtesy of its in-house MariSilicon X NPU and improved noise-reduction algorithms. The phone likewise comes with a Hasselblad Natural Color Calibration setting in Pro mode, allowing the rear camera system to capture RAW images with 12-bit color.
SEE ALSO: OPPO Find X3 Pro review: Too good not to share
The device packs a 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 image sensor in its primary and ultrawide cameras, alongside a tertiary 13-megapixel telephoto option with 2x optical zoom. For selfies, there’s a 32-megapixel Sony IMX709 RGBW sensor that also works with the MariSilicon X chip to deliver crisper selfies with better colors.
Inside, the OPPO X5 Pro runs a custom Android 12 overlay on a 4nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 5G chipset and a 5,000mAh battery that supports 80-watt wired fast charging as well as the company’s 50-watt AirVOOC wireless-charging standard. The AirVOOC Charger will cost you an extra €79 (P4,393 or $83) in Europe.
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