OPPO Find X6 Pro price and specs via Revu Philippines

OPPO Find X6 Pro crowned new king of camera phones

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The HONOR Magic5 Pro‘s reign as the industry’s top smartphone camera didn’t last very long. After topping Dxomark’s camera (and display) rankings last February, the HONOR flagship has vacated the throne for another high-end Android phone.

Fresh off its unveiling in China, the OPPO Find X6 Pro has been named the new king of smartphone photography by camera-ratings website Dxomark, even earning the site’s top score when taking portrait pictures with a blurred background.

The latest Find series model received an overall score of 154 for its rear camera system with three 50-megapixel sensors, good enough to beat the HONOR Magic5 Pro by the slimmest of margins. It got the highest marks in Dxomark’s Friends and Family and Low Light scenarios as well.

The OPPO Find X6 Pro also came out on top versus other camera-led handsets like the Huawei Mate 50 Pro, Google Pixel 7 Pro, Honor Magic4 Ultimate, and Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro series.

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According to the site, the Find X6 Pro performs particularly well in low-light and night scenes, delivering highly detailed images when lighting is not ideal. It can likewise capture consistently sharp pictures and videos with low noise, in large part thanks to its optimized camera sensors.

Another area where the smartphone excels — and trumps the top-end competition — in is portrait photography, with the OPPO flagship producing “sharp subjects against a best-in-class background blur,” per Dxomark.

In China, the OPPO Find X6 Pro is priced from ¥5,999 (around $872 or P48,116 converted) for 12GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 16 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between.