In early February, OPPO had two 5G-enabled phones certified by SIRIM. And in the recent past, another phone passed SIRIM certification, and this certification implies that OPPO Find X2 will release two models! That’s an OPPO phone passed by SIRIM, which is modeled “CPH2023.” As you can see, the phone supports the 5G band (700/3500/3700) and was adopted on February 18.
Although the SIRIM official website does not indicate that the phone model is “CPH2023” is opPO’s mobile phone, but in Thailand’s NBTC certification website shows that the phone corresponds to OPPO Find X2. Earlier, a model “CPH2025” phone passed SIRIM certification on February 1st and supports the 5G band (700/3500), while the WEBSITE of NBTC in Thailand shows that the phone corresponds to the OPPO Find X2 Pro.
As of now, it is clear that OPPO is expected to release OPPO Find X2 and Pro versions. Of these, OPPO Find X2 is available in 4G and 5G, while OPPO Find X2 Pro is available in 5G. The OPPO Find X2 will be delayed until March, and with the phone already SIRIM certified, this means that it will come in the near future?
According to the information known so far, the phone will be equipped with a 6.5-inch curved screen, SnapSnapdragon 865 processor, 65W fast charge, etc., while the 48 megapixel IMX 689 sensor is also likely to be released, and support the unique autofocus function, IMX 708 lens, And ultra-wide-angle lenses, 13 megapixel lenses that support 5x hybrid zoom, etc. As for more details, I believe we will know more at the March launch.