There will be no Find X4, OPPO “jumps” to Find X5 with 3 upcoming versions

Tram Ho

OPPO has recently confirmed that it will soon launch a new Find X series equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor in the first quarter of next year. Shortly after, MediaTek also confirmed that one of the variants of the next Find X generation will be equipped with the Dimensity 9000 chip. And most recently, the leaker Digital Chat Station revealed that the next Find X series will have up to 3 sessions. copy.

Specifically, according to new sources, OPPO will “jump” from Find X3 to Find X5 next year, without the Find X4 generation as previous information said. This is because in China, many manufacturers believe that the number 4 is an unlucky number because it is pronounced “four”, akin to “death”. Therefore, there will be no Find X4, instead there will be 3 versions of Find X5 about to be released.


Sẽ không có Find X4, OPPO "nhảy cóc" lên Find X5 với 3 phiên bản sắp ra mắt - Ảnh 1.

OPPO Find X5 Pro is expected to be a relatively mild upgrade version of the Find X3 Pro launched in the past year. Besides equipped with a new processor with more powerful performance, Find X5 Pro will also own faster charging technology, possibly 80W because OPPO has been loyal to 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 capacity for more than 2 years. The time of Find X5 launch will be the right time for OPPO to show off new fast charging technologies.

The third version in the Find X5 line currently does not have specific information, but it will probably be a cheaper version than the other two versions.

In addition, Digital Chat Station also revealed that OPPO is developing a new Find N model with a “clamshell” folding screen similar to the Galaxy Z Flip3 to compete with this smartphone as well as Huawei P50 Pocket in the market. China.

The beginning of next year will be the time when a series of smartphones will be introduced, including Galaxy S22 series, Find X5 series, OnePlus 10 Pro or realme GT 2 Pro… All will have high-end hardware equipment.

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Source : Genk