Oppo officially announced it will collaborate with Swedish photography brand Hasselblad on the imaging system of the upcoming Find X5 series. This is no surprise given the myriad of Find X5 Pro leaks which showed the Hasselblad logo. It remains to be seen if the collaboration will be limited to color calibration and camera interface design like on last year’s OnePlus 9 Pro or if we’ll get some additional Hasselblad image tuning.
The imaging system on the Find X5 is expected to use a Sony IMX766 – a 50MP, 1/1.56” sensor with 1.0 μm pixels for the main and ultrawide shooters while the telephoto module will use a 13MP sensor with 5x optical zoom. Oppo’s self-developed MariSilicon X NPU chip will also be part of the equation handling image processing and the omni-directional autofocus system.
In related news surrounding Find X5, notable leakster Digital Chat Station shared that Oppo’s in-house five-axis stabilization system is in mass production. This is the same module that was showcased at Oppo’s camera event last summer.
The global Oppo Find X5 Pro bearing the CPH2305 model number was also spotted in a Geekbench listing rocking the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and 12GB RAM. The phone managed to achieve 1,256 single-core points and 3,420 points in the multi-core tests.
The software side is covered by Android 12 possibly with ColorOS on top.
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