A few weeks prior to the device’s release in China, an alleged OPPO Find X6 Pro has been sighted on Weibo. The design is still in line with past leaks, however it looks that the camera housing requires more room than first thought.
A Weibo article claims that the OPPO Find X6 Pro’s camera has a factory-applied coating with four holes: the top hole is for the ToF LiDAR sensor, the bottom two circular holes are for the primary and ultra-wide-angle cameras, and the final rectangular hole is for the telephoto lens.
The images from a few days ago are indeed confirmed by the leaks, as is the continuation of OPPO’s collaboration with Hasselblad, whose branding is more recognizable than the one to the right of the telephoto lens and the inclusion of Oppo’s MariSilicon X chip, the company’s own image processor.
The top-of-the-line Oppo Find X6 Pro’s pre-launch design has been widened and now includes a new element. The Find X6 Pro has not yet made an appearance, in contrast to the predecessor Find X5 Pro, which made its debut in March of last year. Even if it is merely a rumor at the moment, it might become true next month. Soon, further details ought to be made public.
To take a look at the full alleged specs of the phone, Click the link: OPPO Find X6 Pro Full specs