The Oppo Find X5 Pro’s camera may enjoy some Hasselblad tuning and features


While the OnePlus 10 Pro is launching in China, there are a few other devices on the immediate horizon that we’re excited to see. The Galaxy S22 lineup is rumored to be announced in just a few weeks, while Oppo’s next flagship could be the next flagship to hit the market. Details regarding the Oppo Find X5 Pro have been scarce, but thanks to @yabishekhd and CoolAPK, the floodgates have been opened.

According to this latest leak, we’ve learned that the Find X5 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, which comes as no surprise. The device will sport a 2K resolution complete with a 120Hz refresh rate thanks to the LTPO 2.0 display panel being used. Oppo will also be integrating a massive 5,000mAh battery complete with 80W fast wired charging and 50W wireless charging speeds.

While much of this doesn’t come as a surprise, these hands-on images reveal that an Oppo and Hasselblad partnership may be announced. The Find X5 Pro will use two 50MP IMX766 camera sensors, with the main lens including OIS. Additionally, we’ll have a 13MP Samsung ISOCELL sensor, likely to provide telephoto shots on the phone.

But as we can see from the images provided, you’ll notice the Hasselblad branding on the right side of the back panel. The move doesn’t really come as too much of a surprise given the partnership between Hasselblad and OnePlus. But considering that the Find X3 Pro from last year didn’t include such branding, it will be interesting to see how Hasselblad is working with Oppo. Perhaps we’ll see the same camera software as was introduced with the OnePlus 10 Pro, which includes features such as RAW Plus and an updated Pro Mode in the camera app.

The Oppo Find X3 Pro was one of the best phones of 2021, with its excellent build quality and software integration, to go along with the incredible camera prowess. We can only hope that Oppo follows that up with another home run in the Find X5 Pro.


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