The Oppo Find X6 Pro is arriving next week, and the phone maker shared some camera samples, confirming once again the partnership with Swedish photography company Hasselblad and revealing some details about its cameras.
The trio of photos revealed incredible details in picture clarity, as well as some minor details on the shooters. The primary camera is going to have a 23mm equivalent lens with an f/1.8 aperture; the eagle shot’s EXIF reads 144mm focal length, but that could well include digital zoom. It does confirm a very bright f/2.6 aperture on the telephoto lens, though.
Oppo Find X6 Pro camera samples
The third picture is taken with a long optical zoom, although we believe the f/4.5 figure is some sort of error since the telephoto lens is obviously f/2.6. It could be a wrongly filled EXIF or just a typo.
Oppo Find X6 Pro telephoto camera sample
Rumors from several weeks ago revealed a Dimensity 9200-powered Oppo Find X6 will have three 50MP cameras, all of them with a Sony IMX890 sensor behind. The Pro version should bring Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and a 1” Sony IMX989 sensor for the main shooter.
Sadly, the latest reports said users outside of China might not even see the phone, as it will remain exclusive to the domestic audience.
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