These videos might make you thirsty for the Oppo Find 5X Pro 5G
The Find X5 Pro battery outperformed the iPhone 13 Pro Max in a YouTube streaming test
Obviously, the Oppo Find X5 Pro is a well-spec’d phone. And in a video released at the start of this month, Oppo showed how the phone is produced and included the PCB assembly line, the assembly of the camera module, and the inclusion of Oppo’s own 6nm MariSiliconX NPU. The latter delivers AI noise reduction algorithms for clear and sharper photos and video even in dark environments.
We then get to see part of the lens distortion test and the bouncy lens stabilization test. The aging test makes sure that the phone can grow old gracefully. and the phone gets to be splashed with water in the Waterproofing and Rainproofing tests. The Find X5 Pro is put in the searing heat and in the bone-chilling cold in the environmental adaptability test.
Another video created by Oppo is called Unlocking the Hasselblad Experience. Many professional photographers say that Hasselblad makes the best cameras and now Oppo is partnering with the company to deliver a “world-leading mobile photography experience.” With the Hasselblad camera setup, the Oppo X5 Pro will snap the vintage-style photos that Hasselblad is known for.
Air Gestures allow users to control their phone without having to touch the screen
Another video released just hours ago shows how, by enabling Air Gestures on the Find X5 Pro, you can scroll on the handset without touching the screen, using a flick of the wrist. If this reminds you of the Pixel 4 series, you might be giving Google more credit than it deserves since the Oppo Find X5 Pro seems to respond to the Air Gestures much more smoothly than the 2019 Pixel series ever did.
Sorry, but the Find X5 Pro is not expected to officially be available in the U.S. It will be offered in the U.K., Europe, and Asia.