Oppo Find X2 Pro is coming to India to take on OnePlus 8 Pro, but aren’t they virtually the same phones?


Oppo Find X2 Pro and OnePlus 8 Pro are two Android powerhouses poised to clash in the Indian market. But a closer look reveals striking similarities, raising the question: are they essentially the same phone with different logos? Let’s dive into their specs and see who emerges the true flagship champion.

Display Delights: A 120Hz Feast for the Eyes

Both phones boast a stunning 6.7-inch 2K AMOLED display with a buttery smooth 120Hz refresh rate. HDR 10+ support ensures vibrant visuals, while Corning Gorilla Glass (6 on Oppo, 5 on OnePlus) adds a layer of scratch resistance. It’s a tie on the visual front, with each phone delivering an immersive viewing experience.

Performance Punch: Snapdragon Powerhouse

Under the hood, both pack the punch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, bringing 5G connectivity and cutting-edge performance. Both offer up to 12GB of RAM, ensuring seamless multitasking and app switching. Storage options differ, with Oppo offering up to 512GB (non-expandable) and OnePlus maxing out at 256GB.

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Charging Champions: Wired vs. Wireless

Oppo takes the lead in wired charging with its blazing-fast 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 technology that juices up the 4,260mAh battery in minutes. OnePlus counters with its convenient 30W Warp Charge and 30W wireless charging combo, ideal for those who value wireless freedom over raw speed.

Camera Captures: Dueling Dual Cameras

Both phones sport impressive dual-camera setups. Oppo boasts two 48MP sensors (main and ultrawide) alongside a 13MP periscope telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom for capturing distant details. OnePlus counters with a similar 48MP primary and ultrawide combo, but opts for an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. On the selfie front, Oppo packs a 32MP shooter, while OnePlus goes with a 16MP option.

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Software Savvy: Android with a Twist

Both run on Android 10, but with custom UI skins: Oppo’s ColorOS 7.1 and OnePlus’ OxygenOS 10. ColorOS offers a feature-rich experience, while OxygenOS prioritizes a clean and bloatware-free interface. It’s a matter of personal preference here, with each UI catering to different user styles.

The Price Point Punchline: Where Value Takes Center Stage

While the specs are largely identical, pricing could be the decisive factor. Oppo hasn’t officially announced pricing yet, but teasers suggest a launch soon. OnePlus 8 Pro currently starts at around Rs. 54,999, so Oppo needs to come in competitively to stand out.

The Verdict: Twins with Distinct Personalities

Oppo Find X2 Pro and OnePlus 8 Pro are like close siblings, sharing many core features but with subtle differences. Oppo’s edge lies in its faster charging and superior telephoto zoom, while OnePlus offers wireless charging and a cleaner UI. Ultimately, the choice boils down to your priorities and budget. Keep an eye out for our in-depth reviews and comparisons as these flagship contenders battle it out for your attention (and rupees) in the Indian market.

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