With a massive camera sensor, Oppo Find X6 Pro might rival Samsung and Apple

With a massive camera sensor, Oppo Find X6 Pro might rival Samsung and Apple ...

With each passing year, mobile camera sensors appear to be becoming more common, and the upcoming Find X6 Pro smartphone, which is expected to follow the trend and then some.

According to Twitter leakster Ice Universe (opens in a new tab), the Oppo Find X6 Pro, which is expected to launch alongside two lower-key versions in early 2023, will have a one-inch rear camera sensor similar to that used by the Xiaomi 12S Ultra.

There has not been any further information on how the camera might be arranged on the phone, but existing speculation has suggested that the Find X6 Pro will include the same three-camera setup (primary, ultrawide, and telephoto) as its predecessor, the Oppo Find X5 Pro.

The first version of the OPPO Find X6 uses a one-piece Sony IMX989. With its impressive performance, it smashes all ISOCELL sensors. Only Samsung is playing the 200MP ultra-high pixel solution. Sony is still in charge of the 12, 2022 edition.

This is a fantastic article for camera enthusiasts. The Find X5 Pro already has rang as one of the world''s finest cameras for photography, so slapping an even bigger sensor on its successor might make the Find X6 Pro one of the best phones of 2023.

The main (and really, very limited) grip with the Find X5 Pro is that although the zoom performance is lacking, it does not match the standard offered by competitor phones such as the Galaxy S22 Ultra, Huawei P50 Pro, and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. However, rumors of a 50MP telephoto lens on its replacement might reassure the new phone that it isn''t subject to the same criticism.

The standard Oppo Find X6 is expected to have the same 50MP main and ultrawide cameras as its premium sibling, as well as a slightly smaller 32MP telephoto component.

Although it is easy to criticize mobile manufacturers for increasing the size and number of cameras on their phones for sake of, well, size and numbers, doing so is critical for brands such as Oppo.

Although consumers in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia may at least often opt for new Samsung or Apple smartphones owing to their familiarity or the convenience of their respective ecosystems, the Chinese phone brands must mandatoryly use cameras, displays, and other distinctive features to make their presence known.

It''s not as if the likes of Samsung are standing still in this regard, either; for example, the Galaxy S23 has been slated to come with a 200MP camera. Oppo will certainly need to give its products some bold design features in order to stand out.

The Find X6 Pro would be equipped with a one-inch camera adapter, which they hope will help. Oppo is eager to launch its X6 series in the coming year.