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OPPO Find X7 Ultra goes official with world’s-first dual periscope zoom lenses, but with a catch

Oppo’s latest flagship, the Find X7 Ultra, is the first smartphone in the world to include two periscope cameras. 

Going straight to the periscope cameras, one periscope lens has a 3x magnification and features a 1/1.56-inch sensor, which OPPO claims is “the biggest telephoto sensor in any smartphone.” Large sensors often produce better low-light photos. The second periscope lens features a 6x optical zoom and a 1/2.51-inch sensor.

Aside from the zoom lenses, the Find X7 Ultra sports two additional back cameras for a total of four. The main one is a 50 MP camera using Sony’s brand new second-generation 1-inch sensor, the LYT-900. This makes the Find X7 Ultra the first phone to launch with the Sony’s sensor. Next to it is a 50 MP ultrawide camera with a sensor size of 1/1.95 inch.

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To live up to its professional photographic claims, the OPPO Find X7 Ultra includes a new software engine which the company refers to as HyperTone Image Engine. The imaging engine addresses difficulties such as over-processed photos, artificial HDR, and over-exposed images. 

Clearly, the X7 Ultra’s main focus is photography, but OPPO did not skimp on other specifications, they include, the newest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 engine and a 5,000mAh battery that can be fast-charged at up to 100W wired or 50W wirelessly. Its 6.82-inch 1440p display has a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz and a peak brightness of up to 4500 nits while viewing HDR content. The pricing starts at around $845 for a model with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage, going up to around $990 for the top-end model with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of storage

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Unfortunately, “The Find X7 Ultra will be limited to the China domestic market for now. We have currently no plans to take it outside of China, I’m afraid (sic),” OPPO head of product management Arne Herkelmann said in response to an Android Authority question during a media briefing. 

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Dennis Mathu
Dennis Mathu
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