Oppo Find X2 Pro (left), Neo (middle) and Lite in a smartphone comparison
Oppos Germany headquarters is located in Dsseldorf. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer celebrated its official market entry at the end of May.
The crowning glory of the virtual online party was the launch of Oppo Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite. Both models can be used as offshoots
of the Oppo Find X2 Pro presented at the beginning of March and thus have similarities and idiosyncrasies – just like a family.
We had already tested the models and simply found them to be good. If you are interested in one of the devices,
will quickly find that choosing a particular one is not that easy.
For this reason, we compared Oppo Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite and the main denominators and differences
filtered. All data on the individual models can be found in the comparison table.
Oppo Find X2 Pro, Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite compared
Oppo Find X2 Pro (left), Neo (middle) and Lite in a smartphone comparison
All three models support the 5G cellular standard. The built-in processors make this possible. Qualcomm’s top model Snapdragon 865 has only
Found its place in the Pro model, Neo and Lite have to get by with the Snapdragon 765G. What sounds like this is not meant to be contemptuous. The 765 too
bring good performance values.
But it has to be said clearly: on paper they cannot keep up with the 865, like the AnTuTu values and we determined
show our own browser benchmark results. In practice, however, the large differences in numbers are less noticeable. Both Neo and Lite are smart smartphones,
who can also take on multitasking tasks.
At 6.7 inches, the Oppo Find X2 Pro has the largest display diagonal. Neo and Lite offer 6.5 and 6.4 inches, respectively. Higher refresh rates are a smartphone display trend,
who already established itself with models like the OnePlus 7 Pro a good year ago. While the Oppo Find X2 Lite has a panel,
that offers the otherwise standard 60 Hz refresh rate, the Neo 90 Hz and the Pro even 120 Hz. This is supposed to offer a “smoother user experience” like it
in marketing jargon. Ultimately, it does. Operation at 90 or 120 Hz is actually smoother, smoother, softer than it is at 60 Hz.
However, we cannot say that this is a purchase argument that can no longer be discussed. It’s a nice aftertaste of one
Premium smartphones. But if you have the possibility to compare 60 Hz with 90 Hz or 60 Hz with 120 Hz, for example on-site in an electronics store,
he should do that in any case. The difference between 90 Hz and 120 Hz is no longer as decisive as between 60 and 90 Hz or even 60 and 120 Hz.
With a display brightness test of 885 cd / m determined by us, the panel of the Oppo Find X2 Pro is top class and currently dominates ours
Leaderboard of smartphones with the brightest displays. Neo and Lite have lower, but also not bad values.
By the way, Pro and Neo are visually the most similar. Both have a curved display on the sides and a punch hole for the front camera. The Lite has no curved design and
a central recess in the form of a water drop notch for the front camera.
The battery capacity of Neo and Lite are the same at 4025 mAh, both can be quickly recharged with 30 watts. The Find X2 Pro’s 4260 mAh battery can
can be quickly recharged with up to 65 watts. In our test, the Oppo Find X2 Lite’s battery lasted the longest with a runtime of around 10 hours.
|Oppo Find X2 Pro||Oppo Find X2 Neo||Oppo Find X2 Lite|
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|Screen size||6.70 inches||6.50 inches||6.40 inches|
|Display resolution||1440 x 3168 pixels||1080 x 2400 pixels||1080 x 2400 pixels|
|Length||165.2 mm||159.4 mm||160.3 mm|
|width||74.4 mm||72.4 mm||74.3 mm|
|thickness||8.8 mm||7.7 mm||8.0 mm|
|Weight||207.0 g||171.0 g||180.0 g|
|Processor type||Snapdragon 865||Snapdragon 765G (Cortex-A76)||Snapdragon 765G (Cortex-A76)|
|Processor cores (total)||8th||8th||8th|
|Processor clock||2.84 GHz||2.20 GHz||2.20 GHz|
|Random Access Memory (RAM)||12.0 GB||12.0 GB||8.0 GB|
|Total storage size||512.00 GB||256.00 GB||128.00 GB|
|Memory card slot||–||–||–|
|Cellular||GSM, EDGE, HSPA +, LTE, 5G||GSM, EDGE, HSPA +, LTE, 5G||GSM, EDGE, HSPA +, LTE, 5G|
|Mobile radio max. Downstream (LTE)||2000.00 Mbit / s||2000.00 Mbit / s||2000.00 Mbit / s|
|WiFi standard||Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax)||Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax)||Wi-Fi 6 (802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax)|
|Milliamp hours||4260 mAh||4025 mAh||4025 mAh|
|Battery change possible||No||No||No|
|Megapixels||48.0 megapixels||48.0 megapixels||48.0 megapixels|
|Megapixel (2nd sensor)||48.0 megapixels||13.0 megapixels||8.0 megapixels|
|Megapixel (3rd sensor)||13.0 megapixels||8.0 megapixels||2.0 megapixels|
|32.0 megapixels||32.0 megapixels||32.0 megapixels|
|OS version at the start of sales||10th||10th||10th|
|Fingerprint sensor||Integrated display||Integrated display||Integrated display|
Three oppos, one camera comparison
Oppo Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite each offer a quad camera, the Pro model has a triple setup on the back. As part of the comparison, we have the laboratory pictures that we took in good light,
and attached the pictures we took with the cameras of the cell phones in night mode. You can view further pictures – also of the wild (urban) nature – in each test report.
In good light, all shots are at a very good level. There is not much to complain about. The Oppo Find X2 Pro’s camera delivers more brightness overall,
the colors reproduced by the cameras from Neo and Lite appear more vivid in places, but less brightness is responsible for others
Place accordingly for darker areas. A matter of taste.
In night mode, the camera of the Oppo Find X2 Pro provides a very bright overall picture, which can be rated as positive. The colors of the individual squares can therefore also be changed
distinguish very well from each other. The presentation is also characterized by richness of detail. The result of the neo camera is significantly warmer overall. But also here
the colors still differ very well and look natural.
The colors that the lite camera reproduces in night mode appear slightly more unnatural than in the other two shots in night mode, but are nevertheless sufficient
Brightness marked, which is why they are easily distinguishable from each other.
Laboratory photos in good and bad light (night mode)
Oppo triple comparison: conclusion
The Oppo Find X2 Pro delivers a bit more of everything: more and brighter display, more refresh rate, more battery, faster charging, faster processor, ergo more performance and more memory.
In some places, Neo and Lite fall behind, but are still very good smartphones. In terms of premium feel and premium look, Pro and Neo are the closest, the Lite is in the middle class.
At the end of the day, the price also plays a big role, the only thing left to ask is wallet and personal taste.
At 1199 euros, the Oppo Find X2 Pro costs significantly more than the other two models according to the MSRP: The price for the Oppo Find X2 Neo is 699 euros, the price of the
Oppo Find X2 Lite at 499 euros. No matter which of the three models the buyer chooses, he will always get a solid smartphone with a good camera, premium features
and 5G support.
If you are interested in further details about the Oppo Find X2 Pro, you can get detailed test results
Read the test report. We took a close look at Oppo Find X2 Neo and Oppo Find X2 Lite in a duo test.