In March of this year, Oppo finally brought good news for fans of the Oppo Find X2 series. The new smartphone series was released in the form of Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro. Both were really capable flagships with advanced hardware and powerful camera settings. The Oppo Find X2 Pro reached one of the highest ratings in DxOMark However, with the rear camera setup, the same cannot be said for the selfie camera. At least on paper, the device has a powerful front camera setting with a 32MP 1 / 2.8-inch sensor with a wide-angle f / 2.4 aperture. However, the sensor does not provide the same flagship experience we see on rear cameras.
According to DxOMark, the text of the Oppo Find X2 Pro selfie camera shows a performance that is not equivalent to other flagships. The top smartphone had a final selfie camera rating of just 72. It would be even lower, if not for decent video capture performance. In the selfie photo test, DxOMark gave a score of 67. In terms of video recording performance, the phone had a score of 79. The overall result effectively rewards the Oppo Find X2 Pro with one of the lowest ratings for the smartphone selfie camera. on the benchmarking platform. Even devices with worse scores are better than the X2 Pro when it comes to taking photos. For example, we have the Meitu T9 with a score of 73 in the photo test and even the iPhone X with a score of 74.
The performance of the Selfie camera is nothing more than average
DxOMark states, however, that the X2 Pro does a good job of handling face exposure and texture in good lighting conditions for selfies. In addition, it performs well in capturing the depth of field portraits, especially when the subject is away from the camera. However, the phone has difficulty activating HDR in most scenes. Even when activated, the critics note that the results are nothing more than acceptable. Many selfie photos have visible objects that reduce the image quality. In addition, the camera of the device has a very low color response. In low light conditions, we have photos that take on yellow colors. Last but not least, it was a struggle to get to the camera to focus on close-up cinematic shots.
According to DxOMark tests, the Find X2 Pro does well in handling facial exposure and texture in good lighting conditions for selfies. The phone also does a good job of capturing depth of field portraits, especially when the subject is slightly away from the front camera. Critics say, however, that the videos had good face exposure and precise white balance. For this reason, the phone has reached a decent rating of front camera video.
With this result, the Oppo Find X2 Pro is below all the 2020 and 2019 flagships tested at DxOMark. Even some mid-range phones like the Nokia 7.2 or flagships like the Realme X2 Pro offer a better selfie shooter.