OPPO reveals the Find X2 Lite, offering 5G support at €500

OPPO released the Find X2 series last month, featuring the Find X2 and FInd X2 Pro. We reviewed the latter at Neowin, and it earned a lot of praise for its design, speed, and camera, but the price made it hard to recommend. It looks like OPPO is readying a cheaper member of the Find X2 family, though, and it will be called the Find X2 Lite.

The new model has shown up on OPPO's Portuguese website, complete with a full set of specs. Like the rest of the Find X2 series, it will support 5G, but it will do so using Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765 chipset, rather than the top-tier Snapdragon 865. Out of the box, it will support two non-standalone (NSA) 5G bands - n40 and n78. A forthcoming update will add support for more NSA and SA bands - n1, n2, n5, n7, and n28.

It will also include 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, slightly below the more expensive models, but still solidly in the upper mid-range segment. The battery is 4,025mAh, and while it misses out on 65W charging from the more expensive models, it does support VOOC 4.0 charging at 30W.

While the Find X2 and Find X2 Pro have three cameras on the back, the Find X2 Lite actually has four. A 48MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide, and two 2MP lenses for special photo effects - one for black and white shots and one for "retro style" pictures. Over on the front, a 32MP camera is placed in a more traditional notch, rather than the punch-hole cutout of the two main models.

The display is also a downgrade, going down to Full HD+ (2400x1080) and settling for a standard 60Hz refresh rate. It's also slightly smaller at 6.4 inches, but it is AMOLED.

OPPO's website doesn't reveal the pricing, but the phone has already shown up at some Portuguese retailers, like Worten, where it is listed for €499.99. It will come in Moonlight Black and Pearl White, but as of right now, there's no indication of a release date.

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