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OPPO Find X5 series launch teased, will come with Hasselblad cameras

Highlights

  • OPPO Find X5 series has been teased
  • The company has also announced a partnership with Hasselblad for the upcoming flagships
  • The Find X5 is set to debut next month

OPPO Find X5 series has been officially teased. The next-generation flagship offering is confirmed to be unveiled in the first quarter of 2022 which means before the end of March. However, the exact launch date remains a mystery. 

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In a press release, OPPO also announced its partnership with legendary camera maker Hasselblad for the upcoming Find X series. The Find X5 series will arrive as the successor to the Find X3 that debuted in March last year. The lineup is expected to consist of standard, Pro and Lite variants. 

OPPO Find X5 series with Hasselblad camera teased

OPPO has partnered with Hasselblad for three years to co-develop camera technologies for the brand’s flagship Find X series. This is no surprise considering OPPO’s merger with OnePlus that has been using Hasselblad cameras on its flagships since last year. 

OPPO Chief Product Officer Pete Lau said in a statement, “Following the success of OnePlus and Hasselblad’s collaboration in the past year, we are very pleased to see the partnership enter a new stage of development, giving more users around the world a chance to enjoy the legendary Hasselblad mobile imaging experience.”

OPPO says that it is committed to offering a world-class photography experience through its self-developed MariSilicon X imaging NPU and now the partnership with Hasselblad. With the collaboration, the Chinese brand will likely pack the same camera features as OnePlus including natural colour calibration, XPan mode and other software improvements. 

We can expect OPPO to announce the launch date and tease features of the Find X5 series in the coming weeks. The upcoming flagship lineup is tipped to consist standard, Pro and lite models. All three devices will be 5G compatible and are tipped to come with an elevating triple rear camera module with the brand’s dedicated image processing chip. 

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