New OPPO Find X5 raises the bar on smartphone imaging and design  

OPPO has introduced its new mobile phone in the market the OPPO Find X Series months after launching the OPPO Reno 7 series.

The OPPO Find X5 flagship introduces an advanced camera system powered by MariSilicon X that supports 4K Ultra Night Video capabilities; 120Hz Billion-Colour Bionic Display; Superior 5G performance; industry leading 80W SUPERVOOC plus 30W AIRVOOC wireless charging; IP54 Water and Dust Resistance, and more.

It boasts an ultra-premium finish, with frosted, matte glass and fingerprint-resistant chassis and is available in Black or White.

The Find X5 Series elevates the Find X series to a whole new level of beauty – both aesthetic and in terms of capabilities.

The series is brimming with industry-leading features and offers a futuristic style that delivers clean, modern sophistication and world-first imaging experiences.

These include a dedicated image Neural Processing Unit, which overcomes the most difficult obstacle of smartphone video capture, night-time recording.

This is complemented by a dual flagship IMX766 camera system, unparalleled performance and ultra-fast 5G connectivity, and remarkable SUPERVOOC Flash Charging technology.

The OPPO Find X5 runs Qualcomm® Snapdragon® 888 Mobile Platform, ensuring that every application runs at a fast pace.

Enhanced with the 1 Billion Colour Bionic Display, the Find X5 uses a 120Hz Adaptive Dynamic Refresh Rate.

The phone boasts a 4,800mAh battery that can support an entire day of use. The Find X5 also comes with super-fast charging that supports 80W SuperVOOC plus 30W AirVOOC (wireless charging).

Bursting with industry-leading highlights, The Find X5 will boast a futuristic aesthetic that will achieve clean, modern sophistication and world-first imaging experiences.

The most anticipated launch of the FindX5 Series really puts OPPO at the forefront of smartphone technology in Kenya.



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