The company normally releases three models in each series, the last of which was in the Find X3 line. There was no X4 because the word for ‘four’ has a similar sound to the Chinese word for ‘death’.
The Lite looks like any of Oppo’s other models, weighing in at 173 grams. There is a plastic cover in the box, but this is standard and nothing special as in the case of the X5 Pro.
The 6.43-inch AMOLED display has an FHD resolution of 2400x1080p, with 8-bit color depth and 409PPI. It is clear and easy on the eye, although things are not so easy to see in bright light.
The standout feature of the Lite is the charging. The 4500 mAh battery can easily last a day or more and can be charged to 100% in just over 30 minutes thanks to the 65W SUPERVOOC Flash charging. This alone makes it worth the cost.
Pictures taken indoors are not the best.
The rear cameras stand out on the back, with a 64MP main camera, 8MP ultra wide-angle camera and 2MP macro camera. These give acceptable photos when the light is good, but indoors the photos come out a bit dull as can be seen.
The degree of zooming in is somewhat limited and more than 2x does not yield an acceptable result. The front has a 32MP selfie camera.
Like the other two devices in this series, the Lite supports 5G. In Australia, 5G is not yet available at prices the common man can afford, but the 4G network is very good, so this isn’t an issue.
The Find X5 Lite is built on top of a MediaTek Dimensity 900 SoC and has 8 GB of memory and 256 GB of storage. Virtual memory can also be used by the operating system, so you don’t have to worry about the memory slowing down operations.
There are two refresh rates, 90Hz and the default 60Hz. Fingerprint protection on the screen is available, as well as facial recognition and the standard numeric lock. There is no advertised water or dust resistance.
The model sent to me for review was the Startrails Blue model; the back of this does not collect fingerprints easily.
There is room for two SIM cards and also an SD card. The operating system is Android 11 which is Oppo’s ColorOS 12. The Lite model sold in Australia has a standard earphone jack.
The device is available in two colors: Starry Black and Startrails Blue. It is sold at Vodafone and Optus (black only), JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Officeworks, The Good Guys, Big W, Wireless1, Woolworths Mobile, Catch, Kogan, TeleChoice, Yes Distribution, Amazon, MobileCiti, Bing Lee, Australia Post and Retravision.
Height about 160.6mm
Width about 73.2mm
Thickness about 7.81 mm
Weight approximately 173 g (rounded to the nearest whole number)
RAM and ROM capacities 8 GB + 256 GB
RAM type LPDDR4X @ 2133 MHz 2 x 16-bit
ROM Specifications UFS2.2 @ 2 lanes HS-Gear3
Phone storage card supported
USB OTG supported (reverse charging supported)
Screen ratio 90.8%
Resolution FHD (2400 × 1080)
Refresh rate Maximum: 90 Hz Options: 90 Hz or 60 Hz
Touch sampling rate Maximum: 180 Hz (2 fingers) Default: 120 Hz (5 fingers)
Color Gamut Vivid Mode: 100% DCI-P3/135% sRGB Soft Mode: 76% DCI-P3/103% sRGB
Color depth 16.7 million colors (8-bit)
Pixel density 409 PPI
Brightness 430 nits (typical); up to 600 nits in sunlight (typical) and up to 800 nits when displaying HDR or HDR10+ content.
Panel AMOLED (hard)
Cover slips Corning Gorilla Glass 5
64 MP main camera: f/1.7; field of view 80.5°; 6P lens; AF supported; Closed Loop Focus Motor
8 MP wide-angle camera: f/2.25; field of view 118.9°; 5P lens
8 MP macro camera: f/2.4; field of view 88.8°; 3P lens; fixed focus
32MP front camera: f/2.4; field of view 85°; 5P lens
Back: Photo, Video, Night, Expert, Panoramic, Portrait, Time-lapse, Slow-motion, Text scanner, Dual-view video, Sticker, Extra HD, Macro and Soloop templates
Front: Photo, Video, Panoramic, Portrait, Night, Time-lapse, Dual-view video, Sticker and Slow-motion
Rear camera supports up to 4K (30fps), 1080P (60fps/30fps) and 720P (60fps/30fps)
Video Slo-mo: 1080P (120fps) and 720P (240fps)
Video Stabilization: EIS, 1080P (60fps), 1080P (30fps)
1-20x zoom: 4K (30fps), 1080P (60fps/30fps), 720P (60fps/30fps)
0.6x zoom: 1080P (30fps) and 720P (30fps)
Supports 1080P/720P (30fps) (Default: 1080P (30fps)) (Retouch: Enabled by default).
Video Stabilization: 1080P (30fps) (1080P (60fps) is not supported)
Video Slo-mo: 1080P (120fps), 720P (240fps)
CPU MediaTek Dimension 900
CPU Speed Cores 8 cores
GPU ARM Mali-G68 MC4
2 × 2200 mAh / 17.02 Wh (min)
2 × 2250 mAh/17.41 Wh (typical)
[Two series-connected cells, equivalent to a total capacity of 4500 mAh]
Fast Charging 65W SUPERVOOCTM, 50W SUPERVOOCTM, 33W SUPERVOOCTM, VOOC (5V/4A), PD (9V/2A)
Biometric fingerprint, on-screen fingerprint sensor
Face Recognition Supported
Sensors Geomagnetic sensor, Proximity sensor, Optical sensor, Accelerometer, Gravity sensor, Gyroscope, Pedometer
sim card 2
SIM card type Nano SIM card
WCDMA: Tires 1/2/4/5/6/8/19
FDD-LTE: Bands 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/26/28/66 (UL: 1710 MHz–1780 MHz, DL: 2110 MHz–2180 MHz )
TD-LTE: Tires 38/39/40/41
5G SA: 1/3/5/7/8/20/28/38/40/41/78
5G NSA: 1/3/5/7/8/20/28/38/40/41/66/77/78
Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac), 802.11a/b/g/n/
Wi-Fi display and Wi-Fi tethering
Bluetooth 5.2, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE)
Bluetooth audio codec SBC, AAC, APTX, APTXHD, LDAC
USB interface USB Type-C
Headphone jack 3.5mm
Supports Android Beam, HCE and UICC
Multifunctional NFC: HCE and NFC SIM
ColorOS 12 based on Android 11
Built-in GPS, A-GPS, BeiDou, GLONASS, GALILEO and QZSS positioning systems are supported.
GPS, BDS, GLONASS, GALILEO, QZSS
Google Maps and other third-party map apps are supported.
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