Oppo has released a unique flagship called Find X7 Ultra. It became the industry’s first smartphone equipped with two periscope cameras and the first device with a 1-inch Sony LYT-900 sensor.
The Swedish company Hasselblad again worked on the Find X7 Ultra optics. This time, the Find X7 Ultra quad camera was supplemented with the so-called HyperTone engine, which promises to preserve the natural look of photos without compromising their quality.
The Find X7 Ultra has four powerful 50-megapixel sensors, with a 1-inch second-generation Sony LYT-900 sensor with f/1.8 aperture and OIS built into the wide camera.
The ultra-wide-angle camera features a new Sony LYT-600 sensor measuring 1/1.95 inches and an equivalent focal length of 14 mm. It has an f/2.0 aperture and autofocus so it can shoot subjects as close as 4cm.
However, a truly unique solution was the use of two periscopes at once. The Oppo X7 Ultra retains the 65mm 3x periscope camera with 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX890 lens from the Oppo Find X6 Pro. It offers a bright f/2.6 aperture, OIS and a minimum focusing distance of just 25cm.
Along with this, a 135mm 6x telecamera with a 1/2.51-inch Sony IMX858 sensor was added to the flagship, equipped with OIS and can focus from a distance of 35 cm. The company claims that the four-camera system provides smooth zoom in the range from 14 to 270 mm without noticeable deterioration in image quality.
The Find X7 Ultra’s camera app will feature Master Mode, developed in collaboration with Hasselblad. This is an advanced Pro mode that allows you to customize all image parameters and enable shooting in RAW format. 16-bit RAW MAX mode will arrive in March with a software update.
On the front panel of the flagship there is a 6.82-inch LTPO OLED display with a frequency of 120 Hz and QHD+ resolution. The panel has a peak brightness of up to 4,500 nits and supports ProXDR (Ultra HDR picture format developed by Oppo).
The Find X7 Ultra uses the cutting-edge Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset paired with 16GB LPDDR5X RAM and 512GB UFS 4.0 storage.
The smartphone is powered by a 5000 mAh battery that supports 100 W wired charging and 50 W wireless charging. The phone has Android 14 with ColorOS shell.
The two-tone design of the previous series has evolved and the Find X7 Ultra now looks better than its predecessors. It is offered in three color options: blue, orange-brown and black.
Oppo Find X7 Ultra will only be available in China for now. At the same time, the price for 12/256 GB is $840, for 16/256 GB they ask for $910, and the most expensive option is priced at $980.