When you think about the best phones out there, pretty much every flagship device is nearly the same. So, companies have to make sure that they are including something that can help their products stand above the rest.
Oppo is a Chinese company that has been synonymous with phones that have fast charging capabilities, as well as amazing cameras. They have released a new flagship that will certainly appeal to many.
This article will be for the Oppo Find X2 Pro Review.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro is a really nice-looking device. There are two options here: You can buy a black-colored version that has a ceramic back and you also have an orange version that has a faux-leather design on its casing.
Most of the reviews (mine included) will be focusing more on the orange version, simply because it looks so much better than the ceramic one.
Anyway, if you do opt for the leather variant, you will find that the device is very nice to hold. Even if you do not use its included jelly case, the phone will never slip from your grasp.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro is a pretty large device. Its dimensions are 165.2 x 74.4 x 8.8mm. Despite its large stature, the device remains relatively thin so that you can easily slip it in and out of your pocket.
Keep in mind that the weight of the phone will be dependent upon the version you are getting. If you want a considerably lighter device, you should get the faux leather variant as it is 17 grams lighter (at 200 grams) than the ceramic black version which is 217 grams.
Aside from the ceramic or leather material, you will also find a prominent camera array at the back. And, when I say ‘prominent’, I mean that the cameras are so pronounced that the bump is definitely noticeable, especially if you put it on a desk.
Situated on the right side of the device, you will find a power button, as well as the volume controls. Sadly, there is no 3.5mm headphone jack on the X2 Pro.
At the bottom, you will find the lone USB-C port for faster data transfer speeds, as well as fast charging capabilities.
One of the main features of the Oppo Find X2 Pro is its screen and it definitely shows (no pun intended).
The 6.78-inch AMOLED display has a resolution of 3168 x 1440, is HDR10-compatible, 120hz screen refresh rate, and has 800 nits of maximum brightness. In other words, the screen is definitely amazing.
Compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20, the X2 Pro’s display is meant for content consumption. So long as you are playing HDR content, watching your favorite shows and movies on this device is a dream.
It is worth noting that the device is curved on the edges so it might be prone to accidental touches (especially if you have huge hands like me). The good thing, though, is that you can train yourself to use the phone a certain way to prevent this from happening.
While I enjoy consuming any media on the device, I really dislike the fact that the hole-punch camera is so prominent. Sure, the screen real estate is huge, but people can be annoyed at the black camera dot on the left side of the display.
Just like the S20, you can only enjoy the faster screen refresh rate if you lower the resolution to just 1080p.
Since a faster screen refresh rate would normally drain the battery faster, you can toggle the option to automatically switch between modes quickly and easily depending on usage.
The company seems to be taking notes from Google and Apple in that it is not just about the cameras that are built into a phone but rather, the software needs to be good as well and that is definitely evident on this device.
For starters, the main shooter uses the Sony IMX689 lens which is touted to be the best 48-megapixel lens inside a smartphone to date. It has an aperture of f/1.7 which is basically the best out there.
When engaging in low-light photography, the photos are not noisy at all. In fact, when given ample lighting, the images are bold and vibrant and they are definitely the best in class (rivaling the iPhone 11 Pro and Google Pixel 4 XL).
The second lens is a 13-megapixel telephoto shooter that gives people the ability to zoom in on a subject up to 60x. Although I wouldn’t recommend that you zoom that far because it introduces image noise, that is certainly an option.
The 5x optical zoom of the said lens is where the game is at. There is no perceivable noise and the images remain impeccable just like you’re using no zoom at all.
Finally, you have a 48-megapixel ultra-wide sensor with an aperture of f/2.2. Fans of ultra-wide shots would definitely love the phone’s capability to do such a thing.
People that want to record 4K videos will be happy to know that they can do it with the X2 Pro. You can record 4K videos at either 30 or 60fps which is nice. Unfortunately, there is no option to record anything at 8K and that is okay considering that there are only a handful of flagships out there that have that capability.
To cap the phone’s camera setup, you have a 32-megapixel selfie camera with an aperture of f/2.4.
If there is one negative that I would say about the X2 Pro’s cameras, it would be that its autofocus is not as fast as the others.
Specs and Performance
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
- GPU: Adreno 650
- RAM: 12GB LPDDR5
- Storage: 512GB, UFS 3.0
- Display: 6.7-inch AMOLED, 3168 x 1440 resolution, 120hz screen refresh rate, 100% P3 Color gamut, 800 nits brightness, Corning Gorilla Glass 6
- Camera: (Back) 48-megapixel Sony IMX689 wide-angle f/1.7, 13-megapixel periscope telephoto f/3.0, 48-megapixel ultra-wide f/2.2; 32-megapixel f/2.4 selfie camera
- Battery: 4260 mAh w/ 65-watt SuperVOOC 2.0 charger
- OS: Android 10/ColorOS 7.1
- Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.1, WiFi 6 Support, USB-C, NFC, 5G-enabled
When it comes to performance, the Oppo Find X2 Pro is a definite frontrunner. Aside from having the latest and greatest chipset from Qualcomm, it is also fitted with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM which is not only enough for multitasking but it is more than capable of providing you with enough memory to run multiple apps at once without a hitch.
The phone runs on Android 10 with the company’s ColorOS 7.1 overlay and it is pretty cool from an aesthetic standpoint.
It is a bit similar to the vanilla version of the OS, albeit you are given options to tweak some of the design aspects of the device (such as customizing the icons, for example).
One thing I love is that you can easily enable the one-hand mode which will make it easier for you to navigate through the different menus with just using a single hand. This is ideal since the display is quite huge and having this option is a nice addition indeed.
Oppo is actually one of the companies that have introduced fast charging in the industry. The phone comes with 4260 mAh which is definitely one of the heftiest ones that you can find on the market. But, it is not only the battery capacity that is noteworthy but also the charger as well.
Included in the box is the company’s SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charger. It is a 65-watt charger that is capable of charging the device in just under 90 minutes.
How impressive is it? Well, just think about this. I charged the device from 23% and in 15 minutes, it got to 70%. It is that amazing!
Despite how impressive the device’s charger is, I am sad to say that wireless charging is not possible with the device. It is a bit of a bummer and since the price of the phone is so steep, it would have been nice if you were given the option to wirelessly charge your smartphone.
The Oppo Find X2 Pro is truly a great phone in every way. Its headline display is great from a content-consumption standpoint. Its battery life is superb and the charger is equally amazing. The cameras are pretty good and it even rivals some of the best phones in the US. Its performance package is on-par with the other flagships as well.
Despite so many things to love about this device, there are a couple of things that I want to point out. First is the inability of the device to charge wirelessly. A premium phone in 2020 should have that feature at least.
Second, the lack of a headphone jack. This is not too surprising since most flagships have already ditched this, but it would have been nice to have one regardless.
Lastly, its pricing and availability. The price of this phone is $1,450 and to make matters worse, the phone is not originally available in the United States. If you want to get your hands on one, you will have to have it shipped to the US which may include shipping fees on top of the huge asking price.
But all in all, this flagship phone is truly a premium device- both in specs and its price.
WatchOS 7- New Features and Everything You Need to Know
Apple’s smartwatch operating system is now on its 7th iteration and although it doesn’t have grandiose features, there are some notable ones nonetheless.
Today, I am going to go over the new features and everything you need to know about WatchOS 7.
The new Apple smartwatch operating system will debut with the release of the Apple Watch 6 but it will also be available on a handful of older generation Apple watches as well.
Anyway, there aren’t a lot of big features included in the new update, but there are some notable ones. Here are just some of them:
1.Watch Faces and Complications
There isn’t a lot of flexibility when it comes to watch faces on Apple smartwatches and that is because the company didn’t make it open source, which means that other developers cannot chime in with their own designs.
But despite the fact that support is limited only to the company, Apple is going to be releasing some new watch faces soon that will not only make your watch look very interesting but it will also add new features and information that will surely be useful to you.
Aside from new watch faces, app developers can also make use of watch complications via a new API. That means that you can use your Apple smartwatch to find out more information about current events, weather, sports, and many others.
For example, if you are going to run a weather app, the said application can provide information about the weather condition, as well as the wind speed, temperature, etc.
2.Sleep Tracking and Wind Down Mode
Apple watches have become one of the most reliable sleep tracking devices for quite some time now and it has only been improved in the new update.
WatchOS 7 provides you with a more robust ‘Sleep’ app that can help you track your sleeping habits and provide you with some tips on how to help improve the quality of your sleep.
You will be able to set your own sleeping time, though you are encouraged to sleep at night (which can be a problem for people who are working in graveyard shifts).
To complement the Sleep app, there is also a Wind Down mode that basically mutes all incoming notifications until the time you’re supposed to wake up. This also means that the watch will not accidentally turn its lighting on whenever you flick your wrist or make watch gestures.
With the use of the watch’s different sensors, the application can record some important metrics that can help you improve your overall sleeping patterns. This is great for people that are not getting the right amount and quality of sleep.
One of the best ways to kill the Covid-19 virus is to do frequent handwashing. But, it is not just a mere gesture of wetting your hands with water and putting a little bit of soap and be done with it because there are some set rules that you have to follow to make it even more effective.
As a general rule, you should wash your hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water. I think by now, you know the basic principles of handwashing, albeit you have to do it 20 seconds at a time.
To help you instill good handwashing habits, the WatchOS 7 can use an Apple Watch’s motion sensors, built-in AI, and microphone to ensure that you are doing it correctly.
If it senses that you are done before the 20-second mark, it will remind you to continue washing your hands.
In addition, the watch will also remind you to wash your hands again once you come home from work or from somewhere else.
It is always a good idea to strengthen your immune system and one way to do that would be to increase your daily physical activities.
The new update brings with it a new fitness app that includes four additional activities that you can track using your Apple Watch.
If you are a fan of dancing, the new fitness app can help you track a lot of popular dance routines, including Hip-hop, Latin, Bollywood, and so much more.
Aside from dance tracking, you also have options for functional strength training and core training. It is said that resistance training not only helps build muscle but it can also be good for your general health as well.
Lastly, you can also track your cooldown regimen as well. This includes some stretching and things that you can do to maximize your time after working out.
According to the WHO, people should not exceed listening to music at 80 decibels for more than 40 hours a week. Otherwise, your hearing will be compromised.
To help protect your ears, the new WatchOS 7 can send you timely notifications to remind you to stop listening to loud music once you’ve reached the 40-hour mark (this could be in a span of one week).
I think that most people are not going to go beyond that limit anyway, but it is still a nice feature if you forget to rest your ears.
If you are using wireless headphones, you will hear a chime that will notify you when you are close to the said limit.
As part of physical distancing measures, people are encouraged to ride a bike to work instead of taking public transport (this is assuming that you do not have your own car).
If you are riding a bike to work, the new feature can help plot a course that will help make your travel more seamless.
For instance, if there is a huge stairway in your path, your Apple smartwatch can plot a different course for you to take for a smoother ride.
Of course, it should go without saying that this feature is only available for LTE versions of the Apple Watch as this thing will require continuous internet connectivity to work.
7.Translation and an Improved Siri
Siri, Apple’s own AI assistant, has been vastly improved. This time, you are able to send voice-to-text commands right on your Apple Smartwatch and you can use that feature to help you translate some foreign words to your chosen language.
For instance, if you want to know the Japanese term for ‘hello’, you can say that to Siri and she will not only translate that for you but she will also say it out loud so that you will know how it is said correctly.
This is a nifty feature, especially if you are talking to some foreign clients and you want a quick way to know the meaning of certain words that you are not familiar with.
How to Get the Update?
The new WatchOS 7 is now available only for select Apple smartwatches. This means that your unit should be at least Apple Watch 3, Apple Watch 4, Apple Watch Series 5, and the new Apple Watch SE. Apple Watch 6, as mentioned earlier, already comes with the new operating system so you do not have to worry about anything.
There are three ways to get the update. The first one would be to open up the Watch application on your iPhone. Next, tap ‘General’ and you will find the option to install a ‘Software Update’.
Alternatively, you can also do the update process directly on your Apple smartwatch as well. To do this, head on over to Settings->General->Software Update.
Apple is employing a staggered rollout which means that you might not get notified even though the update is already available for download. The above steps can be done in order to force the watch to get the new update.
If you are patient, you can go with the third approach and just wait for the notification that will prompt you to download the new update.
There are a few things that you have to remember before initiating the update. First, you need to be connected to your WiFi router as the update will not push through if you are using an LTE connection.
Second, your Apple Watch must at least have 50% of battery before downloading and installing the update to ensure that the device won’t turn off during the entire process.
Third, do not touch the watch while it is updating. Let the entire thing install first before you can use the watch again. It is vital that the entire process is not interrupted, otherwise, you could experience a lot of issues.
The WatchOS 7 is an iterative update, but it doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have some exciting and important features.
I am really happy about the Watch faces and complications because it just provides you with a much better user experience, especially since app developers can now introduce more watch-specific features to the masses.
The sleep tracking, handwashing, hearing, and fitness applications help you improve your overall health, especially since we are still under the effects of a global pandemic.
I also find maps and Siri’s translation services to be quite useful as well, so there are still a lot of things to be happy about with the new update.
TikTok and WeChat Bans- What We Know So Far
It seems that President Trump’s ban on Chinese tech giants are in full swing after one of the most powerful men in the world issued bans on popular Chinese-owned apps: TikTok and WeChat.
TikTok is a popular platform that allows people to record and upload user-generated content, which is essentially a means of uploading viral content over the internet.
WeChat is a chat platform that also includes a payment portal and a news corner. It is a more robust application that could potentially be a problem when it comes to your data and privacy in general, at least, that’s what Trump thinks.
In a previous post, President Trump has given ByteDance, the company that created TikTok, about 45 days for them to reach an agreement with Microsoft. If a deal doesn’t push through, the application will no longer be allowed to operate in the U.S. Apparently, there is a new deal that was made and the stakeholder is a different company now.
Oracle has won the bidding war so instead of Microsoft making a deal with the Chinese-based company, it is now Oracle that will take the helm. The company was supposed to oversee the deal but apparently, it couldn’t reach an accord with ByteDance, which prompted Trump to remind the Chinese company that it only had until November 12 to operate.
In what appears to be an insult to ByteDance, Trump also added that its popular application will no longer be available in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store starting Sunday, September 20.
On a similar note, WeChat also suffers the same fate as the president of the United States have also issued an order for the US-owned mobile operating system giants to remove the said application in their respective app stores.
At the time of writing, both Apple and Google haven’t issued any statements but they did mention in the past that they are going to abide by the laws of the country.
President Trump, on Friday, has issued an ultimatum where the popular Chinese export will no longer be able to operate within U.S. soil if it cannot reach a deal with Oracle.
ByteDance representatives, as well as the Chinese government, were adamant against the decision stating that ByteDance was not given a chance of due process. The Chinese government is mulling over the possibility of doing the same with US-owned companies, so we could see some ramifications of this particular threat made by Trump.
Apparently, the ban on both WeChat and TikTok spawned over fears that the Chinese-owned apps are getting private data from its consumers.
There is some truth to this in the sense that TikTok wants to gain access to a lot of permissions that have no integral bearing on the app’s features, which is kind of fishy when you really think about it.
But, in a statement that was released by ByteDance, the only information that was extracted from users is data that the users are willing to share and nothing else. This is also stipulated in the terms and conditions and if users agreed to this, then the app developer has the right to the data.
ByteDance is probably happy by the fact that it has received quite a number of downloads on Saturday, the supposed last day that American citizens can download the application.
True enough, in a statement that was released by the said company, it had received an 800% surge in users over the weekend- something that was unprecedented in recent times.
Just a reminder, you can still use TikTok on your mobile device until November 12 (or longer, depending on whether or not Oracle and ByteDance will reach an agreement).
An update on the deal: Trump’s administration wants Walmart to join the agreement, which would mean that both Oracle and Walmart will be major stakeholders of ByteDance.
It is also worth noting that both of the US-based companies will only own about 20% of the entire share of the company. That means that ByteDance will still own the vast majority of TikTok and other future applications that are going to be developed.
The move is just to ensure that the Chinese-based company will not overstep its boundaries, especially when it comes to national security.
What About WeChat?
It still remains to be seen whether or not WeChat will be permanently banned in the U.S. or not, but American users will no longer be able to use the said application until further notice.
Judge Laurel Beeler, one of the judges that handled the case, said that the ban has created a lot of serious questions about the First Amendment rights of some Chinese-Americans.
Apparently, WeChat is the only chat application that is allowed to operate within Chinese soil, so banning this application in the U.S. would mean that some Chinese people who are not fluent in English, will have a hard time communicating with their relatives in China.
I think it is precisely because of this reason why Trump and his administration wants to ban WeChat. It apparently has the means of communicating some sensitive data from American citizens that could potentially be used and be weaponized by the Chinese government. Although these claims could potentially be true, there is no tangible evidence to suggest that this is indeed the case.
While TikTok could still be used by Americans until Walmart and Oracle are able to reach a deal, the same cannot be said for WeChat.
The good thing is that there tons of other messaging apps that American citizens can use, but this will certainly not bode well for the Chinese-American community.
Xiaomi Poco X3 Review- An Appealing Budget Smartphone with a 120Hz Display
Because schools and offices are employing study and work from home schemes due to the Covid-19 pandemic, getting a smartphone is quite appealing in this day and age. That is because such portable devices are handy and you can conduct video conferences, as well as communicate with other people from across the world.
That being said, if you have only a limited budget, then I highly recommend that you look at the Xiaomi Poco X3. I am going to be reviewing it today, so sit tight and read through the rest of this content piece.
Before I begin, I just want to say that there are two versions of this phone. You might find that there is one that is called ‘Poco X3 NFC’ and the other version doesn’t have the ‘NFC’ in its moniker. This implies that one doesn’t come with the said technology, so if you are going to buy this device, make sure that you are getting the right version.
That being said, we used to think that budget smartphones do not look classy, but you have to change that mindset because phone manufacturers like Xiaomi make incredible-looking phones for a cheaper price.
The Poco X3 might have a polycarbonate body but it certainly doesn’t look or feel cheap. In fact, once you get a hold of the device, you will instantly find that it can take a beating while still having that elegant look.
At the back, you will find the ‘Poco’ branding situated a little bit near the charging port while at the top, you will find its quad-camera array. Do keep in mind that there is a noticeable camera bump, so using this flat on a desk will mean that the phone will move on every press of the display.
Since this is a budget smartphone, you will find a two sim-card tray, as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack. You will also find a fingerprint sensor which is added to the power button itself. In my testing, it is somewhat accurate, albeit it is not as fast as flagship devices.
You also get dual speakers that are placed at the top and the bottom of the device and I have to say that they are pretty loud. Its support for aptX, aptX HD, and LDAC codecs make it also an enticing choice if you are going to use Bluetooth speakers.
Lastly, the Poco X3 has an IP53 rating which means that it can handle dust and a couple of splashes. Just do not submerge this device or go out there in the pouring rain.
What’s interesting about the Poco X3 is that it has a 120Hz display. Here, you will get a 6.67-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 20:9. You will also love the fact that it can support HDR10 as well, though keep in mind that this is still using an IPS panel, so its contrast is not as good as those phones with OLED displays.
Still, I find the colors to be quite punchy and vibrant, and the brightness caps at 450 nits which is quite impressive for an affordable smartphone.
Xiaomi has done a good job of making sure that the phone’s fast display won’t eat through the battery like butter by enabling a variable refresh rate. This means that if the situation doesn’t call for a fast display, the screens’ refresh rate will dial back down a little bit to save on battery. Of course, you can set it to full 120Hz all of the time, though you have to be carrying its charger with you at all times.
All in all, I am quite impressed by the Poco X3’s display. Even if it is just an IPS screen, it looks really nice and its peak brightness ensures that you can use the phone even in direct sunlight.
Normally, I do not take too much time on a budget smartphone’s camera array simply because most companies overlook this aspect anyway and would just put in some cameras and be done with it. But, the Poco X3 is different.
You see, aside from the fact that this device has four cameras at the back, they are quite respectable in terms of performance.
You get a 64-megapixel wide-angle main shooter that produces vibrant shots and perfect dynamic range. Its 13-megapixel ultra-wide camera is okay, though its performance is not on par with other ultra-wide sensors in mid-range phones.
The last two cameras are macro and depth lenses which perform admirably well, especially if you decide to use the device’s specific camera features.
You can record 4K videos at 30 frames per second but when you go for this resolution, you will not have any image stabilization at all and it would be fitting if you use a gimbal for stabilization.
If you are recording videos at HD or Full HD, then you will find that the cameras do a pretty good job in terms of performance and quality.
The 20-megapixel selfie camera is no slouch either. It can take high-quality photos of yourself or a group and its quality shines when you are using video-conferencing apps.
All in all, I am happy with the Poco X3’s cameras. The only thing that I do not like about them is that they create a bit of a bulge which is noticeable if you put the device on a desk.
Specs and Performance
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G
- GPU: Adreno 618
- RAM: 6GB
- Storage: 64/128GB, expandable via MicroSD
- Display: 6.67-inch IPS LCD, 2400 x 1080 resolution, 120Hz Refresh Rate, 240Hz Touch Sampling Rate, HDR10, Corning Gorilla Glass 5
- Camera: 64-megapixel Sony IMX682 main sensor (f/1.89), 13-megapixel ultra-wide (f/2.2, 119-degrees field of view), 2-megapixel macro (f/2.4), 2-megapixel depth (f/2.4); 20-megapixel (f/2.2) selfie camera
- SIM: Dual Sim or 1 SIM + microSD card
- Connectivity: WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, USB-C, 3.5mm port
- Battery: 5,160 mAh, 33-Watt Charger
- Dimensions: 165.3 x 76.8 x 9.4mm
- Weight: 215 grams
- Colors: Shadow Gray, Cobalt Blue
The Poco X3’s performance is on par with the Google Pixel 4a and other phones that come with the Snapdragon 732G chipset.
For those of you who do not know, the Snapdragon 732G chipset is on the lower end of mid-range chipsets. It is not bad by any means but it certainly doesn’t come close to the 765G (which is found in phones such as the OnePlus Nord).
You can still expect relatively good performance across the board, but you will find that the phone struggles to handle graphically demanding games. For the most part, you shouldn’t worry too much about it.
The Xiaomi Poco X3 is packed with the company’s MIUI 12 operating system which is just a skin of Android 10 with Xiaomi’s spin on the said OS. It is pretty polished, though it will take some time for you to understand its features.
Now, when you are getting a budget product, you can expect some corners to be cut somewhere, right? While that is not evident in the design, it is definitely evident when it comes to the software.
You see, for Xiaomi to get some profits when selling affordable phones, they have to do something to make that a reality and in the Poco X3, it is by way of in-OS ads.
The ads aren’t there in plain sight, but it will be shown to you whenever you install something from the Google Play Store, as well as in some areas of the phone’s settings.
They are not intrusive by any means, but some people might find it annoying that you will see ads on a phone that you’ve paid for.
To be honest, this isn’t a huge deal considering that you are getting a pretty good smartphone at an affordable price. But if you are not okay with this (especially since there are some concerns about privacy), then you might want to find something else.
This device is a survivor as it can last a comfortable two days before needing a charge. The Poco X3 comes with a hefty 5,160 mAh battery with a 33-watt charger in the box.
Even if you play all day or watch content online to your heart’s content, this device can handle them without any issue.
I have to really tax this device for the battery to run out in a single day, which means that if you only use this thing moderately, you could be seeing a 2-3-day battery life.
Charging the Poco X3 is also not a problem at all. Its included 33-watt charger ensures that the device gets its battery from 0-100 in just under 2 hours.
Sadly, there is no support for wireless charging, but that is to be expected given that this is a budget device.
If you are looking for a great budget phone, the Xiaomi Poco X3 is definitely one of them. It has a fast 120Hz display, good brightness levels, great battery life, and overall good build quality.
You might have an issue with the ads that are found in some parts of the operating system, but to me, they are not obtrusive at all.
If you are interested in getting the Xiaomi Poco X3, you can get the NFC version for just $250 for the 6GB/128GB version.
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