Oppo Find X5 Pro review

The Oppo Find X5 Pro is a solid tool at first glance. Exposure and white balance are particularly pleasing in outdoor lighting. The use of large image sensors for the wide and ultrawide lenses ensures uniform exposure and noise in these two cameras, whether shooting standard or macro.

The Oppo Find X5 Pro reflects Oppo’s most cutting-edge mobile technology as of 2022. With a futuristic design, an updated version of the company’s Color OS operating system, and a potent new camera configuration, Oppo phone is building on the fundamentals of the DNA of the Find series and attempting to take market share from the other leading brands in the industry.

Oppo omitted the X4 designation since it is regarded as unlucky in China. Oppo’s top-tier features, including as its 80W SuperVOOC fast wired and 50W wireless charging technology, top-tier performance, and potent Color OS 12 software, all on display with the Find X5 Pro. A less expensive Oppo Find X5 model is also available; it has a similar look but a few minor hardware package concessions.

You can choose between the Ceramic White and Glaze Black color options for the Find X5 Pro. There is only one memory configuration available, with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage; there is no microSD slot for memory expansion. In the box, Oppo includes a plastic protective cover, an 80W SuperVOOC charger, and a USB-A to USB-C connection.


The Oppo Find X5 Pro’s hefty quality ceramic shell and smooth, polished aluminum frame are decorated with two gorgeous finishes, Glaze Black and Ceramic White. The phone has a camera bump on the back that is unlike anything we’ve seen before. Oppo has designed a fluid camera cluster that melts into the rest of the ceramic backing to provide a seamless finish rather than a step-up style bulge that seems different from the rest of the phone.

With all the lenses you could possibly need on a phone to catch both close-up objectives and squeeze expansive panoramas into a single frame, the camera system is perfect for a budding photographer. The Find X5 Pro is the perfect companion for taking pictures while on the run because the colors seem bold and pair well with the phone’s colorful display.


On the Find X5 Pro, Oppo offers a stunning display. It is a 6.7-inch, 120Hz-capable LTPO2 OLED. The smooth 120Hz refresh rate is the default setting, but if you wish to slow it down to conserve battery life, there is also a 60Hz mode. However, we think the smooth refresh rate is great and would like to keep it on.

The peak brightness of HDR10+ is 1300 nits, which is significantly above normal, but Samsung’s S22 Ultra outshines it with 1,750 nits. HDR10+ is built-in. On this phone, we thought the brightness was excellent. With a resolution of 1440 x 3216, it has a pixel density of 525 per inch.

There is an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner underneath the display (the same technology Samsung uses in the S-series phones). It’s the simplest method, and we haven’t experienced any problems with this scanner. It would be difficult, in my opinion, to criticize Oppo’s technology in this instance given how much it has advanced in recent generations.


Although the Find X5 Pro has a useful camera configuration, it isn’t as adaptable as some of the rival devices. Some people could have a problem with the camera app because it can be a little fussy. A 50MP primary camera with an f/1.7 aperture is located on the back of the phone. In the accompanying gallery, you can see some samples of how it can capture amazing photos in daytime.

The main camera has OIS stabilization, an improvement above earlier Oppo handsets. When employing it, it results in photographs that are lot crisper and have less blur. This prevents you from moving while taking pictures without blur, but also makes it more difficult to blur your pictures when you’re standing still.


The Oppo Find X5 Pro’s overall picture quality is good, but its audio performance falls short due to a lack of dramatic expressiveness, a lack of rhythmic drive, and slightly mushy bass when using a variety of headphones (with the necessary third-party USB-C to 3.5mm adaptor). With little space between the enormous array of instruments, grand compositions like the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s performance of In The Hall Of The Mountain King sound uncomfortably close and claustrophobic.


Android 12 is preinstalled on the Find X5 Pro, although it is covered up by Oppo’s ColorOS 12. This is not how Android 12 was supposed to look; rather, it has a substantially altered appearance. When considering whether this is the right phone for you, you must take this into account. ColorOS isn’t something we mind too much, but it does take some getting used to. It isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, and that might be the reason you decide against buying an Oppo phone.

Although there are good personalization possibilities, they are not as useful as in pure Android. For instance, you can use wallpaper color selecting, which applies a portion of the shade of your wallpaper to the system settings. Menus, Quick Settings components, and more will change as a result. Don’t expect it to be present on every UI piece of the phone because it doesn’t operate in the same way as Material You on other Android 12 devices.


The Find X5 Pro’s battery life has been great in my experience; we rarely ended a full day with less than 20% of the battery remaining. This phone is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, which is probably why the battery life is so good. The Find X5 Pro will probably only survive for about two full days if you use the phone less frequently than I did.

Even after using the phone heavily for almost a month of testing, we consistently had around 20% of the battery left. The battery does noticeably degrade more quickly when you fiddle with the phone’s brightness. The larger battery is welcome, and the additional battery features are outstanding.


The Oppo Find X5 Pro normally costs £1049 / AU$1799 (about $1314, however, the Find X5 Pro isn’t officially available in the US) and has 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage. A 512GB version appears to be available in China, but there is no indication that it will be released in the UK or Australia. It’s important to note that there is no SD card expansion option available.


In most respects, Oppo’s Find X5 Pro is a reliable gadget. It has a ton of features, user-friendly software, and delivers a pleasing, if not astounding, visual performance. However, it’s ruined by an audio experience that the class leaders easily transcend.

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The overall image quality of the Oppo Find X5 Pro is good, but its audio performance is inferior due to lack of dramatic expressiveness, lack of rhythmic drive, and slightly muted bass when using different headphones.Oppo Find X5 Pro review