The Find X2 and Find X2 Pro are flagships through and through (5G, 120Hz displays, 65W charging, and oodles of camera lenses), and are priced to match at £899 and £1,099 respectively.
That’s a tough sell for any brand - let alone one still earning its reputation in the UK market, which is why even though we called the Pro model “almost perfect” in our review, we worry it might struggle to win over customers. It is probably the best phone around at that price though.
Pre-order the Find X2 Pro:
The Neo and Lite - not previously announced for the UK - could be bigger draws. The £599 Find X2 Neo boasts a 6.55in 90Hz refresh rate display, 12GB RAM, 256GB storage, and at 7.7mm thin is apparently the world’s thinnest 5G phone, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765G processor.
Pre-order the Find X2 Neo:
Meanwhile the Find X2 Lite is just £399 - not bad for a 5G phone. The 60Hz 6.4in AMOLED screen is a little smaller, and uses a notch rather than a punch-hole, but it still packs a 765G processor, 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, along with the same 30W fast charging as the Neo and a similar quad camera setup.
Pre-order the Find X2 Lite:
Pre-order any of the four phones and you’ll get some free audio gear thrown in too. The two flagship models come with the B&O H8i headphones, the Neo is paired with the Beoplay A1 portable speaker, and the Lite comes with Oppo’s own Enco Free true wireless buds - which are decent value at £119, but didn’t impress on audio or comfort when we reviewed them.