All four OPPO Find X7 Pro camera sensors have just been revealed. Now, when we say all four, we mean all four rear-facing ones, as the front-facing camera is still a mystery. Most people are interested in the rear ones, though.

This information comes from Digital Chat Station, one of the most prominent Chinese tipsters. He went to Weibo in order to reveal the information, and you won’t be disappointed.

The OPPO Find X6 Pro offered an outstanding camera setup. Many people hailed OPPO for that, as it was not only immensely powerful as a whole, but very well-balanced.

The OPPO Find X7 Pro camera sensors get detailed

The OPPO Find X7 Pro will have a 50-megapixel main camera. It will utilize the Sony LYT-900 camera sensor. That is the most powerful camera sensor from Sony’s new LYTIA lineup. The OnePlus 12 will, for example, utilize the Sony LYT-808 sensor.

In addition to that, a 50-megapixel ultrawide camera will be utilized, Sony’s IMX890 sensor. That is actually the same camera sensor that OPPO used for the ultrawide camera on the OPPO Find X6 Pro.

Two 50-megapixel telephoto cameras will also be in use, one of them will be a periscope telephoto unit. One will utilize Sony’s IMX890 sensor, and that one will offer a 2.7x optical zoom. The other will use the Sony IMX858 sensor, and that one will offer 6x optical zoom.

So, on paper, the OPPO Find X7 Pro cameras look outstanding. Let’s hope that the phone will be able to provide great camera performance too, like its predecessor.

The expectations are high for the Sony LYT-900, and the OPPO Find X7 Pro

We’ve seen the Sony LYT-T808 in action. That is a version of the Sony LYT-808 for foldable smartphones. It proved to be quite a compelling camera sensor, and the Sony LYT-900 is supposed to be even better. So… the expectations are high, to say the least.

Let’s just hope that OPPO will launch its flagship globally this time around. The OPPO Find X6 Pro was available only in China, unfortunately.

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