Oppo details what makes the Find X5 Pro's screen special
As you know, there are currently two main screen technologies in the market, and IPS panels have mostly lost traction in favor of OLED, especially in the high end.
But not all OLEDs are created alike—yes, they all have inky blacks, thanks to the way pixels work, but other than that, one OLED doesn't necessarily equal the next in quality.
Oppo knows this for sure, which is why it chose to equip its latest flagship smartphone, the Find X5 Pro, with a very high-quality OLED panel for its stable-something-but-affordable price point. Very suitable.
We have the numbers in our specs pages but they only tell half the story – of course, this is a 120Hz panel with a 1440x3216 resolution, so it's got the most mainstream refresh rate and one of the highest resolutions around.
The panel is capable of showing 100% DCI-P3 color space, which is much wider than the previous standard, sRGB.
Careful calibration ensures the target is hit very accurately, as our lab tests can confirm.
The Find X5 Pro features multi-point color calibration, so its screen isn't just made to look its best at a specific brightness level, but can adapt to all conditions and still deliver excellent quality.
Speaking of brightness, there's also a lot to it, as I was able to test it in real-world conditions during a trip to Paris last month.
There are 12 scaling modes for brightness change, each of which changes the rate at which the display power changes based on the current level.
It also supports HDR10+, as well as HDR upscaling for non-HDR content if you're into it.