Back at mediatek's launch event last year, OPPO announced that the Find X series would feature a flagship Breguet 9000 chip.
According to the latest news from blogger @Leon,The OPPO Find X5 Pro PhEC9000 version, model PFFM20, has been approved by radio and is now ready for release.
According to previous Revelations, this release of OPPO Find X5 will have three models,Qualcomm's small Find X5 and large Find X5 Pro are powered by snapdragon 888 and new Snapdragon 8 processors, respectively.
The Find X5 Pro comes in two versions, powered by the new Snapdragon 8 and Breguet 9000 chips, and will be the first flagship phone with dual 4nm chips that can meet the needs of different users.
Breguet 9000 adopts TSMC's 4nm process, uses the new-generation Armv9 architecture, and has one superlarge core (Cortex-X2@3.05GHz), three large cores (Cortex-A710@2.85GHz), and four energy efficient cores (Cortex-A510@1.8GHz) built into the CPU. 8MB L3 cache +6MB SLC.
On paper, the gap between the new Snapdragon 8 and the Phecda 9000 chip is very small, but hopefully the PhecDA 9000 will offer a better experience because of TSMC's more stable process.
It's worth noting that in addition to these two flagship soCs,The Find X5 is also likely to be powered by OPPO's own mariana MariSilicon X.
This is the world's first NPU chip dedicated to 6nm imaging, using self-developed AI computing unit, with the highest 18 TOPS AI computing power and energy efficiency ratio of 11.6 TOPS/W.
MariSilicon X integrates OPPO's proprietary, industry-leading MariLumi image processing units to support up to 20bit image processing and Ultra HDR ultra-dynamic range, with a picture light ratio of up to 1000000/1, four times the performance of today's top platforms.
From the perspective of parameters, THE NPU level of OPPO's self-developed chip has exceeded that of A15, which should be able to bring very top shooting support.