Oppo is a major player in major non-US markets for a reason, and the Find X2 Pro is its most convincing device yet. This would absolutely be my main phone if I could stick it on a Qi pad, and it feels worthy of its €1,099 ($1,180) price. That makes it a direct challenger to the Galaxy S20 Plus, which doesn’t have a periscope telephoto camera. (For that, you’d have to step up to the €1,349 / $1,399 S20 Ultra.)
The comparison with the OnePlus 8 Pro in Europe is slightly less flattering. That phone starts at €919 ($995), although the base model has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while the Find X2 Pro is only available in a 12GB / 512GB configuration. The OnePlus 8 Pro doesn’t have a periscope telephoto camera, either. But it does have wireless charging.
I don’t mean to harp on about wireless charging too much because I know a lot of people don’t care. It’s just that it really is my only significant criticism of the Find X2 Pro. This is a phone that’s as premium and performant as anything else out there in the world, and I think it’s only a matter of time before Oppo gets more widespread brand recognition.