It’s the first: Oppo beat Samsung in a duel of high-end smartphones

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In a smartphone duel announced in late April, the Oppo Find X5 Pro hit the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra with a short head. That may be a detail for you, but a Chinese who defeats Samsung in an advanced duel is pretty much rare.

Oppo Find X5 Pro


Oppo Find X5 Pro
5 stars by LesNumériques.com

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Editor's rating: 5 out of 5

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    629.00

  • eBayeBay

    951.04

  • Asgoodasnew.comAsgoodasnew.com

    1,019.00

  • Used Cdiscount MarketplaceUsed Cdiscount Marketplace

    1,036.00

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,264.00

  • AmazonAmazon

    1,299.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,299.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,299.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,299.00

  • Shopping streetShopping street

    1,299.00

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,299.00

  • UbaldiUbaldi

    1,299.00

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,299.00

  • E. Leclerc - High-TechE. Leclerc – High-Tech

    1,303.90

  • CrabatCrabat

    1,303.99

  • PhoxPhox

    1,305.80

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,306.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,307.90

  • SFRSFR

    1,309.00

  • eBayeBay

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  • Topbiz.frTopbiz.fr

    1,350.23

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra


Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
5 stars by LesNumériques.com

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Editor's rating: 5 out of 5

Rating: 4 out of 5

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  • All
  • 128 GB
  • 256 GB
  • 512 GB
  • All
  • 128 GB
  • 256 GB
  • 512 GB
  • RakutenRakuten

    1,077.70

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,134.99

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,229.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,259.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,259.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,259.00

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,259.00

  • SamsungSamsung

    1,259.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,266.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,267.90

  • PhoxPhox

    1,364.90

  • CrabatCrabat

    1,463.99

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,498.57

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,077.70

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,134.99

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,229.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,259.00

  • baker.combaker.com

    1,259.00

  • Darty.comDarty.com

    1,259.00

  • SamsungSamsung

    1,259.00

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,259.00

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,266.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,267.90

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,498.57

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,096.99

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,264.00

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,286.99

  • RED by SFRRED by SFR

    1,359.00

  • PhoxPhox

    1,364.90

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,366.90

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,367.90

  • Darty MarketplaceDarty Marketplace

    1,296.99

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,307.00

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,414.00

  • CrabatCrabat

    1,463.99

  • Materiel.netMateriel.net

    1,466.89

  • LDLCLDLC

    1,467.89

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    2,678.00

This is how the price table works

Chinese smartphones, often perceived as more neglected than well-established brands in the market, are revolting. For the first time, one of them has cropped Samsung, which has long been considered one of the leaders in the industry. Of course, the South Korean brand’s Galaxy S22 Ultra has nothing to be ashamed of for its performance, but it was Oppo and its Find X5 Pro that emerged victorious from our duel, which was announced in late April.

Oppo better in pictures and performance

It must be said that Oppo, like other Chinese brands, has long looked far beyond the dial discount which he focused on a few years ago and now plays in the major leagues. Its Find X5 Pro is very clearly aimed at the high end. In the sub-results of our test, it beats the S22 Ultra on two crucial points: performance – though Samsung and Oppo pretty much disappointed us at this point – and photography.

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The Chinese smartphone delivers an average frame rate that is significantly higher than its South Korean counterpart (61 vs. 31 fps) and heats up much less, especially in video games. On the photo side, the three modules in the Find X5 Pro offer a more satisfactory level of detail, although the exposure is a bit better at Samsung. More generally, the Oppo model has better ergonomics, especially due to its lower weight (218 g versus 228 g). In short, the duel is close, but it is indeed Find X5 Pro that is doing well, and it is rarely enough to be reported!

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