Oppo will unveil its next premium phone, the Find X2, at an online event this Friday 6 March.
The event was originally scheduled to the take place ahead of the annual Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, but following the cancellation of the show, Oppo decided to postpone the announcement.
So, here's how to follow the event from afar as well as what you can expect.
When is Oppo's Find X2 event?
Oppo's event will start 09:20 GMT on 6 March. Here are the various local times around the globe:
- 01:20 San Francisco
- 04:20 New York
- 10:20 Berlin
- 12:20 Moscow
- 14.50 Mumbai
- 17:20 Beijing
- 18:20 Tokyo
- 20:20 Midnight Sydney
How to watch the Oppo Find X2 event
You can watch the livestream on Oppo's YouTube channel.
You can also follow the #OppoFindX2 hashtag on Twitter.
What to expect at the Oppo Find X2 launch
We're expecting a little more to launch than the Find X2 - rumours continue that Oppo will use the event to debut its upcoming square smartwatch. We have previously been treated to an official render of the device which takes some cues from the Apple Watch but features a flexible screen and curved design.
We believe it may have ECG functionality from the get-go as well as two buttons on the side. And we're expecting Oppo to use its own custom software rather than opting for Google's Wear OS.
The Find X2 will use Qualcomm's brand new Snapdragon 865 platform so could potentially be a 5G handset or have a 5G variant.
The phone is reported to have top-notch screen tech, too, with a 120Hz 3K display confirmed. And it'll have the 48 megapixel Sony IMX689 image sensor that we've seen elsewhere alongside ultra-wide and zoom lenses.