The screen of the Oppo Find X2 is nice. It is large and high definition. The screen is also touch sensitive and has an innovative feature in that the screen does not use the front of the phone. Instead, the screen is in the middle of the phone.
The phone fits well in your hand and feels very lightweight. There is a dedicated navigation button on the phone to navigate to your favourite website, and the edge on the top of the phone acts as a home button. This makes it much easier to find your home screen, and you do not need to pull down on the phone to get back to the home screen.
There are three primary buttons on the side of the phone, one for the volume control, one for the power button, and one for the screen. The volume control is quite good and can adjust the volume from medium to max. The power button is somewhat small and difficult to press, but it is functional. The reverse of this is true for the home button. If you use the phone frequently, then this button will need to be changed to something larger.
The phone has a few problems with its screens issues. The screen constantly freezes up, which means it would not turn on or would freeze while the phone was being used. Many users have reported this problem.
The phone tends to leave the screens as charged up as it gets halfway through a charge times. You have to remember that this phone has a touch screen, so the software to charge the batteries will be different from other phones. It is easy to overcharge the batteries, but you can do this by just using the phone. With the battery optimizer software, you can keep the phone from charging to full.
The software is available free from many companies, and it will keep your phone from making unnecessary calls. The software can stop any caller from using the camera, and it is quite interesting. In the future, this software could help if you had a run in with someone who did not like you or thought you were rude.
The iPhone seems to have been popular among mobile phones, because this phone has so many features. First off, the phone is very small. The screen is large and bright, and it is very fast. There is a good amount of storage space, too.
The sound on the phone is crisp and clear, and the camera and speakers all seem to work pretty well. The photo quality is really good and there is plenty of room for all the pictures to take. The phone does have a bit of lag, but it is not a major problem.
The screen on the iPhone looks to be a bit better than the screen on the Nokia. The software and company that provide the software for the iPhone is also different from the Nokia. If you are not a fan of Apple, the iPad seems to be a better choice.