Oppo Find X5 Lite test: a youngest who succeeds without overdoing it

Oppo has chosen a triple rear photo module including a 64 megapixel wide-angle module (f / 1.7 optics), an ultra wide-angle (8 megapixels, f / 2.2) and a macro module of 2 MP (f/2.4).

A configuration similar to that of the Reno 6, but which however behaves a little better on our test scene. Here we have opposed it to the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G, one of its most recent main competitors, which also has a main sensor of 64 Mpx.

Module grand-angle : 16 Mpx, f/1,7, eq. 25 mm

Oppo still uses the technique of pixel-binning, which consists of grouping four photosites into one to obtain more light. By default, the smartphone captures snapshots in 16 megapixels, but it is possible to exploit its full definition of 64 megapixels to obtain theoretically more detailed images.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (16 Mpx, f/1,8, eq. 26 mm, ISO 50, 1/50 s)
Oppo Find X5 Lite (16 Mpx, f/1,7 eq. 25 mm, ISO 230, 1/50 s)

The two smartphones are really convincing during the day, despite a very different rendering. The general colorimetry of the Oppo Find X5 Lite is more respectful and the shot seems much more natural. The Galaxy A53 photo is overexposed and the colors are saturated. The processing carried out by Samsung accentuates the micro-contrasts, which gives the impression of a tingling of details. Both photos are very sharp, the sharpness is good, but Oppo’s smartphone does a little better on the periphery of the image.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (16 Mpx, f/1,8, eq. 26 mm, ISO 1000, 1/10 s)
Oppo Find X5 Lite (16 Mpx, f/1,7 eq. 25 mm, ISO 6902, 1/10 s)

In the dark, the Find X5 Lite forces on the contrast to remain easily readable despite the low exposure. The Galaxy A53 opts for the reverse formula and applies a much more pronounced smoothing. The level of detail inevitably drops, and the image lacks a bit of relief. On the other hand, the exposure is better and the colors are a little more vivid.

Mode 64 Mpx

It is possible to force full definition in the settings. As usual, we isolated an area of ​​the same size (0.90 Mpx) on each of the shots. You can see the difference in definition.

Mode 64 Mpx
Oppo Find X5 Lite (16 Mpx, f/1,7 eq. 25 mm, ISO 230, 1/50 s)

Mode 64 Mpx
Oppo Find X5 Lite (16 Mpx, f/1,7 eq. 25 mm, ISO 6902, 1/10 s)

Where the Galaxy A53 offered a finer rendering, we see here that the gain is not significant. It will therefore be possible to easily crop your photo, but the interest seems low.

Module ultra grand-angle : 8 Mpx, f/2,2, 120˚, eq. 15 mm

Mid-range smartphones still show difficulties in the perilous exercise of ultra wide-angle. If the Find X5 Lite does well on its main sensor, the Galaxy A53 5G is more comfortable here. It should be noted, however, that it has a more defined sensor of 12 Mpx (against 8 Mpx for the Oppo).

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (12 Mpx, f/2,2, ISO 150, 1/50 s)
Oppo Find X5 Lite (8 Mpx, f/2,2, eq.15 mm, ISO 288, 1/100 s)

On a bright scene, the Find X5 Lite has trouble standing up to its vis-à-vis. Admittedly, the shot of the Galaxy A53 5G seems overexposed, but it nevertheless offers a much more natural rendering. The whole is much clearer, as can be seen on the color charts. On the Oppo, the contrast is strongly accentuated, the scene remains readable, but information is lost. The Samsung mobile has our preference.

Samsung Galaxy A53 5G (12 Mpx, f/2,2, ISO 1000, 1/8 s)
Oppo Find X5 Lite (8 Mpx, f/2,2, eq.15 mm, ISO 7812, 1/20 s)

In the dark, there is no debate either. The photograph of the Find X5 Lite is barely usable, while that of the Galaxy A53 remains well readable despite the digital noise. Without doing wonders, the Samsung sensor offers a much better rendering.

Front and video module

A 32 Mpx sensor whose lens opens at f / 24 is housed at the front. It delivers nice selfies when the exposure is enough. The sharpness is good, even if there are still difficulties in managing the highlights. It’s more complicated at night, where the level of detail and sharpness inevitably drop.

On the back, the smartphone is capable of filming in 4K at 30 fps and in Full HD up to 60 fps. The rendering is very correct, even if we would have liked to benefit from the excellent stabilization of the Find X5 and Find X5 Pro. Even though it’s nowhere near the level of those two, it’s still capable of capturing quite decent video.

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