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Oppo Find X5 Battery test

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We put the Oppo Find X5 through our rigorous DXOMARK Battery test suite to measure its performance in autonomy, charging, and efficiency. In these test results, we will break down how it fared in a variety of tests and several common use cases.

Overview

Key specifications:

  • Battery capacity: 4800 mAh
  • 80W charger (included)
  • 6.5-inch, 1080 x 2400, 120 Hz, OLED display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 (5 nm)
  • Tested ROM / RAM combination: 256 GB + 8 GB
Oppo Find X5
71
battery
55

104

55

96

57

100

101

118

90

111

76

95

61

121

Charging Time
2 days
Battery life
Charging Time
0h25
80% Charging time
Charging Time
0h45
Full charging time

Pros

  • Fast charging, reaching 80% in 25 minutes and the full charge in 45 minutes
  • Quick boosts provide about 6 hours of additional autonomy
  • Low discharge current when playing video and gaming

Cons

  • Poor performance during our on-the-go tests, especially when using social apps
  • Very low autonomy when streaming music over 4G
  • High residual consumption when the smartphone is fully charged and still on the wireless stand

With a fast 80W charger, the Oppo Find X5 battery performance reached a global score of 71, which places it fairly in the middle of database.
It offered a decent charging experience, reaching 80% in only 25 minutes and providing high additional autonomy when charging for 5 minutes. The wireless charging experience was also good, charging 22 minutes faster than the other wireless-charging phones in our database.

Although the device provided 2 days of autonomy, an average showing overall, the Find X5’s particularly weak areas were its low autonomy during on-the-go tests and its high discharge current when streaming music.

For a device in the Ultra-premium segment, the Oppo Find X5’s strongest performance was in charging, which provided an autonomy that was slightly above average in its segment, despite a poor showing in on-the-go results.

Test Summary

About DXOMARK Battery tests: For scoring and analysis in our smartphone battery reviews, DXOMARK engineers perform a variety of objective tests over a week-long period both indoors and outdoors. (See our introductory and how we test articles for more details about our smartphone Battery protocol.)

The following section gathers key elements of our exhaustive tests and analyses performed in DXOMARK laboratories. Detailed performance evaluations under the form of reports are available upon request. Do not hesitate to contact us.

Battery Charger Wireless Display Processor
Oppo Find X5 4800mAh 80W
(not included)
30W OLED
1080 x 2400
Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G
Xiaomi 12 Pro 4600mAh 120W
(not included)
50W LTPO AMOLED
1440 x 3200
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (Snapdragon) 5000mAh 45W
(not included)
15W AMOLED 2X
1440 x 3088
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
Apple iPhone 13 Pro 3095mAh 20W
(not included)
15W OLED
1170 x 2532
Apple A15 Bionic

Autonomy

53

Oppo Find X5

98

Wiko Power U30
How Autonomy score is composed

Autonomy score is composed of three performance sub-scores: Stationary, On the go, and Calibrated use cases. Each sub-score comprises the results of a comprehensive range of tests for measuring autonomy in all kinds of real-life scenarios.

Light Usage
67h
Light Usage
Active: 2h30/day
Moderate Usage
48h
Moderate Usage
Active: 4h/day
Intense Usage
30h
Intense Usage
Active: 7h/day

Stationary

55

Oppo Find X5

104

Vivo Y72 5G

A robot housed in a Faraday cage performs a set of touch-based user actions during what we call our “typical usage scenario” (TUS) — making calls, video streaming, etc. — 4 hours of active use over the course of a 16-hour period, plus 8 hours of “sleep.” The robot repeats this set of actions every day until the device runs out of power.

Typical Usage Scenario discharge curves

On the go

55

Oppo Find X5

96

Samsung Galaxy M51

Using a smartphone on the go takes a toll on autonomy because of extra “hidden” demands, such as the continuous signaling associated with cellphone network selection, for example. DXOMARK Battery experts take the phone outdoors and perform a precisely defined set of activities while following the same three-hour travel itinerary (walking, taking the bus, the subway…) for each device

Estimated autonomy for on the go use cases (full charge)

Calibrated

57

Oppo Find X5

100

Samsung Galaxy M51

For this series of tests, the smartphone returns to the Faraday cage and our robots repeatedly perform actions linked to one specific use case (such as gaming, video streaming, etc.) at a time. Starting from an 80% charge, all devices are tested until they have expended at least 5% of their battery power.

Estimated autonomy for calibrated use cases (full charge)

Charging

99

Oppo Find X5

121

Realme GT Neo 3
How Charging score is composed

Charging is fully part of the overall battery experience. In some situations where autonomy is at a minimum, knowing how fast you can charge becomes a concern. The DXOMARK Battery charging score is composed of two sub-scores, (1) Full charge and (2) Quick boost.

Wired
Wired
91%
in 30 min
0h25
0 - 80%
0h45
Full charge
Wireless
Wireless
38%
in 30 min
1h07
0 - 80%
1h48
Full charge

Full charge

101

Oppo Find X5

118

Realme GT Neo 3

Full charge tests assess the reliability of the battery power gauge; measure how long and how much power the battery takes to charge from zero to 80% capacity, from 80 to 100% as shown by the UI, and until an actual full charge.

Two charts here below illustrate the full charge performance of the smartphone: (1) The charging curves, in wired and wireless (if available) showing the evolution of the battery level indicator as well as the power consumption in watts during the stages of charging toward full capacity.
(2) The time to full charge chart breaks down the necessary time to reach 80%, 100% and full charge.

Power consumption and battery level during full charge
Power consumption and battery level during wireless full charge

The charging curves, in wired and wireless (if available) showing the evolution of the battery level indicator as well as the power consumption in watts during the stages of charging toward full capacity.

Time to full charge
Time to full charge

The time to full charge chart breaks down the necessary time to reach 80%, 100% and full charge.

Quick boost

90

Oppo Find X5

111

Realme GT Neo 3

With the phone at different charge levels (20%, 40%, 60%, 80%), Quick boost tests measure the amount of charge the battery receives after being plugged in for 5 minutes. The chart here compares the average autonomy gain from a quick 5-minute charge.

Average autonomy gain for a 5 minute charge

Efficiency

63

Oppo Find X5

102

Apple iPhone 13 Pro
How Efficiency score is composed

The DXOMARK power efficiency score consists of two sub-scores, Charge up and Discharge rate, both of which combine data obtained during robot-based typical usage scenario, calibrated tests and charging evaluation, taking into consideration the device’s battery capacity. DXOMARK calculate the annual power consumption of the product, shown on below graph, which is representative of the overall efficiency during a charge and when in use.

Annual Consumption Oppo Find X5
5.2 kWh
Efficient
Good
Bad
Inefficient

Charge up

76

Oppo Find X5

95

Xiaomi 12 Pro

The charge up sub-score is a combination of four factors: the overall efficiency of a full charge, related to how much energy you need to fill up the battery compared to the energy that the battery can provide; the efficiency of the travel adapter when it comes to transferring power from an outlet to your phone; the residual consumption when your phone is fully charged and still plugged into the charger; and the residual consumption of the charger itself, when the smartphone is disconnected from it. The chart here below shows the overall efficiency of a full charge in %.

Overall charge efficiency

Discharge

61

Oppo Find X5

121

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

The discharge subscore rates the speed of a battery’s discharge during a test, which is independent of the battery’s capacity. It is the ratio of a battery’s capacity divided by its autonomy. A small-capacity battery could have the same autonomy as a large-capacity battery, indicating that the device is well-optimized, with a low discharge rate.

Average discharge current

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