{Disarmed} Oppo Find X2 Pro firmware update available [CPH2025_11_C.72]

Oppo Find X2 Pro Lamborghini Edition

The Oppo Find X2 Pro is back on the line and has now received another security update. The update is called CPH2025_11_C.72 and the latest September 2021 patch for last year's flagship on board.

Oppo is also bringing its flagship Find X2 Pro back up to date. With the September 2021 update, you are really up to date again. Users of the model now get the 559 MB update displayed on their smartphone.

Besides the new security patch, there is nothing new for the model this time. At least not according to the changelog. If you still notice something, just write in the comments!

The Oppo Find X2 Pro Update CPH2025_11_C.72 will also be distributed to users in waves, so some of you will probably have to be patient a little longer.

Thanks Leon for the tip!

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