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Oppo Find X3 Pro Confirmed to Launch in March

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Leaked renders of the Oppo Find X3 Pro leave little to the Imagination. The first press renders of the upcoming Oppo Find X3 Pro have now leaked online, giving us a high-resolution look at the upcoming flagship.

OG leaker Evan Blass shared some seriously high-quality images of Oppo’s upcoming high-end smartphone over on his official Voice page with the device having an interesting take on the rear quadruple-camera setup. Blass states that these are official images of the upcoming device and is expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, 120Hz display, and improvements to the zoom capabilities seen on the X2 Pro.

Given just how impressive the Find X2 Pro was in early-2020, if the Find X3 series can make some improvements in just a few areas, it might be the smartphone to beat in 2021. Given that there are only three press renders of the Find X3 Pro to look over, there really isn’t much else we will likely need to see as the entire design is effectively laid bare.

There doesn’t appear to be a faux-leather option this time around, but this might be an option that comes further down the line. The camera “hump” looks to be more integrated into the rear panel rather than being “tacked” on and has room for four cutouts. Blass claims that the quadruple-camera setup will include a 25x microscope macro lens, and relies on two as-yet-unannounced Sony sensors. If Oppo can tweak the camera processing, then we’re sure it will be an excellent setup.

Oppo Find X3 Pro Specifications

The Oppo Find X3 Pro is seen having a curved display measuring 6.7-inches. This is a 1440p OLED screen with an adaptive refresh rate that ranges between 10Hz and 120Hz, which means the power consumption will be improved on the device. There is a punch-hole on the left side of the display, as well. The Find X3 Pro is going to have a 25X microscope macro lens with a light ring around it. This technology was leaked previously but now it seems certain. Two of the cameras could be Sony sensors: one of them may be the unannounced 50MP custom main sensor that Sony is making in collaboration with Oppo while the other one could be an ultrawide sensor. And finally, the third camera could be a zoom lens with maybe 2X or 3X optical zoom. The important thing to note here is that none of the cameras is a telephoto one, which is there on the Find X2 Pro.

Blass has further said that the Oppo Find X3 Pro will have wireless charging, along with support for fast wired charging. It is not clear if Oppo’s 125W ultrafast charging technology will finally materialize but expectations are rife that will happen. But in case this does not turn out true, Oppo’s Find X3 Pro will definitely have the 65W fast charging method. And most importantly, the Oppo Find X3 Pro will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, which is already confirmed by the company. What else is confirmed is the 10-bit DCI-P3 color system across the hardware components inside the Find X3 Pro, which will change the way colors are perceived on smartphones.

On Weibo, Oppo confirmed its Find X3 series is coming out in March but it did not provide a launch date. This announcement comes hours after renowned tipster Evan Blass leaked several images of the Find X3 Pro on the community sharing platform Voice. The images show the Find X3 Pro in its full glory, having four color variants, including a golden (or brown) colorway to tease Samsung that is also going to launch a brown Galaxy S21 at the Galaxy Unpacked event on January 14. But what is interesting to notice in these images is the camera design of the Find X3 Pro.


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