OPPO today launched the new Find X3 Pro in China.
Said to be a phone that sets new standards in smartphone excellence due to its industry-leading display, and its Full-path 10-bit Colour Management System and dual True Billion Colour Display.
This makes it the world’s first Android phone to capture, process and display one-billion colour images.
Specifications of the OPPO Fins X3 Pro
The specifications of the OPPO Find X3 Pro are as follows:
- CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Mobile Platform (SM8350)
- CPU Speed: 1 x 2.842 GHz/ 3 x 2.419 GHz/ 4 x 1.786 GHz
- GPU Model: Adreno™ 660
- Camera: 50MP (Wide) with OIS, All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF, 50MP (Ultra-wide) with Native 110.3° Field of View, All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF, 13MP (Telephoto) with 5x hybrid optical zoom, 20x digital zoom, 3MP (Microlens) with 60x magnification, FHD Video Recording
- Biometrics: Fingerprint Unlock and Face Recognition Unlock
- Connectivity: Supports dual SIM: eSIM + Nano SIM
- 12GB RAM + 256GB ROM
- Battery: 2200 mAh/17.02 Wh (min) 2250 mAh/17.41 Wh (typ)
- Operating System: ColorOS 11.2 based on Android 11
- Size: 163.6mm X 74.0mm X 8.26mm
- Weight: 193g
Highlights of the phone
Among the highlights of the new smartphone are:
- The a true Billion Colour QHD+ (3216 x 1440) OLED display makes the phon’s expansive 6.7-inch screen gives out breathtaking visuals.
- It’s powered by the new Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 888 processor
- Two of its rear camera lens is made from the IMX766 50MP sensor, which is co-engineered with Sony.
- It comes with a large 4500mAh battery which comes with SuperVOOC 2.0 flash charging. They claim you can get 40 per cent power in just 10 minutes.
Availability of the OPPO Find X3 Pro
The OPPO Find X3 Pro will ship from 30 March and will be priced at £1,099 in black or blue. That’s over RM6,000.
The older Find X2 Pro was about RM4,599 which is probably a better estimate of the phone price when it finally arrives here.
If you can’t wait for the phone, I am quite certain that you can find it earlier in online stores in Malaysia.