Evan Blass strikes again. This famous leaker just unveiled the renderings – which he claims ” officials – from the next spearhead of Chinese Oppo, the Find X3 Pro.
A device with finesse, available in several colors and lined with camera modules on the back. The latter also seem particularly well integrated into the whole, without unsightly outgrowth.
The Find X3 Pro would, logically, be the perfect replacement for the Find X2 Pro, an excellent smartphone which lacked only a few things to establish itself as a benchmark of the genre.
The Oppo Find X3 Pro would be expected for spring, around the end of March, early April. It could be launched at the same time as two other devices, the X3 Neo and X3 Lite.
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Lots of camera modules, an SD 888 and 120 Hz AMOLED
If we trust the visuals, there would be a flash, one or two main camera modules for better digital zoom / macro performance (25x announced by Blass), a third wide-angle oriented and, finally, a sensor that could serve as a depth gauge or officer as a laser sight.
We also note that Oppo would follow the current trend by implanting a microphone in the heart of the photo unit, so that the sound recording is of better quality when recording a video or when holding the device at arm’s length. , camera unit facing you, for better image quality than with the front imaging module. Moreover, the latter would be at the top left of the screen, crimped in a hole specially cut for him.
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According to Evan Blass, the 6.7-inch screen would be AMOLED type and refreshed at 120 Hz. In the shell, a Snapdragon 888 processor would be at the controls, the most powerful of the Qualcomm team to date, equipped a component dedicated to cutting-edge imaging. A chip that we can expect to find in many smartphones to be released this year, by the way.
To support it, we can legitimately assume that Oppo would integrate a minimum of 6 to 8 GB of RAM. The storage could range from 128 to 512 GB, the capacities most common on today’s high-end devices.
Sources : Voice via 9to5Google
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