The first-quarter of the year is definitely a busy one for smartphone OEMs which are all jostling to launch their first flagship of the year. OPPO is of course not an exception as the company is now gearing up for the company’s next-generation Find X3 series launch event which will occur in the coming months.
Right now, courtesy of well-accredited leaker Evan Blass (via Voice), we’re able to have our first “official” look at the OPPO Find X3 Pro ahead of its actual unveiling. This time round, the new Find X3 Pro will be coming with a strikingly different rear design from its Find X2 Pro (Review) predecessor.
Based on the renders published, the upcoming Find X3 Pro has a pretty similar front design as the Find X2 Pro with the usual dual-curved, hole-punched display. According to him, the front display will measure 6.7-inches diagonally, bringing along a rich 1440 x 3216 pixels screen resolution and support for 10-bit color depth.
Over at the back, we’ll be greeted with a squarish camera island which kind of reminds us of the iPhone 12, though there are some obvious distinctions between them. Unlike its predecessor, the upcoming Find X3 Pro will be coming with an additional camera at the back which brings its total rear camera counts to four.
Its quad-camera setup at the back is expected to be lead by a pair of unannounced 50 megapixels Sony imaging sensors for its primary shooter and ultra-wide camera, as well as a 13 megapixels telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom and a 3 megapixels “microscope” macro camera.
Under the hood, the OPPO Find X3 Pro will no doubt be powered by the latest Snapdragon 888 chipset which will be present on the majority of the flagship phones launched this year. In fact, its benchmarking performance was allegedly spotted on both Geekbench and AnTuTu recently with impressive scores.
Strange enough, the Find X3 Pro is tipped to retain last year’s 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 flash charging which may be slightly disappointing since the company’s used to be leading in this aspect. Nonetheless, there seems to be a new wireless charging solution onboard which we certainly looks forward to.