OPPO has launched its latest smartphone in its Find X Series, the Find X3 Pro. The flagship Android device is the first to feature a camera that can capture, process and display one billion colors with OPPO’s proprietary Full-path 10-bit Colour Management System. For comparison, most smartphone screens display 16.7 million colors. It also comes equipped with a Dual-flagship camera that can zoom in up to 60x for microscopic photography.
‘We have taken inspiration from the depths of the cosmos, from the future, and the past, to deliver OPPO Find X3 Pro, created to fit seamlessly in your life while opening it to new worlds. Every millimeter, inside and out, is designed to be powerful and flexible, immersive and always sparking beautiful emotions with Billion Colour brilliance,’ said OPPO’s President of Global Marketing, Lie Liu.
The Find X3 Pro is shaped by 2,000 control points, measures 8.26mm deep, and weighs 193 grams. An IP68 rating makes it water and dust-resistant. A 6.7-inch screen with a QHD+ (3216 x 1440) OLED display has a 525PPI pixel density, maximum brightness of 1300 nits, a 5,000,000:1 contrast ratio and a color accuracy rating of 0.4 JNCD.
A quad-camera system outfits the X3 Pro. Its wide and ultra-wide lenses featuring an IMX766 50MP sensor, and a 4cm macro focus distance, was co-created with Sony. Along with a 60x microlens capable of 60x magnification, 4K 10-bit video can be recorded in log format. A 32MP, F2.4 selfie camera is also included. OPPO updated their Watch, powered by Wear OS by Google, so it can trigger the smartphone’s camera shutter for smoother photos and footage.
A 4500mAh battery offers up day-long power. Users can charge up the smartphone to 40 percent battery life in an estimated 10 minutes and 100 percent in 80 minutes. Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 Mobile Platform, the Find X3 Pro supports Dual Mode 5G, SA and NSA networks for speedy performance in most places, 13 5G bands along with Dual-5G SIM cards.
Dolby Atmos-powered stereo speakers with Ambient Sound detection outfit the Find X3 Pro. Grammy and Academy award-winning composer Hans Zimmer was hired to create exclusive ringtones and notification sounds for the smartphone. OPPO also tapped Eddie Redmayne for a featured X3 Pro collaboration with National Geographic. He joins Joel Sartore, who will curate an Endangered Colour Campaign for his National Geographic Photo Ark organization.
More information about the Find X3 Pro can be found on OPPO’s website.