Oppo Find X3 Pro Renders Are Out, Looking Predictable

A few weeks ago when Oppo unveiled the Oppo X 2021 rollable phone they also dropped some hints about the 2021 flagship. Oppo Find X3 Pro is said flagship and today we get to see one of its first set of renders. The Find X series has always been about innovation and inaugurating technologies, be they sliding parts or 120 Hz Quad HD screens and 65W charging. Now let’s see what the Oppo Find X3 Pro brings.

Behind all those watermarks you can see a device that’s curved on the sides both on the front and the back. The handset is rather long and pretty narrow compared to other current flagships. I see that the punch hole selfie camera is not gone, in spite of the rumors saying it was going to be placed under the screen. The renders have been posted by @TheLeaks3 and show us that the only major change is the back camera design. Instead of the typical vertical module approach we get to see a square module, similar to the Xiaomi Mi 11 one.

We see 4 back camera sensors and one of them is highlighted with silver rings around it. The bezels are also not particularly slim compared to that we’ve seen on the market lately. We’re clearly dealing with a smartphone that’s made of glass and metal and could even offer us a special material at the back in a Lamborghini Edition. Ceramic? Electrochromatic glass? Leather? We’ll see. We also have some leaked specs, like a 6.7 inch curved OLED display with 1440p resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate.

There’s a Snapdragon 888 processor here and the back camera is said to include two 50 MP Sony IMX766 cameras, one of which is the primary and the other is the ultrawide shooter. We also have a 13 MP telephoto camera with 5X or 10X optical zoom and a 3 MP Macro camera. A 4500 mAh battery is also said to be here, plus a 65W fast charging and 30W wireless charging. It runs on Android 11 and ColorOS 11, but I can’t quite see a selling point just yet. This is definitely inferior to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra.

via Gizmochina / TheLeaks3

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