There have been countless rumors recently about what the future holds Oppo Find X3 Pro. At this point, the images focus on the distinctive cover of the rear camera. Evan Plass, who is well known for sharing what appears to be the official images of the Find X3 Pro, shares both the phone’s camera and its overall design very well.
The Oppo device uses two Sony IMX766 camera sensors that are unannounced for standard and ultra-white shooters, along with a 3MP25X macro camera with flash, which acts as a “microscope” on the device, Plas said. Renders show that there will be a 13MP 2x telephoto lens. We hope the Oppo will deliver solid hybrid zoom results, just as it did with the Find X2 Pro 5X Periscope lens last year.
Rumor has it that Sony will add two 50MP sensors for still and ultra-wide photos and a 13MP camera for 2X telephoto images. However, the hub is considered to be a 3MP macro “microscope” camera (mostly a small sensor in the lower left corner).
The Find X3 Pro is expected to have a 6.7-inch, 120Hz display with variable frame rate, while Oppo’s Super Vok 2.0 and Vok Air will provide faster wired and wireless charging, respectively. Performance will not be an issue for the Snapdragon 888 chip.
Oppo’s release date for the Find X3 Pro may be late March or early April, with Renault 5’s Find X3 Neo and Lite rebates.