OPPO originally confirmed in late 2020 that it will launch its Snapdragon 888-equipped Find X3 flagship sometime this year. Since then, several rumours of the phone’s specifications began to surface but its design continued to remain as a mystery. That is, until now.
Evan Blass (aka EvLeaks) recently shared a series of photos through Voice, which he claims to be the official press renders of the upcoming OPPO Find X3 Pro. Not only we get to see the phone’s overall look, the images also reveals OPPO’s new design language used for its new flagship.
Instead of the usual rectangle glass housing, the Find X3 Pro features a new square “hump” approach for its quad-camera setup. Additionally, it also appears that OPPO has taken some inspiration from Apple in terms of camera arrangement by ditching the typical single column, 2×2 and L-shaped positioning found on most Android smartphones.
Meanwhile, the front of the upcoming smartphone is seen to feature a curved display with a tiny punch-hole selfie camera cutout on its top left corner. Blass says that the screen is measured at 6.7-inches with 1440p resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.
As for its rear cameras, earlier rumours suggests that the OPPO Find X3 Pro may feature dual 50MP Sony sensors, a 13MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom capability, and also a unique 25x zoom “microscope” macro lens. Its battery is said to be a dual-cell 4,500mAh battery that comes with 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 fast charging support.
The leakster added that OPPO is expected to launch the upcoming Find X3 Pro in late March or early April this year. He also added that released alongside the phone around that time is a mysterious Find X3 Neo model, and as an exclusive for western markets is a Find X3 Lite – which is believed to be a rebranded OPPO Reno5.
(Source: Evan Blass [Voice])