On Thursday (11), Chinese giant Oppo announced its latest mobile phone, the Find X3 Pro, in a digital presentation. Known as the “billion-color cell phone,” the top of the line features a display with support for 10-bit color, a Snadragon 888 processor and a robust set of cameras – easily stealing the show at launch.
That’s because in addition to the main sensor and ultra-open angle, which is already traditional in the mobile phone market, the Find X3 Pro also has a ‘microscope’ camera that can take a native approach up to 30 times! Despite having only 3 MP of resolution, this sensor is capable of capturing clear images at a minimal distance scale – even with its own “ring light” to illuminate its targets.
On the other hand, both other sensors of the main cameras leave nothing to be desired as they are line tops of the same model, the Sony IMX766 with a resolution of 50 MP. With great technical performance, the quality of your photos gets even better with support for 10-bit color.
There is also a fourth sensor on the back that focuses on photos with better depth. However, according to the Engadget website, the performance was poor due to the hybrid zoom application, which removes some of the detail in the images.
The images are presented on a 6.7 “LTPO AMOLED display with QHD + resolution, with 3216 x 1440 pixels – in addition to the previously mentioned 10-bit color support. The set is powered by the 4,500 mAh battery with support for fast charging. 65 W, allowing a 40% charge in just 10 minutes.
Rugged and with a premium configuration, Oppo’s Find X3 Pro is a very capable phone. However, given the launch of the company’s latest line tops, it is unlikely to have high availability in the global market. The official UK price is £ 1,099, roughly R $ 7340, in direct conversion. There is no prediction of arrival in Brazil yet.