Oppo Find X3 Pro Certified: Snapdragon 888+2K/120Hz Top Screen

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Oppo Find X series, as the top flagship product of the Oppo brand, has always attracted the attention of users.Now, a new generation of Oppo Find X3 series is coming.

The Oppo Find X3 Pro has now been certified by the FCC, according to prominent source @DigitalChat.

According to the certification information, Oppo Find X3 Pro will be equipped with Snapdragon 888 processor, built-in 4500mAh dual-cell solution, supporting 65W wired fast charging, and it will also introduce high-power wireless fast charging, to make up for the previous generation of the regret.

Oppo Find X3 Pro will also continue with its previous high-spec display, featuring a 2K+120Hz Samsung OLED display and Samsung’s adaptive refresh rate scheme, which provides a smooth screen experience while significantly reducing the power performance of high-brush, high-resolution screens.

In the past, the Find X2 Pro has been praised for its impressive 3K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling rate, contrast ratio of 5 million to 1 and peak brightness of 800 nits.

Oppo Find X3 Pro is set to go one step further with Samsung’s new E4 luminescent material, which will once again increase the screen brightness to an unprecedented 1,500nits, while also providing better color accuracy, contrast and visual enhancement.

In addition, the Find X3 Pro will feature a new dual primary camera solution with Sony’s customized IMX7XX sensor, as well as an initial full-link color management system.

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As previously reported by @DigitalChatter.com, Oppo Find X3 will also feature an Off-Light lens module and a ring flash around the lens. It will have a higher lens magnificence than existing phones, and can capture even the pixels on the screen, making it as good as a microscope.

Oppo has previously announced that the Find X3 series will debut in March, so look forward to it.

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