Oppo’s official Twitter feed is warming up for new Oppo Find X3 series.
Oppo has announced that Oppo Find X3 series will be available as an Android 10bit full-link color management system.
Compared to the iPhone, Android camp has been lacking in color management for years.
Oppo’s Find X3 series is the first Android 10bit full-link color management system.
The solution will fully support DCI-P3 gamut and HEIF formats, and will fully support true 10-bit images and videos in the shooting, encoding, storage, decoding, and display aspects.
In addition, Oppo will incorporate its own deformation correction, multi-frame noise reduction and ultra-high resolution technology into the system.
In addition, the full link color management system will take D65 as the standard color temperature of white dots to ensure the consistency of the display of content with different color gamut. The associated color management SDK will also be opened to third-party apps to solve the problem of different gamut displays in different applications.
In terms of core specs, the first batch of Oppo Find X3 series is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 flagship processor and supports SuperVooc Super Flash charging, with a potential power of 65W.
It will be released to the world on March 11.