Photos of Oppo’s three new Find X3 phones surface
The flagship Oppo Find X3 Pro in Blue at left and in Black at right
The Find X3 Pro is equipped with the 5nm Snapdragon 888 which is manufactured by Samsung Foundry. That is the top-of-the-line-Snapdragon chip at this time (possibly to be usurped later this year by a Snapdragon 888+). The handset carries 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage and there is an in-display fingerprint scanner. On the back, you’ll find a 50MP wide-angle camera, a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 13MP periscope zoom, and a 5MP microlens that captures certain photo data. This will help the handset deliver 5x hybrid and 20x digital zoom. A 32MP punch-hole front-facing snapper handles selfies and the device has an IP68 ingress protection rating.
On March 11th, we will also see Oppo introduce the Find X3 Neo. The manufacturer hacks away at some of the top shelf specs found in the Find X3 Pro, reducing the display to 6.5-inches of Gorilla Glass 5 protected AMOLED goodness. Oppo also drops the resolution to 1080p and while still faster than the standard 60Hz, the Find X3 Neo updates the display at 90Hz or 90 times per second instead of the flagship’s 120Hz. The chipset is the top-of-the-line silicon but from one generation ago; that would be the 7nm Snapdragon 865 which is paired with 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage. The in-display fingerprint scanner remains. Oppo also keeps the same 32MP selfie snapper on this model, but the rear camera array is changed. The main camera weighs in at 50MP, but the ultra-wide-angle camera is now 16MP, and the microlens is out and replaced by a 2MP macro lens. The same 4500mAh battery found on the Find X3 Pro is powering the Find X3 Neo. The IP rating is dropped to IPx4, but this model also supports 5G.
Oppo Find X3 Neo in Black at left, and the Find X3 Lite in Silver at right
While pricing is unknown right now, last year’s Pro, Neo, and Lite were priced at $1050, $835, $520 respectively.