Leaked Oppo Find X3 Pro renders confirm copycat design for March-bound flagship smartphone
Rumours about the Find X3 Pro began last month, but details about Oppo's next flagship were rather thin on the ground. Evan Blass has rectified this now though with a series of official renders that he posted on Voice. According to Blass, the Find X3 Pro will have a 6.7-inch display that runs natively at 1440p. Additionally, the panel will have an adaptive refresh rate that peaks at 120 Hz. The renders confirm that the display will have a curved finish and a small punch-hold for a single front-facing camera, too.
Blass has not revealed any details about the front-facing camera, but he claims that Oppo will equip the Find X3 Pro with a 'unique 25x zoom macro lens. Apparently, Oppo will market this as a 'microscope' camera. There will also be two new 50 MP cameras built by Sony and an unnamed fourth sensor.
Unashamedly, Oppo has arranged the rear-facing cameras to resemble the mirror of the camera arrangement on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. The LED flash is a different shape, and the microphone is in a different position, but it is clear from which company Oppo has drawn inspiration with the design of the Find X3 Pro.
Moreover, the Find X3 Pro is expected Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 SoC, along with SuperVOOC 2.0 and VOOC Air fast charging. The renders confirm that the device will be available in at least four colours, too. Oppo has teased that it will unveil the Find X3 Pro in March. This may well be a China-only launch though, given that it made an announcement on Weibo, rather than on any global social media channels.