Oppo Find X3 Pro: Strong smartphone in the premium segment
We recently reviewed Oppo's flagship smartphone, the Find X3 Pro. It managed to convince us in many aspects; it does many things better than its predecessor, which makes it a strong alternative to Samsung and Xiaomi.
Just by looking at the spec sheet, you can tell that the Oppo Find X3 Pro is aiming for the very top. The 6.7-inch AMOLED display has a high resolution of 3216x1440 pixels and runs at 120 Hz. The LTPO functionality is supposed to be activated through an upcoming update and will then enable a dynamic refresh rate between 1 and 120 Hz. In contrast to the predecessor, calibration is also good now, because the panel scores points in the test with exemplary color reproduction.
The Chinese company has also come up with something for the camera, and it now works with two main sensors that are used for both wide and ultra-wide angle shots. The setup is complemented by a microscope lens and 2x optical zoom. Image quality is convincing in the test, and there's only room for nitpicking here - just as we expect from a flagship.
Oppo has also done some major improvements in terms of power supply; not only does it provide the Find X3 Pro with a bigger battery, but the device also finally offers wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. The whole package is rounded off by an IP certification and a fast Snapdragon 888 with 12 GB of RAM.
The Oppo smartphone has to put up with criticism too, especially when it comes to the camera zoom and the period during which updates will be available. Nevertheless, Oppo delivers a very good high-end smartphone that doesn't need to shy away from being compared with Samsung, Xiaomi, and Huawei; and in addition, it boasts a quite comprehensive scope of delivery.
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