The OPPO Find X3 Lite shows up in a new leak, hinting at a 65W charger in the box for the upcoming phone
It looks increasingly like one of the newest Snapdragon 765G phones, the Reno5 5G, will make it to markets such as Europe sometime soon. However, it seems it will have to change its name in order to do so. A recent leak has suggested that its maker OPPO will convert it into the Lite variant of the Find X3 series for this purpose.
This has now been supported by a new leak from the prominent tipster Sudanshu Ambhore, who has posted live images of convincingly official-looking packaging printed with the name "Find X3 Lite 5G". It contains what does indeed look like a Reno5 5G in black, distinctive rear camera hump and all.
Those irked at the growing trend of a lack of bundled accessories shipped with phones will be glad to know this "Find X3 Lite" box also apparently contains a power brick. Better yet, its sheer size alone hints strongly at a fast-charging nature, such as the SuperVOOC 2.0 65W standard found in the Reno5 series.
Therefore, should this new tip hold true, the OPPO Find X3 Lite is coming as a 5G device with 64MP quad rear cameras and a 90Hz FHD+ OLED display. Its flagship sibling, on the other hand, is slated to have a 1440p 120Hz display and dual 50MP main shooters, although it might also stick with SuperVOOC 2.0 charging. Hopefully, its OEM is going to put the necessary charger in its box as well.