The OPPO Find X3 Pro might launch with a 4,400mAh battery, 65W charging and ColorOS 11.2
OPPO has hinted that it will launch its third generation of Find X flagship phones in March 2021. Their predecessors launched with batteries of 4260mAh at the most and SuperVOOC 2.0 technology rated to charge them at a top rate of 65 watts (W), and, thus, within 40 minutes. Now, it seems the OEM will keep more or less the same standard in its new premium mobile devices.
The CPH2173 is an international-market OPPO device rumored to be the Find X3 or X3 Pro, as it has been seen on the Geekbench website with the Snapdragon 888 (or lahaina) SoC and 12GB of RAM. It is also now an FCC-approved device, which, while not confirming any of these specs, indicates that it has 65W charging and a 2200mAh battery.
That last detail may seem curious, but is in fact likely to be another case of OPPO's dual-cell technology. Therefore, the CPH2173 is likely to launch with a 4,400 to 4,500mAh rated capacity. This possibility has been backed up with similar documentation from 3C and SGS. Therefore, should it be the Find X3 Pro, it might also be the next in a growing line of 2021 flagships to ship without a power brick.
Then again, it might also be the first to launch with a new version of ColorOS based on Android 11: 11.2. OPPO's newest phones, the Reno5 5G series, has debuted with v11.1, although it now seems there is a software upgrade that might initially be exclusive to the Find X3 series.