The latest Find X3 Pro leak suggests OPPO really likes cloning Apple things
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OPPO went with a highly original design for the first-gen Find X flagship phone in 2018. However, those days are no more, as the OEM came back with a much more conventional look for its eventual 2020 successors. Now, there is evidence that the OEM has chosen to echo a certain competitor more directly in this device's own Pro-variant follow-up.
This new tip, posted by @TheLeaks3 on Twitter, shows a device with a square rear camera hump in which one lens is highlighted with a prominent silver ring. The others are grouped around it in a way that almost inextrcably brings the iPhone 12 Pro or Pro Max to mind.
Then again, it also looks like this "Find X3 Pro" might be a penta-cam device: the fourth rear camera is tucked under the silver main shooter, whereas the fifth is found within the display, as with the X2 series before it. This screen is currently believed to be QHD in resolution and up to 120Hz in terms of refresh rate, whereas at least 1 of its rear sensors may be the new 50MP Sony IMX766.
Internally, the Find X3 Pro is natually expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 888 processor and to have 65 watt (W) charging. Therefore, should this leak prove valid, it seems OPPO's 2021 premium offering would give the world an idea of how a new Apple smartphone with curved front and rear panels and without a notch would look.