The latest OPPO Find X3 Pro leak seems to confirm its design and rear camera set-up
OPPO has teased a March launch for its 2021 flagships, one of which is likely to be the Find X3 Pro. Evan Blass claims that the OEM has adopted what it calls a "crate" design for its rear cameras, which, according to several leaks by now, involves a zig-zag of four sensors contained within 1 square module.
This may result in an effect like that achieved by the iPhone 12 series, although OPPO is rumored to have developed a smoother transition between its new premium rear camera hump and the Find X3 Pro's back panel. Now, this seems to be supported yet again, as Blass has just posted new images of the phone, which seem to be live press shots this time.
The tipster also claims to fill in more blanks concerning what these cameras are supposed to do. The headline here are dual main shooters of an impressive 50MP in resolution, both of which are supposed to be new Sony IMX766 sensors. It is accompanied by what OPPO will allegedly present as the "microscope" camera.
Blass purports to explain this odd rumor further by specifying that it is to be a 3MP macro camera, albeit one with a 25x zoom and a flash surround: therefore, it may indeed be able to zero in on smaller subjects. Finally, the Find X3 Pro's fourth rear cameras is to be the same 13MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom found in its predecessor.
This, then, may be the top-end array with which OPPO may contend against potential rivals such as the 108MP Xiaomi Mi 11 and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra for smartphone photography glory. On the other hand, it may still be another couple of weeks until these leaks are confirmed outright.