Introducing Oppo Find X3 Pro flagship with two 50 megapixel cameras
News unit EMGblog.com : Oppo according to the predetermined schedule on Thursday, March 11, 2021 (March 21, 2019) from the phone The new flagship of its Find series named Find X3 Pro has unveiled; This phone has a distinctive design compared to other flagships and it has acted differently in terms of image with the presence of two 50 megapixel cameras and an advanced macro unit. Oppo also quietly on its Chinese site another example of this family named Find X3 is also displayed, which apparently has no other differences with the Pro version except for the processor, RAM and internal memory. Some sources have expressed doubts about providing this second version to markets outside of China; This has not been confirmed or denied by Oppo.
Oppo Find X3 Pro
The first and most impressive thing about the Find X3 Pro belongs to its special design in the back part and the location of the cameras of this phone, which, unlike all other smartphones today, is not a separate part from the body, and by creating a gentle protrusion from the glass surface, this part is integrated. It’s formed. This design that Oppo from it called Gradient Arc Camera or The camera remembers the stepped arc and considers it inspired by spaceships with more than 700 control points designed, which along with more than 2 thousand control points on the back part displays a complex design.
As expected from a flagship with IP68 standard, the body of this phone is resistant to immersion in water (with specified depth and time) and dust, and there is no problem for it in everyday scenarios such as use in the rain.
The length and width of this model are 163.6 and 74 mm, respectively, comparing it with another 6.7-inch equivalent, such as Galaxy S21+ 5G with a length and width of 161.5 and 75.6 mm from relatively more margins at the top and bottom and the effect of the curved edges of the screen It talks about reducing the width. The thickness of this model is declared to be 8.26 mm, which is probably related to the narrower part, and the place of the cameras will naturally be much thicker. Find X3 Pro has a weight of 193 grams, which seems relatively suitable considering its battery capacity.
The screen of the phone is a 10-bit 6.7-inch AMOLED panel with advanced LTPO technology, which is one of the most important advantages of low energy consumption. The resolution of this QHD+ screen is 20.1:9 or 1440 x 3216 pixels, which creates a high density of 525 pixels per inch for this screen. The refresh rate of this panel varies between 5 and 120 Hz and is automatically adjusted depending on the content displayed on the screen. The touch rate of this panel is 120 Hz in normal 10-finger mode and 240 Hz when only 2 fingers are used. The automatic brightness of this screen can be changed up to 8,192 levels depending on the ambient light, and thus, according to the manufacturer, the brightness of the screen will adapt to the environment in an ideal way.
Among other points to be mentioned about this panel, there are four different color display modes including Vivid mode (with 97 and 100% coverage for the NTSC and DCI-P3 color range), Gentle mode option (with 71 and 100% coverage) percent for NTSC and sRGB), Cinematic mode option (with 97 and 100 percent coverage for NTSC and DCI-P3) and finally Brilliant mode (with 104 and 100 percent coverage for NTSC and DCI-P3). The typical brightness of this panel is 500 nits, which can be increased to 1,300 nits by measuring from one point. The fingerprint sensor of this model is also located inside the screen.
The selfie camera above the screen has a resolution of 32 megapixels and in front of it is a 5-stage lens with an aperture of f/2.4 and an 81-degree field of view. The camera lacks autofocus, but supports digital image stabilization in both 1080p and 720p video resolutions (both at 30fps). Zoom and slow motion have no place in this camera.
Design appeal Find X3 Pro i.e. the area of its back cameras in terms of image is still considered one of its most important attractions. The cameras in this part include four main cameras, ultrawide, telephoto and macro, which seem like a complete set. The main camera of the device is a 50-megapixel model with a 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX766 sensor, which is equipped with OIS or optical image stabilization, and the front lens has an aperture of f/1.8. The second camera has exactly the same 50 megapixel Sony IMX766 sensor, but this time it has an ultrawide lens with a field of view of 110.3 degrees with an aperture of f/2.2. Like the main camera, this camera is equipped with an advanced autofocus known as All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF, which on paper provides accurate and high-speed focusing on the main subject even in low light environments.