OPPO Find X3 to use LTPO display that supports 5-120Hz variable refresh rate

by Megha Malv

Oppo is preparing to launch its new flagship series Oppo Find X3 on March 11. Three new smartphones have been launched in this series, namely, Find X3 Pro, Find X3 Neo, and X3 Lite. Before the press conference, we received several leaks regarding these upcoming smartphones.

Recently, a well-known tipster Ice universe revealed that OPPO Find X3 will use LTPO screen technology and supports a 5Hz-120Hz variable adaptive smart refresh rate, which can reduce screen power consumption.

In the previous report, OPPO officially confirmed that the Find X3 series will be equipped with a perfect color screen with 1 billion colors and native support for a 10-bit display.

At the 2020 Future Technology Conference, OPPO launched a full-link color management system. The color management system realizes the connection of full-link 10bit image and video shooting in the mobile phone industry for the first time, including two technical cores: full-link 10bit and color management.

Moreover, the phone will also be equipped with 1 billion color dual main cameras, two flagship cameras, and the first fully-linked 10bit color engine. The complete 10bit link covers the entire image processing process of acquisition, encoding, storage, decoding, and display.

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Specification of Oppo Find X3 (Expected)

Oppo Find X3 will sport a 6.5-inch OLED display that offers 1440 x 3216 pixels with a 120Hz refresh rate. For the camera department, it is rumored to equip a quad-camera setup with dual 50MP cameras, one as a primary lens and the other as an ultra-wide camera.

The other two cameras are of 13MP lens for 2X optical zoom and a 3MP camera for up to 25X zoom. The new handsets from Oppo are expected to debut ahead of March this year. And along with the two premium models Oppo Find X3 and Find X3 Pro, the company is also expected to launch FInd X3 Neo and Find X3 Lite.

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