Carrying a sleek design measuring just 8.26mm thick and weighing a mere 193g, the highlight of the new smartphone is no doubt its 6.7-inch QHD+ AMOLED display, equipped with true adaptive 120Hz technology and capable of displaying more than a whopping one billion colors. The phone is powered by a Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 888 processor and taps into Dolby stereo sound for a fully immersive user experience. On the back is then a dual-primary camera setup, featuring two Sony IMX 766 sensors for both wide and ultra-wide image capture, working alongside a third Microlens camera that can capture up to a staggering 60x microscopic photography.
In addition to the new release, OPPO has also announced a new partnership with the National Geographic Society, funding its work in supporting endangered species through the publication’s Photo Ark, founded by famed National Geographic explorer and photographer Joel Sartore. Sartore will also be curating an Endangered Colour Campaign alongside OPPO brand ambassador Eddie Redmayne, tapping into videos and images shot on the Find X3 Pro.
For those interested, you can learn more about OPPO’s Find X3 Pro over on its website.
Elsewhere in tech, Sonos has introduced its new ultra-portable Roam smart speaker.