In the past few days, we have seen a plethora of details regarding the OPPO Find X3, and the OPPO Find X3 Pro, thanks to new teasers, and detailed leak with renders. And the company might be preparing for yet another handset other than the Find X3 series, the OPPO F19 Pro+. The OPPO F19 Pro+ moniker is now confirmed through the Google ARCore Supported Devices List. The OPPO Find X3, and the Find X3 Pro are also listed in the list of Google ARCore supported devices along withe F19 Pro+.
Unreleased OPPO Phones Spotted on Google ARCore Supported Devices List
A past leak, courtesy of 91Mobiles hints that the Chinese smartphone maker could launch the OPPO F19, and F19 Pro smartphone in India as soon as next month. If this launch happens as expected, we might even see debut of OPPO F19 Pro+ model as it comes under the F-series devices. Specs of the OPPO F19, F19 Pro, and the F19 Pro+ does remain hidden for time-being. However, if we look for the details of the Find X3, and Find X3 Pro, we have plenty of information available.
The OPPO Find X3 Pro might sport a 6.67-inch display with 1440 x 3216 pixels resolution, offering an adaptive refresh rate ranging from 10Hz to 120Hz. Powering the Find X3 Pro could be a Snapdragon 888 chipset, as its performance was detailed in the cloud-based testing few days ago. The device was even detailed by Antutu benchmark, where it achived score of 771,491 points in testing.
The Find X3 Pro also was spotted at Geekbench earlier where it managed to score 4,236 and 13,323 points in single and multi-core test respectively. In terms of imaging, the device might feature a triple camera setup, consisting of primary 50-megapixel IMX766 image sensor from Sony, a secondary 13MP telephoto camera, and a 3MP macro camera.
The whole package is rumoured to be fueled by a 4500mAh battery that might offer both 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 wired and wireless charging support. As far as the launch of the Find X3-series goes, rumours suggest us that OPPO might launch these handsets sometime in March or April.
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