Oppo’s Find X3 Pro adopts specs from DSLRs cameras

The Find X3 Pro is the latest flagship smartphone from Chinese smartphone manufacturer Oppo. When designing the X3 Pro, they took inspiration from DSLR cameras, looking to create a system compatible with shooting professional-looking videos and photos.

From the looks of it, the Find X3 Pro is a highly impressive smartphone, capable of shooting 10-bit 4K HDR RAW video with a 50-megapixel camera. Additionally, it features a billion color QHD+ curved screen allowing for accurate color display.

Oppo Find X3 Pro breakdown

  • Snapdragon 888 processor
  • Primary and ultrawide camera use 50-megapixel 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX766 sensors
  • 3-megapixel microlens
  • Telephoto lens: 13-megapixel sensor with 2x optical zoom over the Oppo Find X3 Pro’s primary camera
  • 4K 10-bit video in log and HDR
  • RAW+ capture
  • BT.2020 color gamut support
  • Display: 3216 x 1440 LTPO OLED 10-bit panel
  • Peak brightness of 1,300 nits
  • Refresh rate of up to 120Hz
  • 12GB of RAM
  • 256GB of storage
  • 4,500mAh battery

Oppo Find X3 Pro’s camera lenses

Its primary camera and its ultrawide camera both use 10-bit, 50-megapixel 1/1.56-inch Sony IMX766 sensors. Thus, the image quality likely is the same across both cameras. Then we have the 3-megapixel microlens. Opo claims these lenses are capable of 60x magnification. The Verge compares the lenses more to a microscope than a macro lens. The phone’s periscope zoom lens features a 13-megapixel sensor with 2x optical zoom across the primary camera.

Image courtesy: Oppo

Video capture

Early impressions are good. The Find X3 Pro captures 4K 10-bit video in log and HDR and offers BT.2020 color gamut support. The 3MP f/3 microlens shoots Full HD video. The telephoto camera shoots 10-bit color. The front-facing camera is a 32-megapixel camera with an f/2.4 lens. This camera likely creates higher-quality videos and photos thanks to the high pixel count.

Additionally, the Find X3 Pro integrates Oppo’s Overlap High Dynamic Range (DOL HDR). According to the company, this technology continuously generates frames in a line-by-line partner, reducing the chance for ghosting and light streaking. Also, the technology brings a wider dynamic range and HDR support to the Find X3 Pro. RAW capture also got an upgrade. Now called RAW+, the feature captures HDR in RAW format, capturing more information than conventional RAW.

Oppo Find X3 Pro
Image courtesy: Oppo


Oppo claims the Find X3 Pro’s autofocus utilizes 100% of its wide and ultra-wide camera’s pixels to focus. They’re also capable of 350-degree focus in all directions, allowing you to focus in a variety of situations and lighting conditions.

“Featuring the most advanced mobile focus technology, the dark light focus success rate rises from only 3% to 97%,” Oppo says. “In English? Crisp shots across all lighting conditions.”


The Find X3 Pro is impressive as well. The scene is capable of displaying photos and videos in more than a billion colors. The average smartphone display shows just 16.7 million colors. Additionally, the phone’s display is a 10-bit panel, with a peak brightness of 1,300 nits and a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. This contributes to the phone’s ability to display colors in vivid detail.

Pricing and availability

Oppo plans to release the Oppo Find X3 Pro on March 30th. The pricing varies depending on where it’s releasing. We’ll learn more about pricing next week.

Sean Berry
Sean Berry
Sean Berry is Videomaker's managing editor.

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