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Oppo Find X3 Pro to feature revolutionary BILLION color display

Oppo has recently announced that we can expect the launch of the Oppo Find X3 Pro on 11 March. This upcoming handset is the follow-up to the Oppo Find X2 Pro and will feature a billion color display. This 10-bit full-path Color Management System is part of Oppo's commitment to "experiential excellence" that looks to be a key aspect of the Oppo Find X3 Pro.

First announced at OPPO INNO Day 2020, this new Color Management System has now been incorporated into a physical handset. Oppo promises that this will give users "true-to-life, evocative, rich visual experiences, from capture, to encoding, storage, decoding and display".

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However, that's not the only thing that consumers have to look forward to. As reported by Imaging Insider, Oppo has also teased that the Oppo Find X3 Pro will feature excellent resolution, screen refresh rate and high dynamic range content to bring users "the clearest, most accurate, smooth, and comfortable display to date". 

The Oppo Find X3 Pro will also be powered by the latest Qualcomm 5G flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 888. This should give the handset plenty of power to deliver fantastic camera, gaming, 5G and AI performances. Oppo even specifically mentions the Find X3 Pro's camera capabilities, teasing that the handset has been "tuned to empower photography and video capture at the highest quality across a range of scenarios".

The Oppo Find X3 Pro will be launched on Thursday 11 March at 06:30 ET (11:30 GMT) on Oppo's YouTube channel.

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