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Oppo Find X3

Oppo Find X3 | VickyTechy Honest Review

Oppo Find X3 Pro review was difficult because the phone is dual-purpose. It’s a stunning piece of technology with excellent cameras and rapid charging. But it’s also a consumer item, and its hefty price is a concern. A flashy-looking handset with new features and customized innovation, the Oppo Find X3 Pro demonstrates why you should pay attention to Oppo as a company that can compete with Samsung and Apple.

The Oppo Find X3 Pro is a super-smartphone that competes with the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, and iPhone 12 Pro Max in terms of features and price. It’s also the Find X2 Pro’s 2020 replacement, albeit it’s an advance in many ways and degradation in others. This phone’s most significant flaw is its price, as is the case with all high-end smartphones.

A smartphone that costs as much as Oppo’s Find 3 Pro is very difficult to suggest, no matter what the phone’s specifications and features are, and it’s worth checking out the Find X3 Neo or the Samsung Galaxy S21 or Xiaomi Mi 11 as an alternative if you are brand-agnostic. Despite its high price, though, the Oppo Find X3 Pro is a hard-to-beat phone; in fact, two of the “cons” we have noted above the design and the absence of an optical periscope zoom camera are personal concerns that you may not mind.

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In the first place, Oppo has always boasted about the quality of its displays, and the display here is no exception. Thanks to a new software dubbed Full-Path Color Management System, the display looks fantastic. As a result, your captured or streamed films and photographs will not suffer from artifacts when they reach the device’s display.

If that’s not enough to entice you, the Oppo Find X3 Pro also sports a set of really innovative cameras, and, no, we are not exaggerating. These back cameras are new. There is a microlens camera, which can capture super-close-up images of the tiniest details, in addition to the primary and ultra-wide Sony sensors. If you are looking for long-distance photography, this phone is not as excellent as the Oppo Find X2 Pro, a periscope camera.

Design:

Oppo Find X3 Design

This may be a polarizing opinion, but we found the Oppo Find X3 Pro less appealing than its Find X2 Pro predecessor, a phone which we wrote in our review “sets a new high standard for good-looking phones.” Sure, that phone set the bar high, and although the Find X3 Pro doesn’t fall spectacularly short, it smacks its head on that bar while attempting to clear it.

Why do we say this? The Find X2 Pro was available in fake leather or ceramic, featured a dramatic ‘waterfall’ curved-edge screen, and employed a complementing two-tone color scheme – the Find X3 Pro had none of those features. It doesn’t seem awful by any means, and we’d be more positive if its predecessor didn’t exist — but it does.

The Oppo Find X3 Pro weighs 193g, so it’s light by flagship standards, and that’s evident when you’re holding it. It measures 163.6 x 74.0 x 8.26mm, so it’s fairly thin compared to some of its competitors too. It’s got IP68 protection, meaning it’s dustproof and waterproof.

The phone features a glass back, which bends gently upwards in the top-left corner to produce the camera hump, an iPhone-like triangle lens location. According to Oppo, its curved-glass back design is a technical wonder, and it does feel great, but we believe imitation leather feels much better to grip. The phone is available in black or blue, and as you can see from the photographs, we tried the latter.

If you have tiny hands, you’ll have to use both to access the volume rocker on the left side of the phone, which we found a touch awkward to operate while holding the phone. You’ll need an adapter for wired headphones with this phone’s USB-C connector since there is no 3.5mm port.

When it comes to smartphones with curving screens, the Oppo Find X3 Pro isn’t as “waterfall” as its predecessor. The edges aren’t sharply inclined, and there isn’t much screen left at the bottom of the phone as there was on its predecessor. Because of this, the phone is less comfortable to hold, but accidental presses are less likely.

Price:

The Oppo Find X3 Pro can be purchased in the UK and Australia, but like with other Oppo phones, you can’t buy it in the US. After a March debut, it went on sale in mid-April. The phone costs a hearty £1,099 / AU$1,699 (which translates to around $1,500), and that makes it one of the priciest smartphones we’ve seen lately. That’s for a device with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and it doesn’t make it available in any other sizes.

For some comparison, the iPhone 12 Pro Max begins at $1,099 / £1,099 / AU$1,849, and the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra at $1,199 / £1,149 / AU$1,849, thus the Oppo Find X3 Pro fits solidly in the ‘expensive super-phone’ class.

Battery Performance:

The Oppo Find X3 Pro, which has a 4,500mAh battery, proved to perform well in our tests, despite many premium smartphones having limited battery life. We were able to get a full day of usage out of the phone with light and moderate use, and it was only when it was subjected to intensive use, such as a lot of gaming and video recording, that it failed. Even if you use the phone for a few hours a day, it seems improbable that it will survive two full days.

Another of the quickest charging rates we have ever seen in a major flagship phone is 65W, while some smartphones can charge even quicker. With this, it takes roughly 40 minutes to get from zero to full charge on the phone. A smart-charging option on the Find X3 Pro pleased us since if you put the phone in at night, it will charge to 100% just in time for you to get out of bed.

This prevents overcharging and may help extend the battery life of a phone. Unlike the Oppo Find X2 Pro, this phone has 30W of wireless charging, which will be appreciated by those of you who want to charge your devices without the necessity of a cable. In addition to wireless charging, you may also use your phone to charge other wirelessly-charged gadgets.

Display:

Oppo Find X Display

An AMOLED screen with a QHD+   resolution and a maximum brightness of 1300 nits is found on the Oppo Find X3. We thought the vibrant colors and high contrast made it a striking design. There are two options for the phone’s settings: 60Hz, or a variable refresh rate that ranges from 10Hz to 120Hz, depending on what you are doing.

If you are a purist, you may find it unpleasant that the 120Hz option is not available, but in practice, you will not notice since it only changes for items that would not benefit from 120Hz anyway, which saves battery life. With its HDR10+ and HDR10+ capabilities, the Find X3 Pro display from Oppo has been well praised for its broad color range and its ability to show more than 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. Color fidelity is excellent, and certain experts and those who often consume media may detect a difference.

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However, if you cannot understand the first part of this text, it’s probably not a big selling point for you. Oppo’s Full-Path Color Management System ensures that photos you take, videos you watch, and files you download do not get compressed and tweaked too much as they travel from their source to the phone’s display. If you use your phone for business or pay attention to details like these, this new function will be a nice addition to your phone’s capabilities.

Camera:

Oppo Find X3 Camera

There are four rear cameras on the Find X3 Pro, including an ultra-wide 50MP, a 13MP wide-angle, and a 3MP microlens camera. If you want to get the best image possible from your wide-angle lens, you will need a camera with a large sensor, allowing it to see light and color more clearly, allowing it to capture better photographs. The images captured with the primary camera, as seen in the camera samples, are excellent.

There is a lot of detail in these designs, which are strong and vibrant. Oppo’s Find X3 Pro’s night mode did a good job of brightening up the subject while decreasing exposure to the backdrop. Because they share a sensor, photos shot with the ultra-wide-angle lens and those taken with the primary camera have identical color and brightness. Because the telephoto lens here is not as excellent as the periscope lens on the Find X2 Pro in terms of distance zoomed, we deemed it to be the camera collective’s weak link.

Photos taken at 3x magnification had enough resolution and brightness; however, when zoomed in further to 5x, the images’ color profile significantly shifts. A microlens is a rare feature in smartphones, and you are not alone if you were curious about it after reading this section’s introduction. With up to 60x magnification, it’s a lens that’s meant to snap close-up photos of little elements, such as textiles or textures.

A ring light around the lens ensures that the subject is well illuminated when you take a Microscope photo, which you do when you switch on the mode and place the phone on a flat surface (or hold it against something if laying it will not work). Playing around with the mode was a lot of fun, as it catches an incredible amount of information that the human eye would never be able to discern.

The phone has a 4K 60fps rear camera and a 1080p 30fps front-facing camera, which allow you to apply a digital bokeh effect to the video, which is not available on many other phones. This bokeh effect may be seen in our video review at the top of this page, including footage from the camera. Unlike other high-end flagship smartphones, the Find X3 Pro has a limited number of camera options.

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