OPPO, a Chinese phone manufacturer, introduces its Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition as well as its Watch 2 ECG Edition during the ColorOS 12 launch in Beijing, China. These original models were first announced earlier in the year.
The Oppo Watch 2 now has millisecond-level ECG detection, also known as the – Oppo Watch 2 ECG edition. Customers can now get an electrocardiogram from their wrist with this notable feature.
This captures their heart rhythm at the moment they feel symptoms such as a skipped or rapid heartbeat. It also has 24-hour irregular heart rhythm monitoring. The device now includes a 316L stainless-steel middle frame and a ceramic+ sapphire backcover.
Apart from these changes, the Watch 2 is identical and is available in China at a price of 2499 Yuan (386 Yuan / NGN158.765 Nigerian Niaira). It is available at.
Oppo Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition features a redesigned pack and body. This phone’s design was inspired by the rangefinder camera. You have leather options, as well as a metallic glass finish and a metal texture. You can choose from one color combination: Silver and Black.
The Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition upper is made from an electroplated silver surface. It uses the fog AG process. The lower part is made of rough-grained leather that offers the same look and grip as professional cameras.
The device supports IP68 waterproof and dustproof ratings. This new device comes in one 16GB RAM and 512GB storage versions. It also includes a 1-year cloud membership.
These cameras can be used with the Oppo Find X3 Series – a Sony IMX766 50 megapixels f/1.8 sensor, with 1/1.56’’, OIS. It is accompanied by another f/2.2 50 megapixels IMX766 ultra-wide sensor with Native 110.3deg 1.56’’. The latter can shoot 4cm macro shots.
The 13-megapixels periscope camera has f/2.4 lens, 5x hybrid Zoom, 20x digital Zoom, and a 3-megapixels microlens. There are a variety of camera systems that work here. It supports long exposure shooting.
The camera can shoot in super-raw format, has movie mode that supports 4K HDR high definition recording, and it can record video with 10bit color. It can also preserve the dynamic range of the image and allow for sufficient post-production space.
The front features a 6.7-inch Quad HD+ 20.1:9 OLED 20.1:9 LCD with 1300 nits brightness, 525PPI end-to-end color support, 97% DCI-P3 gamut, HDR10+ certification, and a 5Hz-120Hz adaptive refreshing rate.
The screen display has fingerprint reader support and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The hole-punch camera houses the 32-megapixels self-portrait camera with an F/2.4 lens. It measures 8.3mm in thickness and weighs 196g.
It includes USB Type-C audio and stereo speakers tuned by Dolby atmos, 5G SA/NSA Dual 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 5.2, GPS/GLONASS support, and dual-antenna NFC.
The 2.84GHz Octa Core Snapdragon 888 5nm mobile platform with Adreno 660 GPU powers the Find X3 Professional Photographer Edition. The 4500mAh battery supports reverse charging up to 10W, 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 Flash Charge, 30W VOOC A wireless charging and support for 4500mAh.
Oppo Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition is 6,499 Yuan ($1006 / Rs. 74,080 / NGN413,777 Nigerian Naira approx.). The device can be ordered and will be available for sale in China starting September 22.