Oppo Find X3 is the new AnTuTu record holder!

The Oppo Find X3 will be presented very soon and will be Oppo’s main top of the range for 2021. This line should have three versions, one of which went through AnTuTu to crush the competition.

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According to the benchmark, this supposed Oppo Find X3 unit achieved an impressive 771,491 points, becoming the new record holder on this platform.

It is curious to note that in this same test Qualcomm announced for Snapdagon 888 results around 735,000 points. However, AnTuTu tests not only the CPU, but also the GPU, UX, and memory. With this, it wouldn’t be surprising if the Oppo PEEM00 tested here is actually the Oppo Find X3 Pro.

Oppo Find X3: what will its characteristics be?

Excluding the “lite” version, the new Oppo Find X3 will be powered by Qualcomm’s new high-end processor, the Snapdragon 888. This should be accompanied by options for 8 and 12 GB of RAM, with probable UFS 3.1 storage options being 256 and 512 GB.

New in both devices will be the new 50MP Sony IMX766 photographic sensor, which is the result of a collaboration between Sony and Oppo and will be accompanied by a 13MP telephoto camera, as well as another telephoto periscope with greater optical zoom capacity and the already indispensable wide angle. . angle.

Like the Find X and Find X2 Pro, the Oppo Find X3 should also have a Quad HD + AMOLED display, HDR10 + certification, which this time will have 6.7 inches and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The launch of the smartphone should take place in the first quarter of this year, so it won’t be long before we can fully discover Oppo’s new line.

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