2021 is becoming a strange and unique year of camera bumps. Samsung’s Galaxy S21 family has started the procession with a strange hump that is “integrated” into a metal frame, but other companies seem ready to experiment.
A good example: Oppo’s Find X3 Pro. As shown below, thanks to the newly leaked official-looking rendering, you can look at yourself and glorify the strangeness of how the backing material “rises” into the hump.
On the front, the sides of the display are clearly curved, and as with the Find X2 Pro, the front snapper is housed in a left-aligned hole puncher. Unlike that phone, its successor has an adaptive refresh rate from 10Hz to 120Hz (not just the binary 60/120 switch).
Speaking of the screen, it’s a 6.7 “1440p OLED panel. On the back, one of these four cameras is a unique 25x zoom” microscope “macro lens with a light ring around it. (It’s just below). What is the final shooter (LED flash), along with two unannounced 50 MP sensors from Sony (one for the main camera and one for the ultra-wide) -Probably a 2x / 3x zoom cam? It’s strange that there is no periscope here, especially since the Find X2 Pro has a periscope and other companies such as Samsung and Huawei have doubled the periscope.
The Find X3 Pro is said to have wireless charging, and as you can see, a vegan leather version may be available. The phone reportedly went on sale in late March or early April and is clearly equipped with the Snapdragon 888.