Oppo Find X3 Pro main cameras are beautiful. The sides are rounded like a building designed by Zaha Hadid. Oppo says they were inspired by the aerospace industry for their rear panel designs. The entire hump and back panel are made of a single glass panel that took 40 hours to produce. Two finishes are given – a glossy black and a matte blue. Personally the matte blue finish is more practical the faucet does not trap any fingerprints.
The hump is also not too high. All previously shared images do not give a true picture. In terms of the scale of the hump, this is probably the least hump that caused us to rage even though it still makes the device can’t be placed flat on the table. Praise is given to Oppo because a silicone frame is provided free with every purchase. This can prevent the large unique glass panels from suffering any damage.
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Usage And Software
Android 11 is compatible with the ColorOS 11.2 launcher technology. We have to admit it’s been quite a while since we used a release device and the sudden change of ColorOS was something we didn’t expect. This is not an actual negative comment. We prefer an interface that is now more in line with the original Android design with the Samsung One UI flavor. The interface is neat with a minimalist touch. The stigma of Oppo’s overly Chinese operating system can now be thrown in the trash because it’s modern and doesn’t hurt the eyes.
With 12 GB of RAM on the model we reviewed, no problems were encountered to run various applications. It can all be rolled out quickly; and glide like hot butter on my brother’s table of roadside special meat burgers in the early morning. Good software matched with a 120Hz screen is a pretty satisfying combination. Oppo is also not shy in providing various types of customization to users. Almost everything can be changed from the grid size of the app tray, the app tray itself, gestures, icons, animations, AOD graphics and more. It’s impossible to list the various additional features that Oppo comes with but the one we use most often is Quick Launch directly from the key screen for five select apps. It may be a feature we feel should be stolen by other Android device manufacturers.