Oppo has just introduced its latest concept smartphone called the OPPO Find X3 2021. This smartphone has a unique screen mechanism that can expand using a rolled-up OLED panel. But, apart from the Find X 2021, there is one other smartphone that has caught the eye. On Inno Day 2020, they introduced the upcoming Oppo Find X3 Series which will support the full DCI-P3 color gamut and 10-bit color depth.
Oppo Find X3 Series Details
The company calls it “Full-path Color Management System” which is said to be the “very first” Android color management system that displays such color performance in a constant manner.
Granted, many phones and monitors advertised today are 10-bit compatible, but some of them are actually “8+2-bit” aka “8-bit + FRC”. However, the Find X3 device is said to support the true 10-bit color and has a lower JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) ratio of 0.4.
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A tech news website called Engadget had reported that the Full-path Color Management System; can support the true 10-bit HEIF retrieval and storage. HEIF compatibility isn’t something new on Android OS, but what it does is open up to the possibility of going up to 16-bit in the future.
The company has also announced several new features which is beneficial for people suffering from color vision deficiencies. The company has partnered with Zhejiang University to conduct a large-scale study.
Only time will tell whether Oppo Find X3 will be able to satisfy their customer demands or not. We must wait till its release before putting any speculations or reviews of this product. Oppo has become a trustable brand recently and most probably this product is going to be worth the wait.
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