Oppo will introduce the Find X3 series in March and a device from the lineup with the model number CPH2173 has appeared at the US FCC and the Chinese Compulsory Certification (also known as CCC or 3C). The phone will have two equally sized cells with 2,200 mAh minimal charge, meaning the whole battery capacity will hold a typical charge of around 4,500 mAh.
On top of that, the phone that we believe is the Find X3 Pro will have a 65W charger, which shouldn’t be a surprise, since the Oppo Find X2 series also had it.
Oppo CPH2173 certifications
The phone will come with Snapdragon 888 chipset, and according to FCC, it will run ColorOS 11.2, based on Android 11. The FCC has approved usage of USB-C earphones which means there’ll be no 3.5 mm audio jack, although this is hardly a surprise.
In other specs we know, the Oppo Find X3 Pro should come with a new sensor, developed by Sony for the main cam, the front panel is likely to be a 6.7” OLED with 1440p resolution and a single punch hole in the upper left corner for the selfie cam.