OPPO’s upcoming smartphone, Find X3, has today received approval from TENAA with model number PEDM00. The TENAA certification site has published images of the device that show its design from front and rear. The upcoming phone, which will launch as a successor to the last year’s Find X2, is expected to come with SDM 870 SoC and 8GB of RAM, as per the recent Geekbench listing.
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The TENAA listing of the OPPO Find X3 has no information on its specifications. The listing only contains its images. As per the photos, the phone will come with a curved edge screen. It will have a punch-hole positioned at the upper-left corner. The volume up and down buttons are placed on the left side of the phone, while its right edge will offer a power key. There will be a square-shaped camera module at the back panel (top-left corner). This camera setup may include three sensors and an LED flash.
As far as some key specs are concerned, recent reports have revealed that the Find X3 could come with a 6.78-inch OLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. The Find X3’s rear camera setup may have a 50MP primary camera. It could be the same Sony IMX766 lens that will be available on the Find X3 Pro. The vanilla Find X3 is also expected to come with Android 11 OS, 65W fast charging, and 256GB onboard storage.