OPPO's Find X3 Pro's camera look is clearly inspired by the iPhone 11 and 12 Pro, as is ColorOS inspired by iOS, but the Find X3 Pro with 5G is a clear challenger to Samsung's S21, the iPhone 12 and other flagships, and comes with top features of its own.
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OPPO, which describes itself as an "innovative smart device brand", has announced the launch of its high-end, billion colour flagship smartphone, OPPO Find X3 Pro, from March 11. Building on the success of Find X2 Pro, OPPO says it "marries breathtakingly high-end design with best-in-class technology across the board."
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