Smartphone giant, Oppo has officially announced the Oppo Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition. It features some new photography software tricks and has a unique design, but the camera hardware specs are the same as the original Find X3 Pro. The announcement happened while Oppo took to Weibo to confirm a product launch in China, but it also posted images of a special edition Find X3 Pro. This new variant dubbed Photographer Edition spots a leather cover on roughly two-thirds of the back, while the top third is still that familiar glass design seen on the standard Find X3 Pro.
One of the images also confirms that the phone still maintains an IP68 rating, while another image points to special edition packaging for the leather Find X3 Pro. This package seems to include a case, lanyard, charger, and earphones.
Oppo has revealed a leather-clad Find X3 Pro variant which is officially called Oppo Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition.
According to rumor, Oppo is working with Kodak on a smartphone, and Find X3 Pro Photographer Edition might be the device in question.
Though Oppo hasn’t officially confirmed to partner with Kodak, Weibo tipster Digital Chat Station claims that this device is supposed to be a tribute to Kodak’s camera designs but is otherwise identical to the standard Find X3 Pro.
Going by this, the device will come with a 50MP main camera, 50MP ultra-wide camera, a 3MP microscope lens, and a 13MP 2X telephoto camera. This is in addition to the Snapdragon flagship silicon, a 4,500mAh battery, 65W wired charging, and 30W wireless charging.
The special edition is priced at $1,006 and is available to order in China right now. It will be available for general purchase on September 22. It does not seem the phone will make it outside China, but that could change.