Oppo Find X3 is expected to launch in the year 2021. Oppo during its Inno Day 2020 conference announced that the Oppo Find X3 series will offer end-to-end 10-bit colour support with its new Full-path Colour Management System. This new system will also support HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format) and full DCI-P3 wide colour gamut across the phone which will provide more accurate colours. Oppo Find X3 is said to be the first Android smartphone to offer this feature.
During the second day of Inno Day 2020 conference in China, Oppo has announced the new progress regarding Oppo Find X3. The new Full-path Colour Management System which is incorporated into the Oppo Find X3 series next year will be the first which will be introduced in any Android phone. The phone will feature a native 10-bit display. Previously, phones were advertised to have a 10-bit display but they actually featured an 8-bit display.
As per Oppo, this Full-path Colour Management System will deliver an outstanding viewing experience and bring in an authentic and accurate colour reproduction. The new system will also support HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format) which will save storage space. The company also said that its Research & Development team worked on colour reproduction by enhancing the underlying system and hardware. Oppo’s Full-path Colour Management System is designed to cover all steps including image acquisition to computation, encoding, decoding and storage.
Furthermore, the R&D team also promoted algorithms in areas including distortion correction, multi-frame noise reduction and perceptual extreme super-resolution. The new system will also support image sensors featuring Digital Overlap (DOL) HDR mode which synthesises different exposure conditions into an image. This will enhance the image results even when they are captured in bright light.
Apart from this, Oppo has also announced a new colour correction solution which is known as Colour Correction Solution 2.0 which helps those who suffer from colour vision deficiency with a wide range of options to fulfil their visual needs. Also, Oppo has partnered with Zhejiang University to develop the solution. The new colour correction system will also permit users to create their own display which will go beyond the limited set of options available currently.