Oppo is out with teasers for its new handset, the Oppo Find X3. The company had recently announced its new “Full-path Color Management System”. And from the looks of the teasers, it is going to launch with this new handset.
The new “Full-path Color Management System” is going to cover everything providing a “Full-Path”. This means that now capturing images, storing them, and displaying them with full DCI-P3 gamut coverage and 10-bit color depth, will all be included under this system.
With this new system, we can now expect a much more accurate and precise image. All thanks to the new algorithms and hardware the Oppo has adopted. Along with this, comes the new development that is support for Digital Overlap (DOL) HDR sensors.
Meanwhile, after capturing images will now be stored in the HEIF format. This supports 10-bit color depth. With this new format, images will now have smoother gradients and can hold up during editing.
In addition, the images displayed will also be calibrated according to the screen, bringing the color accuracy to around 0.4 JNCD.
The company is now working with Zhejiang University to improve the viewing experience of people with color blindness.
The new Oppo Find X3 series will be featuring the Full-path Color Management System. And to support the system, the upcoming handsets will definitely be paired with some impressive camera hardware. While there is no launch date yet, we can expect to see this lineup sometime next year.
via - GSMarena