OPPO could debut first 33W fast charging smartphone soon


Chinese company Oppo is expected to launch its new smartphone OPPO Find X3 in March this year. It will be part of OPPO’s new next-gen flagship models. This new smartphone will be launched with model number CPH2219. It is expected to debut with a 33W fast charging feature.

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Reportedly, it has cleared the two most important certifications- Indonesia’s TKDN regulatory and China Quality Certification Center (CQC). Based on this, the smartphone is expected to launch in Indonesia and China. There are rumors that the Find X3 series might come with — Find X3 Pro, Find X3 Neo, and Find X3 lite models.

According to the reports, the OPPO Find X3 model will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 870 chipset. The most interesting thing about this smartphone is that there exists not a single smartphone with a 33W charging speed. But there is news that OnePlus might launch its new smartphone with the same specifications.

The new information reveals the device bearing the PEDM00 model name. The SoC will be accompanied by 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The Android 11-based on ColorOS 11.2 will be present on the phone. Moreover, there will be a 12.6 MP camera sensor and 1080 x 2412 pixels display resolution.

However, there are leaks that the new smartphones may launch sometime next month. Although, there is no further update of its launch in other countries as of now.

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