OPPO Premium smartphone features Goodix ‘Super Snappy’ biometric sensor

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OPPO once turned to Goodix for fingerprint biometrics technology in a new smartphone.

The new OPPO Find X3 – officially called “Find X3 Pro,” although there is no non-“Pro” version of the phone – is the company’s latest high-end smartphone offering and boasts a multi-sensor camera system that includes a “microlens”. camera capable of imaging extreme close-ups in great detail. It also has a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with QHD resolution and a billion-color display.

Under the hood, it has a Snapdragon 888 processor, 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The device’s custom Android operating system, “ColorOS”, is designed to take advantage of its powerful display capabilities.

Regarding biometric capabilities, the OPPO Find X3, as the Find X2 device launched last year, has the fingerprint sensor integrated into the screen of Goodix. This is the latest indication of the growing importance of Goodix as a supplier of this technology, and an illustration of the market dynamics that have led to the drop in average selling prices cited in the latest corporate update. competitor Fingerprint Cards.

For its part, Goodix’s fingerprint sensor appears to be doing a useful job, with a TechRadar review of the Find X3 reporting that it is “super quick to use,” and adding, “Sometimes we could barely see it. ‘indicator sweeping our finger, it was so fast.

In addition to Goodix’s fingerprint sensor, the new device also includes Goodix smart amplifiers and VoiceExperience solutions for audio and voice interaction.

The new OPPO device is now available in the UK and Australia, priced at £ 1,099 / AUD $ 1,699, or around $ 1,500. This puts it in the same price range as some of Apple’s and Samsung’s high-end devices, although OPPO devices aren’t available in the United States.

Sources: TechRadar, Goodix

March 11, 2021 – by Alex Perala


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