After launching the true flagship models of the Find X3 and the Find X3 Pro, OPPO also released two other handsets today. We are talking about the more-affordable Find X3 Neo and Find X3 Lite. However, as they belong to the same series, we think they will inherit many features of the higher-positioning versions.

OPPO Find X3 Neo

The Find X3 Neo features a 6.5-inch curved FHD+ AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It also supports HDR10 and hosts a 32MP selfie cam as well as an integrated fingerprint reader. However, under the hood, we have last year’s Snapdragon 865 flagship chip couple with a 12GB RAM and a 256GB storage. There is no option to expand the storage.

OPPo Find X3 Neo

On the back, we can find a triple-camera, which includes the same 50MP main Sony IMX766 CMOS with OIS support. It is accompanied by 16MP ultra-wide, 13MP telephoto and 2MP macro lenses. The back is textured with OPPO’s Glow design.

OPPo Find X3 Neo

The OPPO Find X3 Neo sports a 4,500mAh battery, which supports the same 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 charging. The phone runs on the Color OS 11.1 based on Android 11.

The Find X3 Neo comes in Starlight Black and Galactic Silver colors priced at £699. It will go on sale on April 14.

OPPO Find X3 Lite

You may think the OPPO Find X3 Lite is a low-end model but the Snapdragon 765G chip inside makes us change our mind. It’s a classic mid-ranger, which also comes with an 8GB RAM and a 128GB storage. Again, it is non-expandable. The display is 6.4 inches and still boasts a 90Hz refresh rate with FHD+ resolution and an integrated fingerprint reader.

OPPo Find X3 Lite

On the opposite side, the OPPO Find X3 Lite sports a 64MP primary camera along the 8MP ultra-wide snapper and two 2MP lenses.

OPPo Find X3 Lite

The battery on the OPPO Find X3 Lite has a 4,300mAh capacity and still sports 65W SuperVOOC 2.0 charging. lThis is also the only model from the lineup that comes with a headphone jack.

OPPo Find X3 Lite

The OPPO Find X3 Lite comes in Galactic Silver, Starry Black and Astral Blue colors. The price is £399.

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