The company announced the Oppo Find X3 in China on the second day of the Inno Day 2020 conference. The new full-path color management system will be integrated with the Oppo Find X3 series, which will be first introduced in an Android phone next year. This phone will have a native 10-bit display. It was also said earlier that phones will be offered with 10 bit display, but they were introduced with 8 bit display. So far, 8-bit panels have been featured in many phones, including the Oppo Find X2.
Oppo says that this full-path color management system will provide “outstanding viewing experience” and “Authentic and accurate color reproduction”. The new system will get HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format) support for saving storage space. The company says that the research and development team has worked on color reproduction by improving basic systems and hardware. Oppo’s full-path color management system covers all steps from image acquisition to computation, encoding, storage, and decoding. In addition to HEIF support, it has 10 bit color depth and DCI-P3 wide color gamut support, so that color management in the Find X3 is superb.
Apart from this, Oppo has also introduced a new color correction solution called Color Correction Solution 2.0. This solution has been introduced for those who suffer from color vision differences. Oppo has partnered with Zhejiang University to develop this solution. This new color correction system allows users to create their own display.
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