At the OPPO INNO DAY 2020, the Chinese company showcased its impressive rollable display concept smartphone, dubbed as OPPO X 2021. Apart from that, the company has also teased features for its upcoming flagship phones.
On the second day of the INNO DAY 2020, the company revealed that the upcoming OPPO Find X3 flagship smartphone will come with support for full DCI-P3 wide color gamut and 10-bit color depth across “capture, storage, and display” to offer accurate colors.
The technology is being called “Full-path Color Management System” by the company and the company also claims it to be the “very first” Android color management system to offer such performance. The company says that it will deliver an “outstanding viewing experience” with “authentic and accurate color reproduction.”
There are a few devices available in the market, which are termed as “10-bit” compatible but are actually “8+2-bit” or “8-bit + FRC”, which basically mimics the 10-bit display performance using an 8-bit panel.
Even the OPPO Find X2 uses the same 8+2-bit system but the company has now confirmed that it will be shifting to a native 10-bit display for the upcoming Find X3 smartphone. For calibration, the company will be boosting accuracy with a lower JNCD (Just Noticeable Color Difference) ratio of 0.4.
It will also come with support for 10-bit HEIF capture and storage, for which the company claims that it had to rewrite the underlying system because of legacy 8-bit support. The Color Correction Solution 2.0 is built on top of Android’s default color correction mode in the accessibility settings and will go beyond the three color options — deuteranomaly (red-green), protanomaly (red-green), and tritanomaly (blue-yellow).
UP NEXT: POCO M3 key specifications leak reveals Snapdragon 662 processor, 6,000mAh battery, and more
ALWAYS BE THE FIRST TO KNOW – FOLLOW US!