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OPPO Unveils Full-Path Color Management System

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Future smartphone trends lie in wide color spectrum and high color depth and that’s exactly where OPPO is at with the newly released Full-path Color Management System. This is set to premiere as part of OPPO’s 2021 new flagship smartphones Find X3 series and will deliver an outstanding viewing experience with it authentic and accurate color reproduction.

As a management system, the full-path color management system adopted higher specification algorithm and hardware to record color when capturing. OPPO’s R&D engineering promoted almost 20 algorithms in the areas such as distortion correction, multi-frame noise reduction and perceptual extreme super-resolution. Moreover, OPPO will be the first to support image sensors featuring Digital Overlap HDR mode, a technology in which it synthesizes different exposure conditions into an image. Therefore, brilliant colors are captured even when pictures are taken against bright light.

OPPO’s R&D engineering team improved the underlying system and hardware that supports colour reproduction. The system is an end-to-end solution, covering all the steps from image acquisition, to computation, encoding, storage, decoding, and finally display, supporting a High Efficiency Image File Format image with 10bit high color depth and the P3 wide color.

Compared with the depth of 8-bits, the 10-bit color depth tones down the artificial visual features brought about by gaps in colors. It further improves color gradient to enhance the quality of visual content during creation and post-editing. Through this authentic, accurate, and individualized color management, OPPO aims to offer users an intuitive way to experience the world and capture life at its most colorful.

For OPPO, years of innovation have led to new heights of color expression for smartphone displays. The Full-path Color Management System will be first available in OPPO’s 2021 flagship Find X3 series. Going forward, OPPO’s flagship smartphones will fully support a 10-bit color depth and the P3 color gamut, our benchmark for selecting image sensors for our flagship series.

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