Oppo Find X3 Neo leaks, shows off the third handset in the upcoming X3 lineup


Images of the unannounced Oppo Find X3 Neo have leaked again, this time giving us our best look yet at the third phone in Oppo’s upcoming Find X3 phone lineup, NieuweMobiel.nl reports. As tipster Evan Blass has subsequently pointed out, the handset appears to be a rebranded version of Oppo’s Reno5 Pro Plus 5G. The phone is expected to be announced next month alongside the Find X3 Pro and Find X3 Lite. Since the Find X3 Neo is based on an existing phone, we already have an idea of what its specs might be. These include a Snapdragon 865 processor, 4,500mAh battery with 65W fast charging, and a 6.55-inch 90Hz OLED display. Around back there are four cameras: a 50-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 13-megapixel telephoto, a 16-megapixel ultrawide, and a 2-megapixel macro. The Find X3 Pro, meanwhile, appears to be an all-new device. And the cameras are particularly interesting. It’s reportedly got a pair of 50-megapixel sensors – one wide-angle and one ultrawide – as well as a 13-megapixel camera. All three phones are expected to be announced soon, with a release in April.

Blackmagic’s new ‘Pro’ Pocket Cinema Camera 6K has the new tilt-screen

Blackmagic is releasing a new, “Pro” version of its Pocket Cinema Camera 6K, which looks to fix a lot of the pain points in the original. It adds a tiltable, brighter screen (and an optional electronic viewfinder attachment), a bigger battery, and built-in ND. The camera is slotting into Blackmagic’s line-up above the regular 6K, coming in at $2,495, about $500 more than the non-Pro version. While the new features still won’t make the camera ideal for consumers, they will bring some quality-of-life improvements to filmmakers and video production houses on a budget – especially the tiltable screen. Being able to tilt the screen up or down will help make the camera easier to use, and could even remove the need for an external monitor, depending on your shooting style. The camera has four built-in filters that cut down light by two, four, and six stops for when the sun is shining a bit too brightly. The cameras may appeal to different types of shooters, but the result is certainly stunning.

Android 12 may have stacked widgets and a new look for the lock screen

Google has now officially made its Android 12 developer preview available, allowing curious folks to dig in and see what the company has actually been working on. The past couple of days have brought many discoveries of tweaks and features that Android 12 will offer, including some hints at what UI changes may be on the way. First up: stacked widgets, similar to iOS. The “expanded smart space” feature appears to let users scroll between widgets occupying the same space on the home screen. It’s similar to the Smart Stacks feature introduced in iOS 14, which allows you to “stack” widgets of the same size and scroll between them. On the lock screen, it floats to the right when notifications come in. The always-on display also shows a new placement of notification icons in the upper left of the screen. It’s hard to know what these UI changes will look like in their final form, but we do know that Google is planning to change certain aspects of its UI like notification appearance.