Yep, there are 3 main types of POV. The one you’re probably most familiar with is Third-Person, which may be the most common version of narrative voice. This is easily identifiable through the use of “he”, “she”, “they”, and “it”. They can be further categorized as Objective, Limited, or Omniscient. If it’s an Objective POV, the narrator knows nothing of the character’s thoughts, as if they were sitting on a bench narrating a game they’re observing. Limited POV would be from right behind the narrator, shadowing their every move and are privy to their thoughts, but just that character’s thoughts. Omniscient POV is like being an eye in the sky, listening to all of the thoughts of all of the characters in the story.
Next would be First-Person and it gets right in there and personal, with “I”, “me”, and “we”. You become the narrator. You only know what that narrator knows and nothing more. And much less common is Second-Person narration, using “you”, “your”, and “yours”. Depending on how the author wants us to relate to the story, the selection of POV is critical and will determine how the story unfolds.