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Oppo, a premium smartphone maker which hails from China has already started running its operations in India. While in the global scenario, smartphone lovers have already got shown a thumbs up for the company's N1 smartphone, the new Find 7 device has now headed online touting its a Quad HD resolution (2560x1440 pixel) display.
The device can be called as the tablet version of the company's previously launched Find 5 smartphone. Moreover, the latest reports available online suggest that the tablet will get launched on March 19th.
When it comes to the variants, the Chinese company has a smart plan with the Find 7 smartphone. It is reportedly said that the two variants would consist of Full HD display and Quad HD display. However, the it looks like the FHD model (X9007) has already been spotted on GFXBench and has just also recently passed through Tenaa certification (China's FCC equivalent).
Further the X9007 model with a full HD display (1920 x 1080) will be powered by a Snapdragon MSM8974 SoC (CPU clocked at 2.26 GHz) and a Premium version which comes with a X9077 model number and a QHD panel (2560 x 1440) would be powered by a Snapdragon MSM8974AC SoC (CPU clocked at 2.46 GHz). The Find 7 does appear to sport a dual-LED flash module, and we're likely looking at a typical polycarbonate shell.
Also the device has spotted on the Chinese equivalent of the FCC called the TENAA. Which means that the X9007 version of the Oppo Find 7 has been recently certified. Also very much like the Find 5, the Find 7 will have a plastic back.
We will keep you in loop regarding this device. Until then stay tuned to GizBot!