Oppo Teases Find 7 Officially Amid Rumors: Coming in Early 2013

By Vivek

Oppo, the maker of N1 smartpohone has been busy preparing its R1 handset which is supposed to be a premium looking mid-range handset. While, the Chinese smartphone maker has already been teasing their other handset called the Oppo Find 7.

Oppo Teases Find 7 Officially Amid Rumors: Coming in Early 2013


The Chinese website Weibo posted the teaser image couple of days ago. The company also claims through the website that the teased device will be launched early next year (2014).

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Chip maker Qualcomm released its latest Snapdragon 805 SoC recently and the upcoming Find 7 from Oppo is reportedly said to use the same chipset. The information comes from the leaks that occurred few days ago. Moreover, the smartphone is also said to support LTE networks. Apart from these, rumors has it, that the smartphone will use a competitive 3GB RAM.

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The newly leaked Find 7 would come with a 5.7 inch display offering a 2560x1440 pixel resolution. It is expected to launched with 32GB on board memory.

There would probably be 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front facing shooter as well. Taking the reference from the previous rumors, it might be powered by a 4000 mAh battery.

If the rumored specs turn out to materialize, it would surely give Sasmung's Galaxy Note 3 and other devices a tough time. Stay tuned to us for more updates!


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