Oppo R7 Leaked Info Reveals Price Tag Of Next Flagship

    This week we get the info that the Oppo R7 will be aiming to compete with the Galaxy A7. However, if a latest report (which cites leaked images from an internal Oppo presentation) is to be believed, the Chinese company is actually targeting the Huawei P8 with its upcoming smartphone.

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    Oppo R7 Leaked Info Reveals Price Tag Of Next Flagship

    As clear from the image above, the R7 will carry a price tag of 2,999 Yuan (Rs. 30,911). This compares to the P8, which was released last month, and is priced at 2,888 Yuan (Rs. 29,767) in China.

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    This news comes just days after the leak that two versions of the Oppo's upcoming smartphone (which are for China Telecom and China Mobile, respectively) have received network certification in China. The device is likely to be unveiled on May 20.

    Oppo R7 Leaked Info Reveals Price Tag Of Next Flagship

    This release from Oppo will give a stiff competition to the phones from Apple, Motorola, Xiaomi, LG, Xolo and other mobile manufacturers. The design and specifications of the phone is quite good and expensive.

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    Meanwhile, reports also suggest that the Chinese manufacturer will also launch the Oppo R7 Max alongside Oppo R7. The R7 Max will reportedly be the premium device with a bigger battery and slightly bumped thickness.

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