OPPO did confirm the Find 7 way back in June. There wasn't much said at the time other than about how OPPO was "currently developing the next phone in the Find series, the Find 7.” While there has been some Find 7 rumors and leaks since June, the official chatter went quiet. And despite not getting a bunch of specifics today, it does look like OPPO is getting ready to begin offering some more detail.
The company recently shared an image and brief mention on Twitter. First things first though, the image (which is seen above) was not of the handset. Instead it was just a general teaser style, but it did mention the Find 7 name along with the campaign; #AlwaysImprove.
To that point, OPPO has said the Find 5 is celebrating its first birthday today. More important was the next part, about how the Find 5 was "just the beginning." That is where the Find 7 comes in to play. OPPO has yet to release any specs or specifics, however if we look towards the always improve bit -- it seems we will be looking at an improved device.
While that is sort of stating the obvious, recent rumors have been suggesting the Find 7 will feature a Snapdragon 805 processor and 5.7-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. There has also been talk of the handset having 3GB of RAM, a 5 megapixel front-facing camera and 13 megapixel rear-facing camera. Based on the two camera listings, it seems they will not be re-using the rotating camera from the N1 on the Find 7.