There has been several official teasers from OPPO in amongst the numerous leaks and rumors surrounding the Find 7. One in particular arrived back towards the end of last year. That one confirmed the display size at 5.5-inches and with a resolution of 2560 x 1440. While that seemed to have been good enough news, later rumors began mentioning another handset, one with a 5.5-inch display and resolution of 1920 x 1080.
Details for the two handsets came by way of leaked AnTuTu benchmark reports. The reports were showing the devices as the x9007 and the x9077, with the higher resolution model being the latter. Regardless though, that left some questioning whether OPPO had plans to release two models of the Find 7. And well, it seems they will be doing just that.
A new image teaser has been shared by OPPO on the Chinese language Weibo. The image sits at the bottom of the post, however the key details include the mention of both display resolutions. It seems those leaked benchmarks were indeed accurate. Along with the display details, there was also a date of March 19th, which is when we are expecting to see the Find 7 get an official unveil.
Of course, the March 19th date comes more as confirmation than surprise. If you remember back, that date was tipped back in mid-February when another series of OPPO released teaser images surfaced. Anyway, March 19th is roughly two weeks from today and it looks like that is when the official and complete set of specs will finally be revealed.
For now, unconfirmed reports still point towards the handset as having a Snapdragon 800 processor with 3GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage space, a 5MP front-facing camera, 13MP rear-facing camera and Android 4.3.