What may be the Oppo Find 7 has made an appearance. On a design awards website, what’s listed as the “Find7” is displayed prominently. The details of the post list it as an Oppo device, so they may have tipped their hat with regard to the aesthetics of the handset. If it is thef inal version of the Oppo Find 7, we’re a bit miffed.

Looking at the handset — and reading the description of what’s on display — we see a 13MP camera. While that isn’t necessarily a bad thing, we’d been teased a few days ago with a 50MP shooter. There could be several iterations of the device, with a 50MP shooter being the “flagship” flagship, but that remains to be seen.

The site also details specs for the newest Oppo. According to the product description, the Find 7 has a “Snapdragon 800 quad-core processer, 5.5 inch 2560*1440 HD screen and 13 megapixel camera, and meanwhile supports TD-LTE 4G network”. They also say the design is seamless, with the glass and frame offering no skips or ridges to speak of. The sides are listed as metal, and it looks as though both front and back are glass.

A gorgeous device, the specs also hint at one that will make you proud to own it. Expected to be announced sometime this month, the Oppo Find 7 is shaping up to be one of the better Android devices around. We just hope a 50MP shooter finds its way onto the device somehow.

Via: Liliputing


  1. I’m pretty sure there were rumors of two models so… The confusing thing is if this 2K screen has a 13mp, then why would the 1080 have much higher? To make up for the screen difference? Idk. Maybe it never had a 50mp to begin with.

    • We’ve heard it too many ways, man. Two models, four models, two cameras on one, different cameras on each…. specs changes, all of it.
      We’ll find out later this month what Oppo has planned.

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