Whilst it’s likely that Oppo received a lot of their new-found fame from the recently released Oppo N1 – a device that has new innovative features such as a rotatable camera and a touch-pad on the rear chassis, Oppo are still looking to continue other areas of their smartphone venture, and this includes the Find range, which was previously only inhabited by the Oppo Find 5 smartphone.
A new tease by Oppo has revealed a new Oppo Find 7, and whilst no details on the device were given, if rumors are to believed, it’s hardware specifications are looking very impressive.
According to various rumors and reports, the Oppo Find 7 will have a 5.7 inch 2560×1440 resolution display, giving it a 2K resolution, and a crazy 515 PPI.
To power the new Oppo Find 7, a Snapdragon 805 will be working behind the scenes. This chipset was announced a while back by Qualcomm and includes a 2.5GHz quad core processor and 4G LTE support, something which is currently unavailable in any Oppo device. On top of this, the new Oppo Find 7 will also include 3GB of RAM.
I’m not sure why it has been given the name Find 7, seeing as it is a direct successor to the Find 5, but it may be due to it’s 5.7 inch display.
Details were revealed by Oppo on Twitter, however specification details were not official and have come from other sources who claim to know insider details on the upcoming new Oppo Find 7.
Make sure to check back soon as we’ll be keeping up to date with this story as it unfolds.