Oppo Find 5 specs are now officially official, heading to the US for $499 contract-free

December 5, 2012
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Talk about stating the obvious. Oppo, who’s been tormenting us with a far too long and exhausting hype-building campaign for the Find 5 phone, has finally decided to make the 5-incher’s spec sheet public surprising no one.

There’s nothing there we haven’t already heard about at least a couple of times, which has got to be frustrating. Then again, the actual specs remain impressive, starting off with that Full HD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 2, going through the 16 GB of internal memory, 2 GB of RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, DLNA, Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, 2500 mAh battery and wrapping it all up with a quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 Pro CPU.

What the spec sheet doesn’t reveal is the Find 5’s design, which has remained the only mystery about the “beast”. Not only do we still not have official pics starring the phone, but we’ve also heard some troubling rumors about an increase in bulk which we’d like denied ASAP.

Oh, right, almost forgot – the spec sheet has been posted on Oppo’s US website (really, it is, even if it doesn’t look like much), which means the States are going to get this soon. And for a pretty decent unsubsidized price of $499. Slim chances of any American carrier picking the Find 5 up however, so unlocked will probably be the only flavor of this big guy this side of the Pacific.

Remember, Oppo is scheduled to present the Find 5 next Wednesday, on the 12th, in Beijing, so that’s when we’ll get the answers to the couple of questions that are still racking our brains.

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