Here at Android Authority we’re eagerly awaiting the launch of Oppo’s latest handset in just over a week’s time, and to feed our addiction, some new picture of the smartphone, along with some specs, have appeared on the Red Dot Design award website. Strangely, the listing appears to have subsequently disappeared from the Red Dot website, so we can assume that it was posted a little too early. Even so, that doesn’t stop us from having a peek at Oppo’s sleek design.
According to the Red Dot description, before it was removed, the phone has a metal frame and the “glass and the frame will become seamless”. There’s also a “crescent-shaped” LED notification light built into the bottom of the phone, as you can see in the image below.
The Oppo Find 7 is also shaping up to be a decent piece of kit in the hardware department, with Oppo already teasing a 2560×1400 display version of the handset, alongside a more standardized 1920×1080 version as well. The product description also mentioned that the Find 7 would contain a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad-core processor and that it would support TD-LTE 4G wireless networks. There’s also further confirmation of the 5.5 inch display with a resolution of 2560×1440, and the mention of a 13 Megapixel camera.
Sadly the specs listed seem to quash last week’s rumor of a 50 Megapixel camera, unless the two different versions of Oppo’s new handset will also ship with two different camera variations as well.
What do you make of the Oppo Find 7’s looks and specs? Are you excited for the handset’s official unveiling on March 19th?