Oppo has been teasing us with morsels of information on the successor to the Find 5, the Find 7, for a few months now. It’s been revealed that the Find 7 will be the first phone with a 2K (2560×1440) 5.5-inch display, and that the device will be unveiled on March 19 in Beijing.

In between all of the MWC madness, Oppo has found the time to unleash a teaser video which does just that, tease. The video doesn’t tell us much about the Find 7, but we do know one thing, it’s rectangular, with a slightly rounded top and bottom. And it comes in black. Did we mention it was rectangular?

The video shows off the silhouette of the Find 7, with several flashes going off in the background and foreground. That could be a reference to an awesome flash module, or perhaps great lowlight photo taking, but that might be reading into it a little too much. Despite the video not revealing much of the Find 7, we’ll be in Beijing on March 19 to provide you with full coverage of the Find 7.

  • inkflow

    1. It looks too much like the Find 5.
    2. On March 19th they will probably say that it will be available in about 2 months.
    3. Rumors are suggesting that it will have only FHD display after all.
    4. A Snapdragon 800 processor can be only regarded as catching up with the current offering of the competition.

    In summary, it becomes more and more disappointing as time passes.

    • Adam Koueider

      There was nothing wrong with the Find 5 design, why redesign the wheel if it’s unnecessary. 2K display has been confirmed by Oppo, and the Snapdragon 805 won’t be available until the next half of the year meaning the phablet refreshes will probably be the first phones running the chip. You can only do so much.

      • inkflow

        Well the 801 should be out within a month. It really seems to me that Oppo are the last to arrive to the 800 party.

  • Andr√© Tapiau

    I came

  • AndroidBoss

    Oppo is best Chinese company. Only one I consider premium.

  • Kaivalya shah
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    u mean rectangular? (not square)

    • Adam Koueider

      Clearly, I passed high school geometry…. Sorry about that! Fixed!