While we can appreciate the occasional hype-building marketing campaign, Oppo might have gone a bit too far in promoting its next flagship phone, the Find 5.
When it was first announced, we heard that the Oppo Find 5 would be a record-breaking 6.65 thick, but it has been creeping up in size since. Now the word is that the Oppo Find 5 will be 8 or even 9mm thick.
The race for who can deliver the world’s first ever smartphone with a stunning 1080p display has been on for a while, and with HTC unveiling the J Butterfly, the ball got thrown again in Oppo’s court.
Fall is upon us and the Thanksgiving holiday season (and all the numerous sales and discounts that arrive around that time of year) is getting ever closer. As was the case every single year, smartphone manufacturers are gearing up right about this time to provide the “best and latest” of the Android ecosystem, in an attempt to gain a place in the smartphone consumer’s heart, mind and wallet. See the best Android smartphones of fall 2012 after the jump!
LG’s Optimus G might get the honor of being the first ever Snapdragon S4 Pro-powered phone to enjoy a wide release, but it shouldn’t take long for its awesome spec sheet to be undercut.
Everybody might be talking about the iPhone 5 right now and how it stacks up against the competition of the Samsung Galaxy S3 or HTC One X, but in just a few short months we might have an entire new set of contenders for the title of the world’s fastest smartphone.
After releasing two of the world’s thinnest phones, Oppo is about to launch another great 5-inch phone that will feature 1080p display, 441 PPI, and a quad core S4 Pro processor.