Earlier this week, press renders of the Oppo Find 7 surfaced on the Red Dot Design site, before eventually getting pulled down. Now we’re getting an even better look at the handset, thanks to newly leaked live images of the device.
Pictures of the upcoming Oppo Find 7 smartphone have appeared on the Red Dot Design award website, along with some hardware specs. Sadly, there’s no sign of the 50 Megapixel camera.
This week in your world of Android: the new HTC One leaked in an extensive hands-on video, the Paranoid Android team revealed plans for the future, updates rolled out to several Google apps, the Galaxy S4 began receiving the KitKat update, the Oppo Find 7 was in the news, and Samsung introduced its new Milk Music service.
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In a new teaser, Oppo has revealed there are two versions of the Find 7, one with a 1080p display and the other with a QHD resolution. Read on to learn more!
Is the OPPO Find 7 going to come with a 50MP camera? According to a post on Weibo, a Chinese micro-blogging site, yes, the OPPO Find 7 will have a 50MP camera. Apparently OPPO themselves have posted a sample photo to prove it.
In between all of the MWC madness, Oppo has dropped a teaser video for its upcoming flagship the Find 7, giving (almost) nothing away.
Oppo just announced it will launch its latest flagship, the Find 7, at a press event in Beijing on March 19. Expect a Quad HD screen, plenty of raw power, and sleek design.
User Windwalker from Oppo Forums put together a realistic mockup of the Find 7 based on various leaks that emerged in the last months and on teasers from Oppo itself.
In a previous teaser, Oppo revealed their upcoming Find 7 would feature a 2560×1440 resolution display. Now the company has confirmed the screen size will be 5.5-inches with “the feel of a 5-inch screen device”.
This week in your world of Android: news of Quad HD phones emerged, the Pebble grabbed the spotlight, the first wood Moto X finally launched, Android 4.3 updates hit a bunch of devices, LG announced the first Chrome OS all-in-one PC, rumors of a Note Pro tablet surfaced, and Cyanogen shared some great news.