For the first time ever, you’ll be able find OnePlus and Oppo devices outside of the legacy channel, using the same main channel as PA uses for Nexus devices. This means quicker and more stable ROMs going forward!
The Oppo Find 7 (QHD) is now up for pre-order internationally, priced at $599. The handset is expected to ship by early July.
Hot on the heels of the release of CM11 M7, the CyanogenMod team is pushing out CM11 nightlies for more devices. Last week was the Sony Xperia Z2, and now it’s time for the two Chinese wonders that have been in the spotlight lately – the Oppo Find 7a and the OnePlus One.
Oppo made the N1 mini official today in China, and if you know anything about the original N1, its compact counterpart will feel very familiar.
The Oppo Find 7a may not feature a Quad HD display like its premium version, but still has a lot to offer. Here’s the review of the Oppo Find 7a!
The Oppo Find 7 is, for all intents and purposes, one of the most technologically advanced smartphones ever made. It features ultra fast charging which enables it to reach 75% battery life in 30 mins. It’s Find 7 counterpart features a 2560×1440 5.5 inch display. It also packs a 13 megapixel IMX214 Sony sensor with dedicated ISP, Dual-mode LED with an aperture f/2.0, and is capable of grabbing pretty excellent shots under most conditions. Anyway, there’s only so much a post can do to describe its capabilities, so see the attached images and video above with some 100 crops to get…
The Oppo N1 Mini has now been spotted in several images, courtesy of the FCC. As you can see, it’s 5-inch 720p display means this ‘mini’ is actually pretty big.
What happens when you make a “mini” version of a monestrous 5.9-inch handset? The end result is a Mini with a screen size that most of us would still call relatively big, or at least that’s the case with the 5-inch Oppo N1 Mini.
We take a closer look at one of the most interesting features of the Oppo Find 7a, the VOOC fast charging
Controversy is boiling over in online forums, as some accuse OnePlus of being misleading about the fact that it’s closely related to Oppo. How important is that for you?