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.
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The CyanogenMod team explains how over-the-air (OTA) updates work and why it can take a lot of time to patch bugs on CM devices.
Images of a new “Midnight Black” edition of the OPPO N1 have appeared online, although the new color scheme hasn’t been officially confirmed.
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.
OnePlus, the startup founded by ex-Oppo executives, announced it’s the official partner of the CyanogenMod team and that the first fruit of the collaboration will be available in the first half of the year.
Those who couldn’t wait for the special CyanogenMod version of the Oppo N1 can now download and easily install the ROM on their standard Oppo N1 handset. Read on for more!
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”.
According to a new teaser image from Oppo, the Oppo Find 7 will be one of the world’s first smartphones to feature a 2K display. Keep reading to learn more!