A slew of high-end devices with 1440 x 2560 displays are coming this year, and the Oppo Find 7 may be among the first. The device has been acknowledged by Oppo for quite some time as the successor of the excellent Find 5, which was the first Full HD device to be announced, back in late 2012.
Besides upping the ante with a higher resolution display, Oppo is rumored to be packing a best in class processor inside the Find 7, which may mean, depending on the time of the release – a Snapdragon 800 or Snapdragon 805 processor. Rumor has it that 3GB will make heavy multitasking a breeze on the upcoming device. Other specs are in the air for the moment, though if Oppo’s track record is an indication, we can expect more good stuff from the Find 7.
Now user Windwalker from Oppo Forums put together a mockup of the Find 7 based on various leaks that emerged in the last months and on teasers from Oppo itself. The mockup (pictured above, click to enlarge) is not perfect – the audio jack and USB port are incorrectly positioned and the thickness of the device seems to be too small. But the general shape of the device is in line with the recently leaked front panel of the Find 7. And the fact that Oppo community manager Adam Mosolygo found it good enough to share tells us that the mockup is pretty close to reality.
Now, if Oppo could only manage to accelerate the Find 7’s release, so it doesn’t come out in late 2014, as a comment on Google Plus suggests…
Would you like a device with this general design? What’s the best designed device from Oppo in your opinion?