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Oppo Find 7 will feature a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1440x2560

In a previous teaser, Oppo revealed their upcoming Find 7 would feature a 2560x1440 resolution display. Now the company has confirmed the screen size will be 5.5-inches with "the feel of a 5-inch screen device".
December 26, 2013

Just like we saw with the Oppo N1, Oppo has begun the process of slowly releasing new information about its upcoming Find 7 handset via a series of teasers meant to bring both attention and improved international brand recognition to the still relatively unknown manufacturer.

In an earlier teaser, Oppo revealed the Find 7 would be one of the world’s first handsets with a 1440×2560 (aka 2k) resolution. Now the company has unveiled the device’s screen size: it will be 5.5-inches with a ppi of 538.

The teaser also says the handset will be a 5.5-inch handset with the “feel” of a device with a 5-inch display, which may indicate that Oppo is following LG’s example with the G2 and moving things around so they can put a bigger display in less space — though keep in mind that’s just speculation on our part.

Aside from the screen size and resolution, we know very little else about the handset. Turning to the rumor mill however, the Find 7 could reportedly feature a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 CPU, 3GB RAM, a 13MP shooter, an Adreno 450 GPU and a 4000 mAh battery. Of course these specs have yet to be confirmed, so take them with a grain of salt.

As for when we’ll see the Oppo Find 7 officially announced, that’s harder to say. More than likely though, Oppo will continue the teasing for at least a few more weeks, and will take the wraps off the FInd 7 completely sometime in early-2014.

Either way, judging by the Find 5, N1 and the teasers that have already begun for the Oppo Find 7 — we’re in for one heck of a device. What do you think of the Oppo Find 7 based on what we know so far? How do you feel about the company’s products in general?