Early rumors and leaks are always sketchy, but sometimes they can reveal something that is months away from being announced, much less released to the public. Two years ago Oppo proved to the world that it can make more than just high quality audio equipment and other electronics, it made a first-rate phone at a more affordable price than those other larger manufacturers called the Find 5. While this wasn’t Oppo’s first time in the smartphone game it was the first time they got the attention of the masses. As a follow up to that device we got the Find 7 last year, with crazy features like a 13-megapixel camera that can produce 50-megapixel images and an overall super high-quality build.
Now it looks as if Oppo is gearing up to announce the 2015 version of their phone, the Find 9. Above you can see the first alleged leak of the device, which seems to feature an almost bezel-less display as the Sharp Aquos Crystal does, except with the phone components being on the top of the display instead of on the bottom like the Aquos Crystal has. Outside of that if this is indeed the Find 9 it’s clear that Oppo is drastically changing their design from the one seen on the Find 7, as the alleged Find 9 pictured here is completely rectangular with no obvious curves whatsoever. Of course there’s also the fact that this was taken very quickly somewhere and in sub-par lighting conditions, as the phone itself isn’t really in focus in the first place.
Along with the shot, there’s a small bit of specs that we could see in the phone. Being a Spring release the Oppo Find 9 will likely pack in a Snapdragon 810 64-bit octo-core processor, along with 4GB of RAM. VOOC quick charging will more than likely be included too as that’s a big selling feature of the Find 7 and many of Oppo’s other phones, and of course we’re expecting this to launch with a new version of ColorOS based on Android 5.0 Lollipop. Since all of these are rumors take them with a grain of salt. This of course also leads us to wonder if the OnePlus Two will resemble the Find 9 in the way that the OnePlus One closely resembled the Find 7 too.