OPPO Find 7 Rumored to Sport a 2560×1440 Resolution Display and the Monsterous Snapdragon 805 Processor



The OPPO Find 7 has been rumored for quite a while now, and we've heard a ton of different spec sheets for the device. We were expecting it to have a 7-inch display, hence the name "Find 7", which now is supposedly going to have a 2560×1440 resolution, and actually be 5.7-inches, kind of strange since the name is the Find 7. Which is about a 2k resolution. About twice as many pixels as a 1080p display. Perhaps OEMs are getting a bit carried away? As much as I love that kind of display on a 10-inch tablet, I don't think we need it on any display smaller than that.

The display isn't all that's new in today's rumor mill. But also the processor. Previously, we thought it was going to have the Snapdragon 800 processor. Which at the time of writing this, is the most powerful processor Qualcomm has available. However they have recently announced the Snapdragon 805 which is a slight bump from the Snapdragon 800 processor that's inside devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 & Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, LG's G2, and Google's Nexus 5 among a few others. The Snapdragon 805 paves the road to Ultra HD smartphone displays, as it actually supports 4K displays. Man I hope we have a 10,000mAh battery to go with that display. It's a quad-core 2.5GHz processor, which has four Krait 450 cores. It's also got the Adreno 420 GPU, for some serious gaming.


What else are we looking at? Well it's said to have a 13MP camera on the back with a 5MP camera on the front, along with 3GB of RAM and LTE support. So perhaps this one will actually make a splash in the US. I'd love to see it picked up by a couple carriers as well, as I've heard nothing but great things about OPPO and their devices.

The OPPO Find 7, with these specs – if they do turn out to be true – would they be enough for you to pick up an OPPO device? Even if it does run you about $600-700 for the unlocked version? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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