OPPO Find 7 Slated to be Unveiled at Mobile World Congress, But What Will OPPO Show That We Don't Already Know?

OPPO has been teasing the Find 7 for quite a while now. We already know the screen size, processor, and a ton of other information about the device. The OPPO Find 7 is reportedly going to be the successor to the Find 5. Even though it won't be sporting a 7-inch display, while the name hints at that.

It's becoming apparent that OPPO is looking to release their Find 7 at Mobile World Congress next month. Mobile World Congress is taking place from February 24th-27th in Barcelona. Which we expect to see a lot of phones announced there. The OPPO Find 7 also has some new specs in this leak from cnBeta, which believes that the OPPO Find 7 will be priced at $594. According to this leak, we're looking at a 5.5-inch 2560x1440 resolution display, 13MP camera on the back, 5MP on the front, being powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor. It's also slated to have 3GB of RAM along with 16GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot so you can expand that up to an additional 64GB of storage. There's also 4G LTE on board, which is great for those of us in the US. It'll also be running Android with OPPO's Color OS on top, but we don't know what version of Android it'll be running. Hopefully we'll see some KitKat love.

As we mentioned earlier, the price is supposed to be around 3,598 Yuan which is about $594 at the current exchange rate. It'll probably be a little cheaper than that when it actually launches in the US (likely unlocked only and not on a carrier). But do remember that this is a rumor, and it's unverified, so we'll have to take it with a grain of salt for now. Even though we've confirmed a lot of these specs through OPPO's own Twitter account. The pricing and a few other details have not been confirmed.

How many of you are excited about the OPPO Find 7? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

Via: Unwired View
Source: cnBeta

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