Oppo Find 7 Poses for Pictures in Latest Leak and Gets Some Specs Confirmed

The Oppo Find 7 has been another heavily leaked device as of recently. It's not nearly as leaked as the All New HTC One, but we have been seeing pictures and hearing tons of rumors about it. Some of the main rumors that we've been hearing as of late have been about the camera and battery size. The current rumor for the Oppo Find 7's camera is that it will feature a 50-megapixel rear facing camera. The battery is rumored to be a 4000 mAh, which should last power users for quite a while.

Today we're seeing more leaked images of the Oppo Find 7. The images come from Weibo, a social networking site in China and they were posted by Oppo in an attempt to tease consumers. These new photos show the front and the back of the new device, as well as a photo of what looks like a note with the specs for the Find 7. These specs don't tell us the whole story, though. For example, they left out the camera size for the rear facing camera, and we still don't have any confirmation on the battery size. What the image does tell us is that the Find 7 will feature a quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard storage. We're also seeing a 1920x1080 resolution 5.5-inch screen and a 5-megapixel front facing camera.

These specs don't look bad at all, so far. From the pictures that we've seen of the device recently, it doesn't appear to be a bad looking device, either. The actual device looks to be pretty thin and while the design is nothing we haven't seen before, it doesn't have any crazy textures on it. It appears to be simple yet elegant.

The Oppo Find 7 is set to be announced on March 17th in an event in the Beijing Art District. That's where we'll be hearing the official details on this device. We all know that as the announcement date gets nearer, the leaks get more frequent. These particular leaks are from Oppo themselves, so who knows what other information they've got for us before they officially announce their new product.

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