OPPO is going to introduce the world to the OPPO Find 7 very soon, but before they do so, we may have already seen this device. Well technically not yet, but down below you will find leaked images of the OPPO Find 7., and there are some obvious things you will notice.
If you are a fan of OPPO devices, you will immediately notice that the Find 7 closely resembles the Find 5. This isn't a big deal for many, like HTC and the design of the All New HTC One, OPPO is sticking to a design pattern that has worked for them in the past. The new Find 7, if these photos are the real deal, is going to be more rounded, and a little thicker at the bottom, but besides that, not much has changed.
It seems as though most of the updates to this device are down under the hood. Though it is rumored that OPPO is producing two versions of the Find 7. The first of the two rumored devices, is said to have a display size of 5.5-inches with a resolution of 1920x1080. This model is also said to run on a Snapdragon 800 and has 2GB of RAM. The other model has a bit higher specs, which suggest a device more in line with other 2014 flagship devices.
The higher end model of the OPPO Find 7 is said to have a Snapdragon 801 inside, which is the norm for other 2014 flagship devices. The Samsung Galaxy S5 has an 801, and the All New HTC One, is said to have an 801 as well. The display size is the same as the earlier mentioned device, except for a resolution of 2560x1440, this device will also up the Ram by 1GB.
Keep in mind that the specs are rumors, so there is no certainty that these are what we will see on the official device, or possible devices. Still, the images are the story here, and they tell more than one could type. So be sure to check out the images, and let us know what you think. The device is due to launch on March 19th, with reports suggesting the devices will be available the very next day to purchase. On that day we will have official word as to what OPPO is dropping on us, but until then, what are you hoping to see? Are you excited to see what OPPO has to offer, or just waiting for other devices to be available?