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Oppo Find 7: FHD and QHD Models Officially Confirmed

by Mihai Matei on March 4, 2014


It’s no longer a mystery that the Oppo Find 7 is expected to be announced in about two weeks from now, on March 19 in Beijing. The time for riddles has ended some time ago, as Oppo has recently made the announcement date official. The company has great faith in this new flagship, and considers it a powerful Samsung Galaxy S5 competitor. Through the numerous teaser videos and images that have been revealed during these past few weeks, we’ve learned quite a few things about this device, including the fact that it will feature a removable back cover that can be locked in place by a small switch.

Via the AnTuTu database, we’ve also learned that the Find 7 might arrive in not one, but two main variants, one of which will boast a QHD display. This bit of the puzzle, however, has not been officially confirmed by Oppo (although it has been hinted), until earlier today. Check it out!

Oppo Find 7: FHD and QHD Models Officially Confirmed

Oppo Find 7: FHD and QHD Models Officially Confirmed

Oppo Find 7 FHD and QHD Models Confirmed

A new teaser image has just been posted on Oppo’s official Weibo account, and as you can tell, the Find 7 will indeed come in two flavors. Interestingly enough, the company has also revealed that both variants will be unveiled on the same date – March 19. Evidently, we’re expecting the 1080p model to be more affordable than the 1440p version, and Oppo is wondering “which version would you chose“? We’d like an answer to that question as well, so feel free to hit the comment section below.


We should also remind you that based on previous benchmark tests, the Full HD model will feature a Snapdragon 800 MSM8974 quad-core processor clocked at 2266 MHz, whereas the QHD spin-off will pack a more powerful Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC quad-core chip running at a frequency of 2457 MHz. You can check the difference in performance between the two by reading our initial report.

As always, stick around for more.

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