Oppo has been on a roll recently as the company delivered some rather impressive smartphones. Next up is the Find 7, the smartphone whose announcement has been teased (and later on confirmed) for March 19.
The Find 7 saw its fair share of leaks and rumors, especially when it came to its hardware specifications. Initial reports have suggested that the device will pack a 5.5 inch screen with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, but due to one of Oppo’s latest teasers, people have been speculating that the company will actually unveil two Oppo Find 7 models. Well, if you needed further proof, the latest AnTuTu benchmark entries might have what you need. Check back after the break for details.
Oppo Find 7 Specs Revealed for Both models
What you see above, ladies and gents, are two images pulled from AnTuTu, showcasing the hardware features of two different Oppo Find 7 models. “Different how” you ask? If you look close enough, you’ll notice that one model (the X9007) features a screen resolution of 1920 x 1080, whereas the X9077 packs a QHD display (2560 x 1440). More so, the former variant comes with a Snapdragon MSM8974 quad-core processor clocked at 2.26 GHz, whereas the QHD model appears to be powered by the SD 800 MSM8974AC unit – which is the most powerful Snapdragon 800 chip to date.
Other than that, the rest of the hardware specs seem to be identical, including the camera setup, the 3 GB of RAM, 16 GB of ROM and the presence of Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.
If you’re more interested in the difference in performance between the two, then check out the graph below.
Yup, the 1080p model seems to offer slightly better results in synthetic benchmarks, despite the fact that its CPU runs at a lower frequency. That’s most likely due to the fact that the QHD model has to crunch a lot more pixels than the Full HD counterpart. Regardless, we’re fairly sure that in the real world, the discrepancy in performance will not be noticeable.
Quite interesting to see Oppo adopting this strategy, and it reminds us of today’s earlier report surrounding the idea that the Galaxy S5 could also go on sale in Full HD and QHD flavors.