Oppo Find 7 confirmed to come with 2K (QHD, 2560x1440p) display, won't feature a 5.7-inch or a 7-inch screen
While the Oppo N1 is the world's first smartphone with rotating camera and last year announced Oppo Find 5 debuted as world's first full HD smartphone, Oppo is back with a new smartphone, which could be the first smartphone in the world to feature whooping 2K display. The 2K resolution is probably QHD – not qHD, its QHD or say Quad HD (i.e., 4x720p, 2560 x 1440p).
Carl Pei, International Markets Manager at Oppo announced publicly that the Find 7's screen will not be either of these sizes."Rest assured guys, the Find 7 will not have a 5.7" or 7" display."
The company is yet to announce the Find 7, and as per previous rumours Oppo Find 7 would come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB RAM, 13MP rear camera and 5MP front facing camera.
Similar to Oppo N1, the Find 7 is also rumoured to come in CyanogenMod version. The battery life of Find 7 is yet a mystery, but previous reports points towards 4,000 mAh of juice.
Via - GSMArena