Oppo Find 7 with Full HD display gets confirmed, specs hit the web

Well known China based smartphone maker, Oppo has already made a revolution in the tech arena with a number of impressive devices. Now, the vendor has confirmed the presence of their next flagship smartphone, Find 7 that has been heavily churned by the rumor mills and there have been successive gossips revealing the possible specifications of the forthcoming phone leaving behind only a few for the final announcement scheduled to happen on March 19 in Beijing

Oppo Find 7 specs

So far, it is known that Oppo will roll out two variants of the Find 7 and now the manufacturer has confirmed the key specifications of the low-end model. The low resolution variant of Oppo Find 7 is claimed to include Snapdragon 800 chipset housing a quad-core Krait processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. Furthermore, the device will pack 16GB of in-built storage and flaunt a 5.5-inch Full HD display with 1920x1080 pixel resolution. 

Interestingly, the firm has confirmed that the Oppo Find 7 low-end model will feature a 5-megapixel front-facer for video chatting sessions, but they have left us guessing about the primary camera sensor. Going back to the existing rumors, there is an anticipation that the phone will come with an enormous 50-megapixel main camera sensor

While the phone maker has kept the whereabouts of the high-end Oppo Find 7 variant tightly wrapped, it is speculated that the phone will arrive with a Quad-HD display with 2560x1440 pixel resolution, Snapdragon 800 processor and 13-megapixel rear camera. 

Meantime, there is yet another interesting information let out by the tech gossipers and it is about the pricing of the low-end Find 7. Well, there is a speculation that the low-standing variant will be priced below $500 (approx. Rs 30,000). 

Besides the difference in the screen options, the Oppo flagship will include a removable battery under its hood. Lately, those at Red Hot, a design website revealed many press images of the Find 7 showing the final design of the handset before its launch.

Post by Abhinaya Prabhu