OPPO Find 7 Officially Announced – 2K Display – 50MP Photos

After the events from yesterday, focus was taken away from OPPO’s big announcement this morning, the Find 7. This new phone is OPPO’s latest flagship and brings an incredible new set of specifications over the previous Find 5 including a Snapdragon 801 processor, removable battery, and the first ever 2K display on a smartphone.

You can check out the specs down below but first let’s talk about some of the features of this device. The Find 7 has a 3,000 mAh battery which might not seem like a lot to power that impressive display, but the battery is complimented with a fast charging technology that OPPO built into the phone. This means that in only 30 min, you can charge 75% of your battery, an industry leading charge time. Another interesting feature is in the camera which can now take 50MP shots by using multiple 13MP pictures. 



The Find 7 comes in two variants, Premium and Lite. The Premium edition packs a Snapdragon 801 processor and the first ever 2K display while the Lite edition goes with a more standard Snapdragon 800 and 1080p display. A full spec list for the premium version follows.

  • 5.5″ 2K 2560×1440 538ppi (Premium)
  • Quad core Snapdragon 801 Processor – 2.5GHz 
  • Adreno 300 GPU
  • 3GM RAM
  • 32GB Storage (microSD card)
  • 3000 mAh Removable Battery
  • 13MP Rear Camera – Dual LED Flash – Sony Exmor Sensor – Capable of 50MP shots
  • 5MP Front Facing Camera – Wide angle lens
  • LTE Connectivity
  • WiFi a/b/g/n/ac
  • Bluetooth 4.0 LE
  • microUSB 2.0
  • GPS, GLONASS
  • Black, White
  • Android 4.3 (Color OS Skin)

After drooling over that impressive spec list, we can look at the price tag. The Find 7 Premium Edition costs $599 and will be available at the end of April. The Lite edition will be priced at $499 and will be available at the beginning of April. Market availability will be announced soon.

The Lite Edition does include the same spec list as the Premium with the downgrades of 2GB of RAM instead of 3, a 1080p display, and a Snapdragon 800 processor. The Lite version is still by no means a low-end phone though as these are almost the same specifications seen in flagships such as the LG G2 and the Samsung Galaxy S5. 

 

Via: Android Authority