First display comparison between the QHD Oppo Find 7, and the 1080p 7a appears, along with chipset benchmarks
We already got a thorough video preview of the latest Chinese warrior - Oppo Find 7 - as well as the first 50 MP camera samples from its intriguing camera modes. Now, we strike with the first performance benchmarks, and even more interesting - with the first direct comparison of the image presentation differences between the Quad HD, and the 1080p display versions of the phone.
As you can see from the benchmark performances below, the 2.5 GHz Oppo Find 7 has slightly lower scores overall, compared to the 2.3 GHz Find 7a, likely stemming from the fact that it has to push a QHD 1440x2560 pixels display, rather than a 1080p one. The difference in most benchmarks is not significant, though, so the Find 7 is still towards the top performers in the Android world, even with 3.7 million pixels to power, on a 5.5" canvas.
The difference in display imagery, however, seems much larger. In the slideshow below, you can see the Oppo Find 7 on the left, compared with the Find 7a on the right, and an HTC One put for reference on one of the pictures, as one of the best mobile screens at the moment. Thus, the Quad HD 1440x2560 pixels display of the Find 7, is apparently exhibiting colder colors, and the 1080p Find 7a screen is much warmer, while both are somewhat off, compared to the reference display of the HTC One.