But while Oppo did confirm on Thursday that the Find 7 is under development, the above specs are merely speculation. In fact, in a statement, the manufacturer says that no specs or designs have been finalized. Oppo did make a point of saying that the Oppo Find 7 will not be available by September as rumored.
And remember the rumored Oppo Find 5 mini that we told you about earlier this month? You can scratch it off the list. Oppo says that there will be no Find 5 mini, leaving that niche of the market to Samsung and HTC. The statement from the manufacturer said, "One article mentioned the possible release of a Find 5 Mini. Unfortunately, there are no plans to release any Find 5 Minis."
One thing that Oppo is gauging is the demand of a possible "Google Edition" Oppo Find 5. On its Google+ page, the manufacturer is asking if it should release a stock Android version of it's high-end smartphone. Similar "Google Edition" models are available for the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the HTC One while one could be coming for the Sony Xperia Z. Besides offering a stock Android experience, these handsets receive Android OS updates directly from Google. That means that these models should receive the latest Android builds faster than other phones.
source: GSMArena via AndroidAuthority