FHD version of the upcoming Oppo Find 7 flagship gets certified, device pictures in tow
Oppo, a premium Chinese manufacturer, has won itself a place on our radars ever since it launched the excellent Oppo Find 5 -- one of the very first smartphones with a 1080p display. The sequel to the Find 5, the Find 7, has been confirmed for a March 19th launch, and is once again bent on providing consumers with a 'wow' factor -- a Quad HD, 2560x1440 pixel resolution display.
Of course, this new tech is, for all intents and purposes, still an uncharted land, and there's no telling how well it's going to work out in practice. Concerns ranging from yields, through price, and down to battery life are predominant, and that's more than justification enough for Oppo to consider outing two versions of the Find 7 -- a 1080p one, and a more premium model with a QHD display. And that's exactly what Oppo is doing. Unfortunately, so far it looks like the latter, fancier version will come later, as the FHD model (X9007) has already been spotted on GFXBench and has just recently passed Tenaa certification (China's FCC equivalent). The 5.5-inch device is not going to be a complete departure from its predecessor, but while it looks somewhat similar, there's definitely a change, especially if you consider the wedge at the bottom part of the device. The Find 7 does appear to sport a dual-LED flash module, and we're likely looking at a typical polycarbonate shell.
Take a look.