The Oppo Find 5, besides the cool sounding name, is full of high-end features, and is perhaps the best Chinese-designed Android phone at the moment. With a 5" Full HD screen, quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro, and a 13 MP camera with Exmor RS sensor, the Find 5 gives any Android out there, even the Droid DNA, a run for their money.
It's all in the package, though, or how these high-end specs are put together, so before we run the phone thoroughly through its paces, we can't vouch for its merits just on paper, although with Android these days you can have a pretty good idea how a phone will perform by just looking at the specs.
What we are most curious about, is the performance of the 13 MP rear camera, which, judging from the fact that Oppo lists it with hardware HDR support, including HDR video, and 120 fps recording, is none other than Sony's new Exmor RS sensor, which promises a tiny module with great low-light capabilities.
Have a look at the current hands-on videos plus comparison shots collection in the slideshow below, and the few sample images, which indeed show a pretty decent shooter, though we are waiting with bated breath on the HDR video samples outside of Oppo's promo vids.