Oppo Find 7 is officially unveiled; 2K display allows for 538ppi pixel density

Oppo Find 7 is officially unveiled; 2K display allows for 538ppi pixel density
The bar has been raised. As expected, Oppo has introduced the Oppo Find 7 with a staggering 538ppi pixel density. That is the result of offering resolution of 1440 x 2560 on a 5.5 inch display (protected by Gorilla Glass 3). Powering the device is a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU along with the Adreno 330 GPU. 3GB of RAM is on board with 32GB of native storage. A 128GB capacity microSD slot is included for those needing more storage.

The 13MP rear camera features a IMX214 Sony Sensor with dual LED flash and an aperture of f/2.0 to help capture shots taken in low lighting. There is support for 4K video capture and playback. Now remember all that talk about a 50MP camera? As it turns out, the rear snapper includes the Pure Image 2.0 featureset that comes with a 50MP Super Zoom software enhancement suite. This allows for ten photos to be consolidated into one 50MP image. The front-facing camera weighs in at 5MP.  For you power users, there is a 3000mAh battery that keeps the lights on. While at first glance that might not sound impressive, consider that the cell charges up from 0% to 75% in just 30 minutes. Android 4.3 is installed out of the box.

Oppo has also introduced the Oppo Find 7a, which is a more affordable variant with a 5.5 inch screen offering 1080 x 1920 resolution for a pixel density of 403ppi. The CPU in this unit is a quad-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800 and there is 2GB of RAM on board. The battery has a slightly lower capacity of 2800mAh.

The Oppo Find 7a will be released on March 20 for 2998 Yuan ($484 USD) while the Oppo Find 7 will be priced at 3998 Yuan ($564 USD). Availability for the Find 7 has not yet been announced. Once you've cleaned up the drool, we invite you to check out some pictures of the unveiling in the slideshow below.

source: Oppo via AndroidAuthority

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