The Oppo Find 7 announcement came and went yesterday, and now the first hands-ons are rolling in, previewing the promising handset. The video you see below, handles the Find 7a version of the handset, which is equipped with a 1080p display, and not the Quad HD variation, that will be coming in May or June.
Still, the design of both handsets is the same, so you can get a pretty good overview of what the 5.5" Oppo Find 7 looks and feels like. Oppo's differentiating factor for the flagship, are the 50 MP photos that you are able to produce with the Super Zoom feature of the otherwise 13 MP camera. It takes ten shots in rapid succession, and then the software algorithms merges them for obtaining one very high-res snap, that lets you zoom onto the smallest of details.
There are other unique specs, too, like the Technical GRAMMY Award winning MaxxAudio enhancement suite, which improves the audio's dynamic range, and frequency responsiveness. Oppo sells the puppy below for 2998 Yuan ($484), while the Oppo Find 7 will be priced at 3998 Yuan ($564), when it arrives in about two months from now.