Oppo Find 7's QHD (1440x2560) display panel and metal frame leak out

Oppo Find 7's QHD (1440x2560) display panel and metal frame leak out
Thanks to the excellent Oppo Find 5, future Oppo products are often spared from any doubts regarding quality, despite the company's Chinese roots. Not at all incidentally, that's also the reason for the upcoming Find 7's sway over us. Well, that and the fact that the phone is actually shaping up to be quite the hardware powerhouse, with a QHD (1440x2560) already confirmed by Oppo itself. Snaps of the panel, likely a JD or LG make, have been already leaked out by the resourceful Chinese, or such is the claim.

Now, a display panel on its own hardly provides too much information about the looks of the device, though it is clear that bezels will likely be kept to a minimum. Moreover, it does look as if the Find 7 will be fitted with quite the bulky camera sensor up front, judging by that bigger-than-average hole. That's none too surprising -- high resolution cameras are very common in China.

On a different, albeit related note, just before 2013 was out, another leaker claimed to have gotten his hands on the metal frame of the Find 7. At the time, it looked to mean nothing, but we've got to admit that the display panel from today appears to be a perfect fit with the frame itself, so we may actually be looking at the real deal.

The rest of the rumored specs include a Snapdragon 800 or 805, depending on the release window, 3GB of RAM, a 13MP shooter and a giant 4000mAh cell. Whether Oppo will actually manage to pull such a hardware feat, however, remains to be seen.


source: Weibo [1], [2] via GizChina

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