Oppo Find 9 already in carrier testing, coming soon with Snapdragon 810 on board?

Oppo is set to soon release the follow-up to the Oppo Find 7, and according to a screenshot from Chinese carrier Guangzhou Mobile, this model will be known as the Oppo Find 9. The screenshot shows the mobile operator promoting its upcoming 4G LTE Cat.9 network, which is currently undergoing testing. With a theoretical maximum speed of 330Mbps, real world testing has resulted in a peak download speed of 292Mbps.

Among the phones mentioned by Guangzhou Mobile as supporting Cat.9 speeds is the Oppo Find 9. If you're looking to find the Find 8, it would appear as though Oppo is skipping the even numbered model.

Based on what we see with the screenshot, the Oppo Find 9 could be powered by the Snapdragon 810 SoC. And with the phone undergoing carrier testing, we could see the Find 9 unveiled a lot more sooner than later. The Oppo Find 7 was one of the first handsets to offer a QHD panel and the 538ppi pixel density it featured was truly outrageous at the time (still is, to be honest). Besides the Snapdragon 810, a previous rumor suggested that the Find 9 will come with 4GB of RAM inside. The phone's front panel also was the subject of a leak back in January.

source: anzuho (translated) via GforGames

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