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

Oppo Find 9 is being tested by China's Guangzhou Mobile

Oppo Find 9 is being tested by China's Guangzhou Mobile

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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15 Comments

1. yoosufmuneer

Posts: 1518; Member since: Feb 14, 2015

Why can't they go with SD 805/808? SD 810 is a total failure

9. FoneAddict

Posts: 263; Member since: Jul 05, 2011

SD810 is an absolute disaster and simply not fit for purpose and should be scrapped asap.

10. waddup121 unregistered

go with S805 i agree

11. marorun

Posts: 5029; Member since: Mar 30, 2015

You guys dont seem to understand. With the exeption of the Sony Z3+ and Z4 thats really overheat no other SD810 handset overheat. We had 0 M9 return nor LG G flex 2 ( beside oneG flex thats came with a cracked screen out of the box ) and we sell more M9 than S6 because i actively show the problem the S6 has. Only bad side of the M9 is its get warm when playing games because Aluminium is good to spread the heat on all the phone surface ( but its dont even get as hot as my sony Z1 or a S6 when gaming the S6 back near the top get pretty hot much more than the M9 ) But its okay continue to drink the propaganda coolaid. If Phone maker continue to get the SD810 there is a reason or they would go for te 808 or 805 as its a cheaper alternative in cost as well. So think for yourself instead of following what PA say.

14. Simona unregistered

another burning fail thee smartphone manufs are so stupid ONLY at Huawei are smart

2. T-rex unregistered

Look! I have a dragon in my phone

15. Simona unregistered

yeah that dragon snapped it properly AGAIN

3. fonelover

Posts: 255; Member since: Mar 19, 2015

The document is showing SD820, why PA is telling sd810?

7. AndreaWijayanti

Posts: 69; Member since: Mar 03, 2015

The document is showing SD 620,618,425 & 415 too

4. Chuck007

Posts: 1410; Member since: Mar 02, 2014

Why do OEMs keep on picking this dud SOC?

12. marorun

Posts: 5029; Member since: Mar 30, 2015

Because its the best power/value ratio on the market and because they dont listen to propaganda.

5. Kruze

Posts: 1285; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

The document is showing Snapdragon 820, PA!

13. tango_charlie

Posts: 347; Member since: Nov 16, 2011

I was also wondering about that. The document seems to list more than just one device. Someone with chinese skills around?!

6. Ghost04

Posts: 516; Member since: May 03, 2014

A dragon always breaths fire . So, it suppose to get hot .

8. My1cent

Posts: 370; Member since: Jan 30, 2014

Don't see Cat. 9 in this picture? only Cat. 4, 6, 7, 10! 0.o'

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