Quad HD Oppo Find 7 may be priced at under $600

Quad HD Oppo Find 7 may be priced at under $600
As you may have heard, the world’s first smartphone that offers a Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display comes from China, it’s called Vivo Xplay 3S, and is made by BBK Electronics. That’s also the company behind Oppo - which, perhaps not surprisingly, could bring us the second Quad HD smartphone.

Called Find 7, Oppo’s Quad HD handset was teased several times until now. Yesterday, we reported that Oppo would attend MWC 2014 next month, thus it could announce the new smartphone then. Today we have another juicy detail about the upcoming high-end smartphone. According to CNBeta, Oppo might sell the Find 7 for around $595, hence matching the price of Vivo Xplay 3S.

CNBeta also has a couple of photos, but it’s not clear if these show the real Find 7 - they might be just Photoshopped images made by fans.

It’s said that the Quad HD display panel of the Oppo Find 7 is manufactured by Japan Display Inc (JDI). The screen measures 5.5 inches, and will work with gloves, as well as with wet hands. The handset should further feature Color OS (based on Android), a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3GB of RAM, 13MP rear camera (possibly a MEMS multi-focus unit), and a 4,000 battery.

Since Oppo is already selling its N1 CyanogenMod Edition in Europe, perhaps the company will want to launch the Find 7 internationally, too.

According to recent rumors, Samsung might announce its own Quad HD smartphone - the Galaxy S5 - at (or before) MWC 2014. Can Oppo beat the South Korean giant to the punch with the Find 7? We’ll see soon.

source: CNBeta (translated) via Oppo Insider more coverage: MEMS cameras

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