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Oppo Find 7 officially unveiled with 2K display

Sam Loveridge


Oppo Find 7
Oppo Find 7

The Oppo Find 7 has been officially unveiled as the first smartphone to offer a QHD 2K resolution.

Ealrier this month the LG G3 was rumoured to pack a 2K resolution screen, but the Oppo Find 7 has beaten it to launch.

Oppo’s latest smartphone features a 5.5-inch QHD 2560 x 1440p resolution display with an impressive image density of 538ppi, the best screen ever seen on a smartphone.

It is powered by a 2.5Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor with 3GB of RAM, along with the Adreno 330 GPU.

The standard option comes with 32GB of internal storage, bolstered by a microSD slot supporting cards up to the maximum 128GB.

In the rear is a 13-megapixel camera with an IMX214 Sony sensor and dual LED flash. It has an aperture of f/2.0 and is capable of recording 4K resolution video footage.

Originally, rumours suggested the Find 7 could take 50-megapixel photographs. It is capable of such a feat, thanks to the Pure Image 2.0 technology that features 50-megapixel Super Zoom software that combines 10 photos into one 50-megapixel snap.

The front-facing camera has a 5-megapixel resolution, which is nothing to shake a stick at.

Overall, the Oppo Find 7 is powered by a 3000mAh battery and Oppo claims it can go from 0 per cent to 75 per cent charge in 30 minutes.

It runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean out of the box rather than Android 4.4 KitKat, which is one of the only areas Oppo isn’t featuring the latest mobile tech.

Full worldwide availability for the Find 7 hasn’t yet been announced, but it will be released in China on March 20 with a retail price of 3998 Yuan (£388).

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Via: GSMArena

Alan Brannigan

March 27, 2014, 3:51 pm

I don't mean to offend you Sam but I hope you read my comment. Overall the information in this post is not too bad but there a glaring mistake which needs to be rectified. The first sentence after the image says "The Oppo Find 7 has been officially unveiled as the first smartphone to offer a QHD 2K resolution." I'm sorry to inform you Sam but that statement is completely false. If you really were interested in mobile technology and did your research, you would know that the Vivo XPlay 3S was the first phone with a QHD 2K display. You would also know it was rocking some pretty cool hardware when it was released way back in December last year. The main issue I had with the Xplay 3S, was that it was lacking SD card expansion which for me is essential and had relatively small built in storage. On that note, I personally don't understand why manufacturers are still putting quite low storage capacities in new devices, when flash memory itself is pretty cheap. Surely with new devices offering things like 4K video recording, 128GB or more of onboard storage and SD expansion is not too much to ask. This really wouldn't make much difference to the actual cost of manufacturing the device. It's also about time that the manufacturers, stop ripping people off on the price difference between different capacity versions of the same device. Apple and samsung are prime examples of this. Anyway, I hope you will edit this post Sam because I don't like it when websites like Trusted Reviews, (which people rely on for accurate details on products,) post completely false information which can confuse consumers. I can accept speculation about products that have not been released yet but once something has been confirmed or is available, is it really so hard to post the correct information? The Vivo Xplay 3S was hardly a secret and is infact well known in tech circles because it actually WAS the first phone with a QHD 2K display.

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