Last week we wrote about the Oppo Find 7 and the “Find 7 are coming” tagline to its March 19 launch invite – either a reference to there being more than one version of the handset, or one of the worst grammatical errors we've ever seen.
Happily it appears to be the former, which means leaks talking about “just” a 1080p screen resolution doesn't mean a QHD (2560 x 1440) version is ruled out.
That's because both variants have been spotted together in AnTuTu benchmark testing, with the results having been made public.
You can check out the full specifics for yourself over on the Chinese AnTuTu site, but the gist of it is as follows: one version of the Find 7 will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.26GHz and will boast a 5.5in full HD display.
But it's the other version that's the real conversation piece. It does indeed come with a 5.5in QHD display – 2560 x 1440 in pixel dimensions – and while it also uses a Snapdragon 800 chip, it's the newer MSM8974AC version clocked at 2.45GHz.
In terms of performance, the lesser 1080p model edges it, which is no surprise considering how many more pixels the QHD model has to work with.
That aside, the two appear to be identical: 3GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, 13MP/5MP cameras and – on the benchmarked handsets anyway – just Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, though that will hopefully have changed by the time the Find 7 is announced.
And if you want to know what the Oppo Find 7 looks like – from the back, anyway – French site NoWhereElse has you covered. Because everyone loves purple.
Via Unwired View