You don't hear too much about Chinese smartphone maker Oppo here in the West, and it's a shame too because it seems to come up with some cracking handsets.
Its latest flagship creation is set to be the Oppo Find 7, which we first heard rumours about last month though without the official name or anything more than a couple of basic specs.
The Find 7, as we mentioned last month, will replace the existing Find 5 as Oppo's premier Android device, though we're not sure what the significance of the name is, as we originally thought the Find 5 referred to its 5in screen size yet that's being retained by the Find 7.
As per the rumours it's a Snapdragon 800 chipset doing the heavy lifting inside, and yes that rumour of an 8MP front-facing camera does seem to be true, with a 13MP job round the back.
A fairly generous 32GB of storage is shoehorned in, together with 2GB of RAM and an impressive-sounding 4,000mAh battery.
The Oppo Find 7 is set to go on sale in China in mid-September, and if previous form is anything to go on, we'll get to see it here too at some point, although when exactly is another matter.
Via Unwired View