We’ve been jawing about the Oppo Find 7 so much of late, that we have to keep reminding ourselves that it’s not actually a real thing yet.
There’s just under two weeks to go till the official Oppo Find 7 launch, and in the meantime, the marketing guys at Red Dot have given us a look at the handset – and a handful of specs to mull over. You’re too kind.
In terms of Oppo Find 7 specs, we’re told to expect a “Snapdragon 800 quad-core processer, 5.5 inch 2560*1440 HD screen and 13 megapixel camera," while the phone "supports TD-LTE 4G network”.
Interestingly, assuming those Oppo Find 7 specs are spot on (and really there’s no reason to question them), that means we won’t see a 50MP rear camera, as rumoured earlier this week.
Of course, there are two versions of the Oppo Find 7, as already confirmed by the Chinese manufacturer, but presumably the 1080p version would have – if anything – a lesser camera, perhaps around 8MP.
Otherwise, the major point to note here is the presence of a crescent-shaped LED notification light at the bottom of the Oppo Find 7.
We’ll get the full story at the Oppo Find 7 launch on March 19.