Oppo’s factories haven’t really been good with keeping secrets. A few weeks ago, speculation of the Oppo R1C was rife, and the official unit was unveiled just as leaks indicated.
Now, there’s another Oppo mobile device in the production line, according to Chinese website CNMO, which received new information about the Oppo Find 9.
Sources are saying that the unit will be the successor to the Oppo Find 7, the company’s flagship that has specifications similar to the LG G3. And if this device is an upgrade from its predecessor, it’s going to be a power-packed device.
By the looks of it, the handset is going to be a big unit. And considering the fact that the front of the phone on the picture doesn’t seem to have any radical changes in terms of design when compared to the Find 7, it could be 5.5in large.
There isn’t much else we can make out from the leaked image, but other sources have indicated that the purported Oppo Find 9 will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset, in addition to a generous 4GB of RAM.
Besides this, there isn’t any indication of its camera specs, operating system, or even material for its make.
We’re hoping there would be more leaks of the unit in the coming weeks leading up to its launch (if it is the smartphone that’s launching, that is) because when it comes to phones, we need a better indication of what we might see before we set our hearts on it.