Guess Oppo finally found the Find 7 three months after its unveiling.
The Chinese company’s flagship Android smartphone will be available from July, and will be competing against the likes of its fellow 2K-totting LG G3 and the rumoured all-metal Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime.
Like Xiaomi, Oppo is another Chinese manufacturer that has started its expansion plans outside of its home turf. Over the past few months, it has launched new devices such as its more modest Find 7a and announced miniature versions of its flagship models.
Besides using its high resolution 2K 5.5in screen as a hook, the Find 7 is also using its imaging feature as a selling point. Though its camera sensor is pegged at the usual 13MP, it uses an ultra HD multi-shot feature that takes 10 photos and combines them into a massive 50MP image for crazy high details.
Other than that, the Find 7’s specs are the standard fare - 4G/LTE support is a given, along with the Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor, 3GB RAM and a 3000mAh battery.
All of that makes the Find 7 a powerhouse of a device, based purely on the hardware. Which, by the way, are exactly the same hardware you’ll get with the LG G3, though at a lower S$719 compared to S$928 for the souped-up 3GB version of the LG G3.