Oppo has been one of those players in the personal technology space who actually come up with with something unique in all their major product announcement. In the world of faux plastics and same brick designs, Oppo is a breath of fresh air. The Chinese player came up with a rotatable Camera in their N1 which was a really interesting new design. The same can be said for the Oppo Find 7, the newest device to come out of the innovation centric labs of Oppo.
The Find 7 is one of the very first smartphone to bring a Quad HD display on market shelves. There is also a very neat looking LED strip at the bottom of the device for your notifications alert. Although we have seen some of the Sony devices bring this LED strip, the implementation done by Oppo looks slightly neater. The device also features a 13 MP Sony IMX214 CMOS Sensor at the back of the device which is capable of stitching together 10 images to produce an image of 50 MP which is another first in the smartphone world. Oppo has named this feature Super Zoom. The camera is also capable of shooting videos in 4K and a 120 FPS Slo Mo in 720 P.
The display size, measured diagonally is 5.5 inches, giving the Quad HD device a PPI of 538. There is also a 1080 P variant of the device that can be picked. While the Quad HD version of the phone is packed with a Snapdragon 801 SoC with 2.5 GHz Quad Core CPU, 3 GB of RAM and a 16 GB ROM which is expandable with Micro SD card, the 1080 P version of the device is rocking a Snapdragon 800 SoC with 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal storage. Both the phones come with Oppo’s custom Color OS which is running on top of Android 4.4 Kitkat. Another unique feature of the device is Rapid Charging which propels the battery from dead to 75% in about 30%. The dimensions of both the devices are: 152.6 x 75 x 9.2 mm. The Quad HD variant of the Oppo Find 7 has been priced at 3,498 CNY, which roughly equals 565 USD, while the fullHD version will set you back by a 2998 CNY, or about 480 USD. There is obviously no word on the Indian pricing or release date, but if you do your conversions, the Quad HD variant is about Rs 34,000 while the 1080 P version is for Rs 29,000 which is very tempting.