Oppo's Find 7 will actually come in two models, the Find 7a and the premium Find 7, which a premium version.
The Find 7a has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a 2.3GHz Snapdragon 800, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage and a 2800mAh battery. The premium model has a 5.5-inch quad HD (2,560 x 1,440) display, 3GB RAM, a 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801, 32GB internal storage and a larger 3000mAh. Both have Gorilla Glass 3, a microSD slot (expandable up to 128GB), LTE, MaxxAudio plus Dirac HD audio enhancement and VOOC rapid charging promising "zero to 75 percent" in just 30 minutes.
Both devices run on Android 4.3 (with Oppo's Color OS 1.2 user interface) and have 13MP Sony CMOS sensors that can take 50MP shots thanks to Oppo's image signal processor dubbed Pure Image 2.0. The device takes 10 quick shots, picks the best four, and combines them into a 50MP shot (8,160 x 6,120).
Finally, the phone has 4K video recording at 30fps, slow motion video at 100 fps, 32 second long exposure, HDR-capable GIF creation and some of those features can even be used with the powerful front-facing 5MP f/2.0 camera. On the design end, the phone has a full "titanium-aluminum alloy frame crafted with nano-injection molding" and five layers of thermal coating to dissipate all heat. The phone also has a "pulsing skyline" notification light (pictured below).
To summarize, the phone has an out of control spec sheet and excellent design. The phone can also use CyanogenMod if you don't want to use the company's user interface. The 1080p model sells for $499 and the premium model sells for $599.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 31 Mar 2014 17:49