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Rumor: Oppo Find 7 to arrive this fall with 4,000 mAh battery

The Oppo Find 7, which is the supposed successor to the Oppo Find 5, is rumored to be arriving around the middle of September.


According to the rumors, the Oppo Find 7 will sport a 5-inch 1080p Full HD touchscreen display. The “7” in the name may be deemed a bit confusing, as it had been previously assumed that the “5” in Oppo Find 5 referred to the size of its display. Likewise, Oppo skipped the number 6 for unknown reasons.

Moving on, the Oppo Find 7 will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU, and sport 32 GB of storage capacity as well as 2 GB of RAM. On its rear would be a 13 MP camera whereas on its front would be an 8 MP snapper. NFC connectivity will furthermore be supported. It appears, however, that the highlight of the Oppo Find 7 is its battery, which will have a capacity of 4,000 mAh. This is the same massive battery found on the Lenovo P780, another 5-inch handset. By comparison, Samsung’s 2013 Android flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4, only comes with a 2600mAh battery. The leaked specifications unfortunately do not specify the number of hours that Oppo estimates its battery will provide users.

The high-capacity battery, however, may cause the device to be a bit thicker than the Oppo Find 5. It is estimated that the unreleased handset would have a measurement of about 9.9 mm. This is likewise the measurement of the Lenovo P780.

The China-based phone maker may decide to sell the Find 7 in the international market, as it did with its predecessor. Undoubtedly, this would be good news for those who find its specifications, particularly its battery, appealing.

Apart from the Oppo Find 7, Oppo is also reportedly preparing to release the Oppo Find 5 Mini, a 3.7-inch smartphone that will come in different color options.

via gsminsider

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