The Oppo Find 5 was a huge success for the upstart Chinese company, who until the Find 5 had no name in the Western world and little recognition in the home country.
Since the push to Europe and even getting into some hands of Android power user hands in the US, Oppo has been more reported on and the new Oppo N1 is getting a lot of media attention, along with Oppo constantly teasing the new device.
Oppo’s Google+ page has confirmed the Oppo N1 will be coming sometime this year, we believe it will be launched on September 23 in China for a release sometime in October, alongside Oppo’s new replaceable lens.
According to the Google+ announcement, the Oppo Find 7 will also be coming sometime late 2014. This is a little later than we expected for the new flagship, but it may be due to Oppo still being a small company, not capable of launching two devices at the same time.
The Find 7, from early reports, will be Oppo’s big move into Europe and it may end up on one or two carriers in the US. The company will keep the same design atheistic from the Find 5, which is really impressive and add a new UI and some beefed up internals.
This is the end of 2014 we are talking about though, so by the time Oppo gets round to launching the Find 7, octo-cores and 1080p displays may be on mid-range devices and come at a minimal cost.