Oppo Find 7 Rumored To Launch At MWC 2014

We’ve been hearing a lot about the Oppo Find 7 for many months now and I’m pretty sure that a lot of people are excited to find out what this device is capable of especially that the Oppo Find 5 was quite a huge success. The latest rumor on surrounding this upcoming flagship model coming from a Chinese tech site is that it will be launched at the MWC 2014.

If the Oppo will be using the MWC 2014 to launch the Find 7 then this does not come at a surprise at all as this is the premier event where most manufacturers announce their products. Almost all of the big name companies will be at this event such as Samsung, Sony, and LG just to name a few and Oppo will be joining in on the action.

Aside from this rumored launch date several new features of the device were also leaked. The device is said to use Mems technology for its 13MP camera. This is a new type of technology that allows cameras to focus faster. Instead of the usual voice coil motor (VCM) focusing system found in most smartphone cameras this technology uses electrostatic force to move the lenses which makes for a quicker response time. The camera will also have software features similar to that of the Oppo N1 and will have a Lightfield effect which is found in the Meizu MX3.

The device is said to cost around 3598 Yuan or $599 which is a bit pricey but places it in the same range as the Vivo Xplay 3S.

Other specifications that have been released surrounding this device are as follows

  • It is going to have a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440 “Super Screen 2.0” with a pixel density of 538ppi made by JDI (Japan Display Inc.)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection is used for the display
  • It sports a Snapdragon 800 (MSM8974AB) quad-core processor with a clock speed of 2.3GHz
  • 3GB of RAM and 16GB of onboard memory which can be expanded via the microSD slot
  • 4G LTE support
  • 5MP front facing camera

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