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Oppo Find 7 (FHD) Specs Officially Confirmed

As the official unveiling of the Oppo Find 7 draws near (March 19) we are getting more information regarding this model. Oppo has recently revealed the official hardware specifications of the FHD version of the device. It’s hard to ignore a device such as this since it is expected to compete with the Samsung Galaxy

Oppo Find 7 spotted on GFXBench with 1080p display and Oppo ColorOS

The Oppo Find 7 smartphone is rumored to break cover on March 19. But in the meantime, we’ve had several reports shed light on the alleged hardware specs of the smartphone. Today we’ve got a partial confirmation of the specs sheet coming through courtesy of GFX Benchmarks. According to the GFXBench results page, the smartphone

Oppo Find 7 debut set for March 19, benchmark lists Full HD display, not 2K

Little-known China-based electronics manufacturer Oppo made its first waves in the Android landscape by partnering with CyanogenMod for the swiveling camera-toting N1 handheld, but it became clearer and clearer over the past few months that the 5.9-incher was just the beginning. Oppo’s next step in its quest to world domination? A little big thing called

Oppo Neo is official, sports mid-range specs with $215 price tag

Oppo started teasing a new smartphone, simply called Neo, the other day, and now Oppo Indonesia has made the device official. It’s a phone with mid-range specs that you’d expect to get for $215 – it’s got a 4.5-inch IPS display with a rather low resolution of 854×480 pixels, though Oppo makes up for the low

Purported Oppo Find 7 display panel and metal frame photos leaked

It was only a little over a year ago that Oppo came into the spotlight in the international market, and the company’s upcoming flagship, the Find 7, has managed to become one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2014. Oppo recently confirmed that the Find 7 would have a 5.5-inch display with a QHD 2K (2560×1440)

Oppo Releases CyanogenMod ROM For The Oppo N1

There are two versions of the Oppo N1. The first is running on Color OS, the company’s own customized version of Android, and the second is a limited edition device running on CyanogenMod. Those who bought the regular edition of the device will be pleased to know that the company has released a CyanogenMod ROM

Oppo N1 Pepsi Edition Unveiled

Oppo has partnered with Pepsi to bring a limited edition device that may sound weird for some. Images of the Oppo N1 Pepsi Edition have just been spotted online. It’s basically the same Oppo N1 that we know but with an added Pepsi theme.  The device comes in a Pepsi colored packaging and even its

Oppo Find 7 Confirmed To Have 5.5-Inch Display, 2K Resolution

We’ve been getting bits and pieces of information about the upcoming Oppo Find 7 ever since Oppo confirmed the existence of the device 6 months ago. Today, the company has made some new announcements through its social media pages regarding some additional features of the device. What we know previously is that it will be

Oppo N1 CyanogenMod Edition now available for $599

It’s the day the CyanogenMod team has worked tirelessly to see, and it’s finally here: the CyanogenMod (CM) Edition Oppo N1 is now available for purchase in the US. The CyanogenMod Edition, which will be shipped in limited quantities and runs on CM 10.2 out of the box (with all the Google apps), can be

Oppo R1 Gets Official, Costs CNY2498 ($410)

After weeks of rumors and speculation Oppo has finally officially announced and released the Oppo R1. Despite not having high-end specs it has one feature that stands out and that is its ability to take great photos. Its 8MP rear camera has a wide aperture of F2.0 allowing great shots to be taken even in

Oppo N1 Becomes First Google CTS-Certified CyanogenMod Phone

The CyanogenMod team announced Thursday that the Oppo N1 has just become the first CyanogenMod smartphone that passed Google’s CTS (compatibility test suite). This means that it can officially run Google apps and gain access to the Play Store without the need to of sideloading. A thank you statement posted at Google groups says that