The CyanogenMod team is rolling out a new version of CyanogenMod 11 in the form of the M8 build, with support for new devices including the Sony Xperia Z2, Xiaomi Mi2, Oppo Find 7a and 7s, and the OnePlus One. At the moment, the build can be downloaded for the Galaxy S Relay 4G, Samsung
Oppo Find 7a
Chinese company Oppo launched two new smartphones last month called the Oppo Find 7 and the Oppo Find 7a. While both devices are already available in China those in international markets had to wait until the middle of April for the Find 7a to become available. The expected time period has already passed with no
Oppo launched two versions of its latest flagship smartphone, and now, the Chinese manufacturer is taking international pre-orders for the lesser version, the Oppo 7a. The phone is now available for pre-ordering from Oppo’s website, and is priced at $499 (€399 in Europe). Oppo is also throwing in some free goodies, including a free Easy-Cover in
Can’t wait to get your hands on that new Oppo Find 7 smartphone? While Chinese consumers can easily get this device over at their local Oppo store those living outside of China don’t have this luxury. The good news though is that international pre-orders for the Oppo Find 7a will start this coming April 7.