Oppo Find 7 to be launched in September?

Oppo Find 7 to be launched in September?

Oppo has created a set of beautiful Android handsets in the past, for instance the Oppo Finder and the Oppo Find 5. Arguably, the Oppo Find 5 has hardware specs we might expect to see on flagship devices from Samsung or HTC, but at lower costs. Oppo may continue that trend with the successor to the Find 5,the Oppo Find 7, later this fall.

No, no, it’s not a 7-inch Android phone, despite what the name might have you believe. Instead we will see a 5-inch 1080p Full HD on it with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset. It also features  a 13 MP rear camera with an 8 MP front camera, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, NFC support, and with a huge 4,000 mAh battery. Coule the Oppo Find 7 stand out in the smartphone crowd? On paper, yes.

Word on the street that it will be launched in September; we are also hoping that it will hit US shores as well.

Are there any Oppo fans out there? Share your thoughts about the Oppo Find 7 in the comment box below.

Source: MyDriver via UV

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