Oppo racing to introduce first 2K smartphone with Find 7

Oppo racing to introduce first 2K smartphone with Find 7

Remember how this time last year we were being introduced to the world’s first 1080p HD smartphone displays? Do you recall who was first out of the gate with something in that 1920×1080 pixel resolution? Yes, it was Oppo.

The next generation of smartphone displays looks to double down in early 2014 with 2450×1440 pixel resolutions. Leading that charge once again is Oppo, who expects that their Find 7 will be first to market.

Other specifications for this device are rumored to include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB RAM, and a 4,000mAh battery. While it does sound pretty outlandish and a little too good to be true, we’re not ready to outright dismiss the chatter.

The annual Consumer Electronics Show is coming up in a few weeks where we expect to learn more about the Oppo Find 7. For what it’s worth, we could actually see a slew of models introduced in the first quarter with this screen resolution.

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