Oppo will release a successor to its Find 5 smartphone
in mid-September later this year. Despite its name, the upcoming Find 7 won’t have a 7-inch screen but a 5-inch one with full HD resolution, naturally. That said, we’re not sure why the Chinese company hasn’t picked some other name, but what do we know.
Anyway, rest of the Find 7’s specs will be top-notch and include Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 processor, 2GB of RAM and a massive 4,000mAh battery, making sure you have enough juice to get through the day (and then some).
The good news is that Oppo is one of the rare Chinese handset makers (aside from the big two – ZTE and Huawei) which sells its gear in the West. In that sense, we can’t wait to try it out… as well as other smartphones sporting the benchmark-breaking Snapdragon 800… More on this as soon as we get some additional details…
UPDATE: Oppo reached to us to say that they are working on the Find 5 successor but that it won’t be released in mid-September. Here’s what they said: “However, development is still in the early stages and has no finalized designs or specifications. There is also no release date at this time and will unfortunately not be available this September.”
[Via: Unwired View]