Oppo Find 7 Superphone Sports 5.5-Inch 2560X1440 Display, 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801, 50MP Camera That Shoots 4K

You may want to hide your so-called "smartphone" before reading any further -- we don't want any hurt feelings. As big and bad as your current handset might be, odds are high that Oppo's new Find 7 trumps its. Heck, it even has some low-end PCs feeling bad about themselves. Enough of that, though, let's go over what exactly makes the Find 7 such a beastly phone, starting with its 5.5-inch display.

Don't worry about pixels being stretched out over all that real estate, Oppo went with a delightful 1440p quad HD In-Plane Switching (IPS) display with a 2560x1440 resolution (that equates to 538 pixels per inch) and 16 million colors. If this belonged to Apple, you'd see the word "Retina" being thrown around all over the place. As it stands, the Find 7's multi-touch capacitive display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3 and supports gloved and wet touch input. Pretty gnarly.

Oppo Find 7

Powering the giant display is a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor (MSM8974AC) with an Adreno 330 GPU. It also has 3GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, 13-megapixel front-facing camera (hang tight, we'll explain the 50-megapixel in the headline in just a moment), 5-megapixel front-facing camera with 80-degree wide angle sensor, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, NFC support, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, 3,000 mAh battery, and ColorOS 1.2.0 based on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

Getting back to the front-facing camera, which uses a Sony sensor with dedicated ISP and dual-mode LED, Oppo says it includes a 50-megapixel software enhancement feature.

"Ensuring crisp images every time, the Oppo Find 7 is equipped with Pure Image 2.0, a hardware and software photography solution. Pure Image on the Oppo Find 7 includes six physical lenses, the latest Sony Stacked CMOS IMX214 sensor and f/2.0 wide aperture. With 4K as well as 1080p video recording at 30 fps and slow motion recording at 120 fps the Find 7 is versatile for all occasions," Oppos says.

Oppo Find 7 Pocket

On the outside, the Find 7 is build around a solid aluminum-titanium alloy frame. It measures 152.6mm by 75mm by 9.2mm and weighs 171 grams.

No word yet on price or release date.
Via:  Oppo
CJJacobs 9 months ago


AndrsCifuentes 9 months ago

I wish they focused more on battery technology instead of moar pixelz. I don't think you'd really need a 1440p screen for anything at that size.

Dwezal 9 months ago

nice but it will depend on which carriers will support it. I know that you can take any phone anywhere but, the carriers (save maybe t-moble) will tell you that they are testing the phone on the network and it has not been approved. Happened with nexus.

JaySleven 9 months ago

I think it pretty bad a**. It's front facing camera has more megapixels than my rear facing camera lol.

rRansom 9 months ago

Typo on "It also has 3GB or RAM, 32GB of internal storage...". Should be "of".

KevinSebo 9 months ago

Well if you read the article youll notice that they are using a quick charge battery plug in for 5 min get 2hr talk time, charge for 30 min get 75%

sevags 9 months ago

Anyone not impressed with this phone doesn't know how to read a spec sheet apparently. Not only is it the highest resolution and PPI smartphone in the world but the cpu/gpu/ram specs are pretty damn high end.

Paul; how come you didn't mention the Find 7 Lite? same form-factor but instead has a 1080p screen and a 2.3ghz quad-core which makes it the most beastly "Lite" version of a phone we have seen.

MichaelAston 8 months ago

I'm pretty high on android, I have never heard of OPPO...but, I now have to have this device..it looks phenomenal...

ThundercatMan 8 months ago

OPPO are from very high end specialist home theatre setups with blu ray being their forte!

Ive owned a BDP 93 for three years and not many players do everything like streaming, using USB or SATA external drive hook ups and then with that source enhance it with the dedicated Video chips, guys and girls you WONT believe your eyes when you see what these players do to normal SD content and then enhance them to near HD they are EPIC!

Phones...meh stick to what you do best OPPO!


JefferyPruett 8 months ago

Aw my old Compaq computer got its feelings hurt after reading the top paragraph lols. Very nice dimensions on this system. hmm im guessing the price would be around 475-600 I could be way off

KoltIrons1 8 months ago

this is insane! we went to the moon with a calculator and now you can carry around a computer in your pocket! shoots 4k? 120 fps? its 3g of ram? this is insane, couldnt find an "OPPO find 7" on amazon but the OPPO find 5 is 450$ so i reckon this pups a bit pricy, but jeebus this thing is a beast

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