Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a cameras get taken out for an Ultra HD showcase

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On the camera side of things, the Oppo Find 7 and Find 7a are exactly the same. So the video put together by YouTube user Danny Winget is representative of both devices. While the cameras have 13MP, video recording can be done in Ultra High Definition (UHD) thanks to some Sony components.

The results of UHD video recording are quite stunning and you can watch Winget’s video after the break. » Read the rest

Oppo Find 7a now available for preorder, includes extra battery, flip cover, and SD card with purchase

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Oppo has put their latest Find 7a up for preorder at a pretty reasonable $499. The device features a 5.5-inch full HD screen, a Snapdragon 801 CPU, 2 GB of RAM, and a 13 megapixel camera. It’s currently one of the cheapest options for a Snapdragon 801 powered device, not counting carrier subsidies.

Oppo is also tossing in a handful of extras for purchasing a device, including a navy blue flip cover, a 32 GB microSD card, and a spare 2,800 mAh battery. Those accessories would very like cost over $100 if you bought them separately, if not more, so that’s not a bad deal at all. » Read the rest

International version of the Oppo Find 7a up for pre-order April 7

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Starting Monday, April 7, folks will be able to pre-order the international version of the Oppo Find 7a. The smartphone, a device that’s a bit more modestly specced than its cousin, is said to have a 5.5 inch 1080 by 1920 screen resolutions at 403 ppi. It will be powered by a quad-core 2.3 GHz Snapdragon 801, come with 2 GB of RAM, and will have a 2,800 mAh battery.

Oppo hasn’t mentioned anything regarding a price but stated that during the pre-order period it will be running a special promotion. Oppo will also be revealing three surprises starting tomorrow (March 29). Those surprises, related to the pre-order promotion, will be available until the first batch of Find 7a devices are sold out. The company will announce these surprises on both its Facebook and Google+ profiles.

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Camera Samples of the upcoming Oppo Find 7 leaks

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Oppo has generated a lot of attention with its new flagship capable of taking 50 MP pictures. In fact, the smartphone doesn’t have a 50 MP camera, the Find 7 is fitted with a 13 MP camera sensor but because of the super zoom feature, the company has said that it is capable of taking 50 MP pictures by capturing up to 10 pictures and stitching them together in order to produce a 50 MP image.

A new set of camera samples of Oppo’s upcoming flagship, the Find 7, have been leaked boasting the 50 MP super zoom feature. The images look quite promising with a decent color and contrast both in outdoor pictures as well as indoor, but there’s no image of a low light environment.

As for the specs, the Oppo Find 7 rocks a a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5 GHz processor, 3GB of RAM, 13 MP rear camera with dual-LED flash, 5MP front facing camera and runs on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

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Oppo Find 7 officially unveiled sporting a 50MP camera

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If you ever thought about buying an Oppo phone, but hesitated for whatever reason, that might change with the Oppo Find 7. After several months of leaks, Oppo finally took the wraps off, and although there really isn’t anything that surprised us, it doesn’t take away the fact that this phone is a serious beast.

The heart of this phone is in the camera, which is a whopping 50-megapixels and sports an f/2.0 aperture. 50MP samples are coming in at 8,160 x 6,120 and a size of 10MB. The signal processor, Pure Image 2.0, allows for a Super Zoom feature, which takes 10 burst shots and then automatically picks the best four shots to combine into a 50MP still. You can see a couple of really nice sample images thanks to Engadget.

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Oppo preparing a 5-inch mini version of Oppo N1

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The Oppo N1 was announced about 6 months ago and was released the next month, in October. While it isn’t the most powerful device on the market, it certainly has a lot to offer, including the swivel 13MP camera, the O-click accessory, and so on. Well now it seems that Oppo is preparing to release a mini version of the device with a similar design.

The device will be called the Oppo N1 Mini, and will offer a 5″ display, and will also likely have an octa-core processor. It’s also rumored that the device will be available in both LTE and non-LTE versions, and that it will launch in either May or June. We may even see an announcement in the next couple weeks.

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Oppo Find 7 photos leak days before announcement, shows device and retail packaging

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With just a few days left to the official announcement of the Oppo Find 7, a new set of leaked photos of the device along with the retail boxing surfaced on the web today, thanks to folks over at chinese website, IT168.

The device looks pretty large and similar to the Find 5 except that it rocks a rounded edge, but what’s more important is the hardware fixed into this beast. The device is said to come in two variants, both featuring a 5.5- inch screen but with different specs. There is one variant that is rumored to come with a 1920×1080 resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 and 2 GB of RAM. Another variant is said to sport a 2560×1440 resolution display,  Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, and 3 GB of RAM. In addition, past rumors suggests that the rear camera will be 50 MP’s which is unbelievable, but who knows.

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Check out Oppo’s very cool Find 7 event invitation

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When manufacturers send out invites for their events, they usually consist of an image sent over email. It’s good enough, it gives you the date and little bit about what we might see, but some manufacturers are stepping it up a bit. Last year, Vivo sent out a really cool invitation for the Xplay 3S event, and now Oppo is doing the same for their Find 7 event, which is March 19.

Oppo sent out a box that at first glance, you might think a phone was in it. Instead, it contains a map, QR codes, and a pyramid. Using another phone, the user scans the QR code, and shortly after, the fun begins augmented reality style.

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Oppo Find 7 Specs Confirmed

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oppo-find-7-official-specsOppo’s Find 7 is shaping up to be a real top tier device. With specs that rival the Galaxy S 5, the device could be a real hit in respective markets. As with most OEM’s and their pre-announced handsets, we’re only seeing tid-bits being “leaked.” Today’s leak confirms the Find 7′s specs and debunks the 50MP camera rumor.

So far, we know that there will be two different models of the Find 7. One will sport a 1080p (1080×1920) full HD resolution and the other will have a 1440p (1440×2560) QHD resolution. The full HD version will rock a Snapdragon 800, 2 GB of RAM 5MP front facing camera and will have 16GB of on-board storage. There’s also news regarding the supposed 50MP camera in the back as well.

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More images of Oppo Find 7 leak showing full profile of device

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We’re getting a better look at Oppo’s anticipated Find 7 phone, including the full profile of the device. It looks extremely sleek and slim enough to be an excellent follow-up to the Find 5, although there’s no confirmation in the press render about whether or not the device will actually sport a 50 megapixel camera.

Design aside, the Find 7 will have a 5.5 inch 2k screen, a Snapdragon CPU and a fantastic 4,000 mAh battery on board. We’ll know for certain whether the 50 megapixel camera makes it into the final device when Oppo officially announced it later this month.

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via: Phone Arena