We know that the Oppo Find 7 is slated to be launched on March 19, but prior to that we’re bound to see a gamut of leaks and rumors regarding the new smartphone. One among those has pointed out that the device may exist in two different forms, bearing dissimilar specifications. Moreover, a leaked image of the handset has also appeared online.
New developments are indicating that the Oppo Find 7 could very well be one of the first smartphones in the world to sport a Quad HD resolution (2560 × 1440) display. AnTuTu benchmark results spotted in the wild have hinted at this possibility, apart from having showcased the other apparent specs of the device.
According to these results, the phone features a 5.5-inch display, but while one grabs a QHD resolution, the other one supports full HD visuals. Another difference between in the two is in the processor department. Despite both the versions having been equipped with quad core Snapdragon 800 chipsets, the one with the QHD display has been clocked at 2.45GHz, while the one on the other variant ticks at 2.26GHz.
Android 4.3 has been revealed to be the Oppo Find 7’s base OS, whereas its other attributes include 3GB worth of RAM, 16GB storage, a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP webcam. The photograph we’ve embedded above is being claimed by NoWhereElse to be of the smartphone in question.
It’s not easy to judge the authenticity of the image right now, but if it’s indeed of the Oppo Find 7, then there are high chances that there will be other colorful shades accompanying this purple model.