The Oppo Find 7 smartphone is one of many mysteries. The company has been teasing the phone with dual displays and even a 50MP camera. Today, we can slash off one item from the list, its design. Thanks to a careless or probably impatient few, press images of the upcoming flagship have been posted online.
The design directory, Red Dot, uploaded pictures of the smartphone on its website, but has now pulled the page. Apart from this, they also goofed up by throwing in a brief description about the Oppo Find 7 and its main features. Various specifications such as a quad core Snapdragon 800 processor, a 5.5-inch 2560 x 1440p screen, a 13MP camera and support for TD-LTE 4G network have been disclosed.
Additionally, the page also highlights the main design characteristics. If this information is authentic, the Oppo Find 7 will have a metal frame crescent-shaped notification light just below the screen. And when the screen is off, the display, the glass and the bezel will look like one entire piece. In other news, Oppo has taken to Twitter to confirm that there will be two models of the smartphone at launch, one 1080p and the other 2K.
— OPPO (@oppo) March 4, 2014
One of the biggest mysteries is, however, still unsolved and mind-boggling. Many more 50MP images which are said to be from the Oppo Find 7 have surfaced online. Based on the image above, it would be quite a tough task to implement a 50MP lens in such a slim form factor, unless the company plans to offer an external add-on like Sony’s attachable Lens-style camera.
The Oppo Find 7 will go official on March 19. You can take a quick look at the specs from here and view the entire gallery of 50MP images on goNews (source in Vietnamese). Do note that the images are around 10MB in size, so they’ll take quite a bit of time to load.