Now book your Oppo Find 7 and get it shipped in early July
Oppo Find 7 was announced in March 2014, and it’s been long that users have been waiting for this smartphone. Now the waiting time has come to an end, and the users can start booking Oppo Find 7 directly from their website. It’s a pre-order, and users need to wait to get it delivered. According to their website, they will start shipping from early July.
The price for Oppo Find 7 has been set as 479 euros for the European market, and $599 for the US market. There is an offer going on for the first 1000 customers who order online will get a free iLike Power Bank that has the capacity of 6000 mAh. So, you can save $49, and this is a very useful stuff and can help a lot when you are traveling and the battery is dead.
Oppo Find 7 is a high-end smartphone that has a 5.5 inches QHD IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen with 2560X1440 pixels resolution (538 PPI). This smartphone incorporates a 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage along with a MicroSD card slot that supports up to 128GB.
This smartphone has almost all the connectivity we see in an advanced smartphone, like Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, WiFi Direct, DLNA, 3G and LTE 4G network etc. Corning Gorilla Glass 3 will protect your phone’s display from scratches. The phone has some good sensors as well, like Gravity Sensor, Magnetic Sensor, IR Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor etc.
As far as camera is concerned, it has a 13MP main camera with Sony Exmor RS stacked CMOS sensor with dual LED flash, and a 5MP front camera.
Oppo has used Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 MSM8974AC chipset and Quad-core 2.5 GHz processor along with Android 4.3 operating system and Adreno 330 graphics.
Oppo claims that this smartphone doesn’t take so much time to recharge, as the battery get 75% recharged in 30 mins and only 5 mins recharge can support a 2 hrs of call.
Oppo Find 7 is really advanced in terms of hardware configuration, and it won’t let you down whether you want to watch HD movies or play games on your mobile, even can do multitasking as its 3GB RAM and a Quad-core processor can keep the many apps opened without slowing down the system, but they should have come with the latest version of operating system “Android 4.4” what Oppo failed to do, and I doubt if they will provide the update, because I haven’t find anything about it so far.