Oppo Find 5 Specifications are now official!

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The official launch of the Oppo Find 5 isn’t far off (December 12th) but we have already received word of the official specification for this much anticipated phone!

We’ve seen plenty of preported leaked photos of the Oppo Find 5, and we’ve heard the rumours regarding the specification, but only today are we finally getting something concrete. Oppo’s U.S website (if that’s what you can call it) has posted an official Oppo Find 5 specification sheet complete with details of carriers the phone will be compatible on!

As we had expected the Oppo Find 5 will come with a 5-inch 1920 x 1080 HD 441ppi display, and will be powered by a quad-core Qualcomm S4 CPU and 2GB RAM. The Find 5 will come with Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 and will be compatible with a number of Chinese and international carriers including T-mobile and AT&T.

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While these specs do give us something to think about, we will still have to wait for the launch this coming Tuesday to discover what rear camera the Find 5 will come with and what other neat features Oppo have managed to cram inside.

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  • Thickness

    Any updated word on the thickness of the release version?

  • njren

    Uh, not just “compatible with a number of Chinese and international carriers including T-mobile and AT&T” but actually going on sale in the USA.

    See the $499 price tag?

  • Thebighunt

    Do we know if it’s a dual sim or not?
    Thanks
    TBH

    • Thit Ek

      It’s single sim.

  • Ahmadcentral

    Phone will go on sale in USA
    Phone is not dual sim

  • tino96

    I logged into my account but apparently I can’t post with it but it’s just in this article.

    Anyway, the price is supposed to be lower in China, how much is 32GB going to be in USA? Will it be possible to order directly from the American website and maybe get it shipped to Europe?
    Does this support SD/MicroSD/whatever memory card expansion as websited suggest?

  • Olivier

    No 4G !!! No SD card !!!

    • tino96

      No I think there will be LTE from what has been said. No clue about the card but I have found some sites saying there was while I found none saying there wasn’t…

      • njren

        I don’t see LTE indicated on that spec page. They do, however, support the most up-to-date HSPA standard over UMTS networks.

        LTE would mean Oppo having to build, test and localize two versions of the Find 5 since LTE is still being rolled out in China. It would make little financial sense for a company of Oppo’s size to make that big of an investment when 3G in China is still far from reaching a plateau in numbers of users. Also the first LTE service in China is actually TD-LTE, a different standard financed by China Mobile…just as they did with their TD-SCDMA 3G network.

        No doubt Oppo will look at an LTE-capable device next if they get positive feedback (and sales) from the Find 5.

        • tino96

          I thought it was going to support both FD-LTE and TD-LTE from what I read. Well that’s what it said…

  • olivier

    All smartphone with quadcore S4 Snapdragon has LTE !!!

    • njren

      Not the one in the Find 5 (and Xiaomi Mi2).

      • tino96

        Well I guess we’ll see on the 12th. It would make sene for them to put LTE they wouldn’t be the first in China so…

  • njren

    Yeah, we’ll see for sure next week. I guess the Find 5’s internals will be something very similar to the Xiaomi Mi2, but that’s just my thinking.

  • Olivier

    All smartphone with NFC has LTE :

    Pantech Vega Racer 2 (Dual Core), R3 (quad core)
    Nexus 4
    HTC Droid DNA
    etc …

    It’s for USA & Canada market !!!

    Xiaomi Mi2 doesn’t support NFC …

    The bad is micro slot SD are missing :(

  • Emanuel

    You can now also registe for notification of when the phone will be available at your country at their website.

    On a side note, APQ8064 supports LTE (has an embedded modem), the manufactor might have not enabled the (no antenna and stuff) but the chip it self has this feature…

    • njren

      Um no, actually it does not have a modem. Download the Qualcomm Snapdragon product matrix and take a look. That doesn’t mean the manufacturer can’t pair it with a Qualcomm radio chip that supports LTE, but the APQ8064 has the flexibility to do as you like.

      • Emanuel

        Oh yes I see, made a mistake with the othe version of the S4 Pro

  • Olivier

    another 5 inch killer ZTE Nubia Z5 !!! It looks elegant :)