1920 x 1080 Oppo Find 7 X9007 spotted in GFX Bench

From Oppo’s own teasers we know the new flagship Oppo Find 7 will have a 2560 x 1440 display, but these test results on GFX Bench for the Oppo Find 7 X9007 tell a different story.

Taking a look at the details we can see that the Oppo Find 7 X9007 which performed in these tests has a Qualcomm Processor and AMD GPU, hardly surprising. But what really is shocking is the screen resolution of just 1920 x 1080 rather than 2560 x 1440.

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So could Oppo be planning to launch the Find 7 with both screen options? One as a direct replacement for the ageing Oppo Find 5 and the 2K QHD model to take up the position of top dog? As you would expect Oppo haven’t made a comment yet, so it looks like we will have to wait for more leaks to provide the clues ahead of the March 19th launch.

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  1. Xiaolu
    February 11, 2014

    Sorry Andi, do you know what does it mean this: “android.os.Build.HOST → ubuntu”?

    Thanks! I guess is something related with the computer where the data where obtained, but I’m far from being an expert.

    P. S. Yes, Ubuntu Touch on Oppo Find 7 would be great!

    • Fenix2412
      February 12, 2014

      That means that the OS were build on PC with Ubuntu Linux on it.

      • Xiaolu
        February 12, 2014

        Thx! It makes sense 🙂

  2. Airyl
    February 12, 2014

    Could be a prototype device.

  3. reverse9
    February 12, 2014

    Well, if you look at the launch event announcement; OPPO says ‘They are coming’: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=372323639574679&set=a.184452371695141.46105.180203662120012&type=1&theater

    So, i think there will be indeed two versions of the find 7, a 1080p and a 2k version

  4. February 12, 2014

    At least it’s a snap 800 not 600. Two screen sizes and more importantly price points would make a lot of sense.

  5. Alan
    February 15, 2014

    what if they did not have the screens available yet for testing…. when was the test made ?