Breaking: Oppo Find 7 specification questions answered


oppo find 7 specifications questions answered

Oppo Find 7 FHD 1080 version specifications leaked by official Government department in China. Get the full Oppo Find 7 specifications here.

Anyone following the news of the Oppo Find 7 should know by now that 2 versions of the phone have been spotted and the FHD 1080 version has just received its network license. Part of the Network License process in China is to have the phone’s details listed and posted publicly, great for us waiting for early specification clues.

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According to the recent listing of the Oppo Find 7, model version X9007 with a FHD 1080 display, the specifications are as follows;

Oppo Find 7 X9007 Specification questions answered

Network

  • What networks will the Oppo Find 7 support? Early leaks tell us the Oppo Find 7 will support GSM, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, and 4G LTE networks TD-LTE and FDD-LTE (band 39 and 40).

Processor and RAM

  • Which processor will the Oppo Find 7 1080 have? According to the network license the FHD 1080 version of the Oppo Find 7 runs a Snapdragon 800 processor running at 2.2Ghz (MSM8974AA).
  • How much RAM does the FHD Oppo Find 7 have? It has 2GB RAM.

Android OS

  • Which version of Android? The Oppo Find 7 X9007 will run Android 4.3 out of the box. CyanogenMod and other ROMs are likely.

Design

  • What are the dimensions of the Oppo Find 7? 152.6 x 75 x 9.2mm
  • How heavy is the Oppo Find 7? 165g.
  • What colours will the Find 7 be offered in? The Oppo Find 7 will come in Black or White.

Camera

What is the main camera on the Oppo Find 7? The X9007 version of the flagship Oppo has a 16 mega-pixel main camera with dual LED flash.

Battery

  • How big is the battery in the Find 7? 2700mAh.
  • Is the battery replaceable? Yes.

Memory

  • Does the Oppo Find 7 have a SD card slot? Yes, according to the official governmental listing, the Find 7 can support a Micro SD card.
  • How much internal memory does the phone have? 32GB internal memory.

Screen

  • What size is the screen on the Oppo Find 7 and what is the resolution? The Find 7 X9007 will have a 5.5-inch display with 1920 x 1080 resolution. There will also be a 2K version.

Oppo Find 7 Specifications

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Oppo Find 7 image gallery

What about the 2K version of the Oppo Find 7

We are still waiting on the Oppo Find 7 with 2560 x 1440 2k Display version to make an appearance. Once specifications are listed we’ll be sure to post them.

What do you think of the Oppo Find 7 specifications? Will this be your next Chinese smartphone?

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24 Comments

  1. amar
    February 21, 2014

    If priced right and released in India, i’m in for it.

  2. Caxxo
    February 21, 2014

    🙁 Android 4.3 ?

    • Kiran Fernandes
      February 25, 2014

      Either there will be a kitkat ota(Over the Air) update when it launches, or it will launch with kitkat out of the box…

      There is a google article that new phones have to come out with kitkat… hope thats true……

      • Caxxo
        February 25, 2014

        ok thanks.

  3. Lz OPPO
    February 21, 2014

    This is only Find 7 FHD , what about Find 7 QHD ?

    • February 21, 2014

      Read the last paragraph

  4. Ray Quest
    February 21, 2014

    excellent
    man will buy it

  5. Ray Quest
    February 21, 2014

    where to buy it

    • February 21, 2014

      It will be available through Oppo Style once launched

      • ECENTRAL^
        February 24, 2014

        When do you expect it to be on the shop? April-May? Dont want to think about June :/

        • February 24, 2014

          Yep, April or May sound about right

  6. Stefan
    February 21, 2014

    Andi, could you please add the official link to the web page of the ministry. Thanks

  7. February 21, 2014

    Uhh a 2.700 Battery that’s a drawback in expectation. Love my find5 but would like to see more sustainable battery in find7.

    • Hoàng Vững
      February 21, 2014

      You can use at least two batteries 😀

  8. February 21, 2014

    Broken promises. This device it’s not only uninteresting, but it damages the companies integrity to promise a 2k device and device a 1080p one instead.

    You asked if this would be my next phone? Absolutely NOT!

    Failed on the screen. Failed on the battery. Failed on the OS. And no mention of WHICH LTE bands, or how many, they will support! Even One Plus had enough sense to announce which LTE bands they are going to include.

    This is a huge disappointment.

    • Cuerex
      February 21, 2014

      is this your first phone you took in option because of rumors?

      because every phone which came in rumors was a huge dissapointment at first glance.. it’s because people hope for too much, you have to lower your standarts^

      i also was hugely dissapointed in the galaxy nexus and nexus 4 on first glance, but on second thought, those devices are stunning for what they are

    • February 21, 2014

      There will be a 2K version also (as mentioned in this article). As Oppo Internailnal have actually confirmed 2K in the past this would lead us to believe that it will be an international model with better 4G LTE support. The battery is replacable which is better than a lot of other flaghip phones, Android 4.3 will be the ColourOS version, Cyanogenmod and all the other 3rd party roms will also be available.

      Will it be my next phone? Nope, although I love the N1, I much designs from other brands at the moment.

      • February 21, 2014

        Andi, I’m not a sure as you are that there will be a 2k version. I know that they’ve said there would be in the past, but this smells more like a mid-stream design change than having 2 confusing versions of a phone with the same name.

        Unlike Samsung, Oppo had never had multiple SKUs for the same product, and I can’t imagine them starting this bad practice now.

        Perhaps you should call your contact at Oppo and officially confirm some of these rumors. The secrets are out already, so they might as well clear up the confusion. Any wild speculation at this point is surely going to be bad for the company, since people will be expecting something (with months of rumors to back it up) and getting a device that is a LOT less.

        Their only way to manage expectations is to provide actual facts.

  9. Cuerex
    February 21, 2014

    i’m just waiting for a high quality render and a marquess brownlee review, then i’m in xD

  10. efea
    February 22, 2014

    damn this thing + cm would be fkin sick

  11. Laperton
    February 22, 2014

    Disappointed. For a phone that is almost 1cm thick it packs a measly 2700mAh battery hardly an upgrade to the Find 5 especially when you consider the increase in screen size!

    What happened to the rumours of it having a beastly 4000mAh battery??

  12. RMH
    February 22, 2014

    And the FDD LTE ?! :/

    • RMH
      February 22, 2014

      I mean, on the images it’s not writen…!

  13. Chrispynutt
    February 23, 2014

    Wow, an Oppo device made for me 😀
    Expandable storage and a replaceable battery and its by Oppo. Happy days.